Andrea Branzi
Domestic Animals chair
Maker: Galleria Clio Calvi Rudy Volpi
Lacquered wood, and birch
Number one from the edition of eight
19½ w x 19½ d x 32 h in.

Domus article on exhibition featuring the work of Italian designer and architect Andrea Branzi.
This lacquered wood and birch chair was made in collaboration with Galleria Clio Calvi Rudy Volpi. It is signed and numbered [1/8 Andrea Branzi]. Please browse our Andrea Branzi furniture collection for your consideration

This chair is part of the Domestic Animals collection where Andrea Branzi, and his wife Nicoletta, originally created, in 1985,  a new series of design objects that used a completely different language.  I Branzis own words “We had been investigating a new expressiveness of objects—objects that, like animals in the Amazon, were able to attract their partner through color, perfume, and decor….They didn’t try to interest everyone. They were experimental, artisanal prototypes that were destined (as it happened) to collectors and museums.” If you like this chair, you may want to explore our Ettore Sottsass collection.

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