Aldo Rossi 'Parigi' Armchair

A leader of the postmodern movement, Italian architect and industrial designer Aldo Rossi (1931–1997) was the first Italian to receive the Pritzker Prize for architecture and gained a reputation for well-constructed furniture with playful designs that are rooted in geometry and embrace the essence of form and color.

One of his best-known designs is the Parigi chair for Unifor, which is celebrated for its striking profile. Its foam seat and back with enameled-steel frames look good from literally every angle, making this chair one of the standouts of 1980s Italian design.


75 w × 97 d × 86 h cm.