Mario Asnago and Claudio Vender
Pair of armchairs
ca. 1934
Fabric, beech
32¼ w x 31⅛ d x 35⅛ h in.
82 w x 79 d x 89.3 h cm

This pair of chairs was made for the Villa Marelli in Cantù, Italy, a villa designed by the Studio Asango-Vender in 1934. The simple lines, shape, and structure of these arm chairs illustrate Asnago-Vender’s minimalist Italian Rationalism.

These armchairs with very simple lines, wide seat, minimalist shape illustrate Asnago-Vender’s minimalist Italian Rationalism.  Mario Asnago and Claudio Vender founded an architectural and design studio in the early 1920s which made significant headway in promoting a very pure rationalist aesthetic.

Literature
Renato Airoldi, Enrico Mantero, et al - Asnago/Vender Architetti 1986, Unpaginated, Como, Italy,
Michele Marelli - I mobili di Asnago e Vender October 2018, no. 58, p. 22, Canturium Magazine

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