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Lina Bo Bardi Furniture

Brazilian, Italian, 1914-1992

The Italian-born Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi came to imbue the pure and lofty if somewhat bloodless tenets of modern design with the warm and earthy character of her adopted homeland.

Bardi was born in Rome and graduated in 1939 from the Università degli studi di Roma “La Sapienza” with a degree in architecture. She moved to Milan, worked with Gio Ponti, among other modernist luminaries, and began a career in design journalism. Bardi served as an editor for Ponti’s groundbreaking magazine, Domus, and in 1945 traveled for the publication throughout Italy with a photographer, documenting the physical destruction wrought by World War II.

Bardi moved to Brazil in 1947 with her husband, art dealer and critic Pietro Maria Bardi. There Pietro helped establish the São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP) while his wife resumed her work in journalism and soon launched her architectural practice. Her first building project was designing a house for herself and her husband on a hillside in what were then the outskirts of São Paulo.

Built in 1951 and known as Casa de Vidro (or Glass House), it is a glass-walled box set on slim steel columns, inspired equally by the Bauhaus and Le Corbusier. Its interiors, with their mid-century furnishings, folk-art pieces and ethnographic curios, are reminiscent of those of Charles and Ray Eames’ house in California. (Bardi also created the interiors of the original MASP and was a natural choice to design the second museum when the institution had outgrown its first home.)

As a furniture designer, Bardi demonstrated flair from the start. The Bowl chair, designed in 1951 but not manufactured until Italian furniture maker Arper recently issued it, is a marvel of versatility. The seat can be swiveled to satisfy any attitude of repose or dismounted to serve as a rocking baby crib. That same year, she made the throne-like Bola de Latão chair, which in place of arms has stanchions topped by brass balls. Its slung leather seat and backrest have unfinished edges secured with lacing, giving the piece an artisanal, perhaps even sexual, air.

In the late 1950s and early ’60s, Bardi designed cushioned chairs with wooden frames whose softened angularity recalls the work of Pierre Jeanneret and Marcel Breuer’s 1938 furniture designs for Bryn Mawr College. But Bardi’s furniture construction and aesthetic sensibilities evolved in tandem with her populist principles. Her embrace of Brazil’s social mosaic was most fully expressed in her last major project, and her masterpiece: a combined cultural and recreational center in São Paulo known as the SESC Pompéia.

Built in stages between 1977 and ’82, the complex has as its core a renovated drum factory. In it, Bardi — to use architectural parlance — created a nonhierarchical environment, with equal prominence and care given to areas as disparate as theaters, sports facilities and places for old folks to sit and gossip or play chess.

Bardi’s last chairs, designed for the center, are built of solid wood, sturdy and durable with simple and graceful forms. They seem to suggest that the most interesting thing about a piece of furniture should be the person using it.

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Creator: Lina Bo Bardi
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Lina Bo Bardi Pair of Deckchairs
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Little Box for SESC Pompeia by Lina Bo Bardi , 2022, Marcenaria Baraúna
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SESC Pompeia Chair by Lina Bo Bardi , 2022, Marcenaria Baraúna
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Frei Egídio Chair by Lina Bo Bardi , 2022, Marcenaria Baraúna
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Girafa Low Table by Lina Bo Bardi , 2022, Marcenaria Baraúna
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Located in Edogawa-ku Tokyo, JP
Design:Lina Bo Bardi, Marcelo Ferraz, Marcelo Suzuki Material:Tauari This is a low table model of a table designed in 1986 for the Salvador "House of Benin" restaurant in Brazil. Th...
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Girafa Table by Lina Bo Bardi , 2022, Marcenaria Baraúna
By Lina Bo Bardi
Located in Edogawa-ku Tokyo, JP
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MASP 7th April Chair by Lina Bo Bardi, 1947
By Lina Bo Bardi
Located in São Paulo, BR
This exceptional chair bears the hallmark of Lina Bo Bardi's ingenuity, crafted specifically for the MASP's auditorium during its tenure on 7th April street...
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Lina Bo Bardi, One Chair "Frei Egidio" /Edition Marcenaria Barauna
By Lina Bo Bardi
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La chaise Frei Egídio a été développée par Lina Bo Bardi, Marcelo Ferraz et Marcelo Suzuki, pour équiper le théâtre Gregório de Mattos à Salvador. Elle dev...
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Mid-Century Modern Pair of "Girafa" Chairs by Lina Bo Bardi, Brazil, 1986
By Lina Bo Bardi, Baraúna
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Iconic Sesc Pompeia Stool, by Lina Bo Bardi, 1979-1982, Midcentury Brazilian
By Lina Bo Bardi
Located in New York, NY
This iconic stool was designed by Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992) and made especially for Sesc Pompeia, a cultural center in São Paulo, Brazil. It consists of structures that resemble crat...
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Pair of Iconic Glass House Stools, by Lina Bo Bardi, 1951, Midcentury Brazilian
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Lina Bo Bardi Armchair / Authentic Mid-Century Modern
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Located in Zürich, CH
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Lina Bo Bardi Chaise Longues Diva / Authentic Mid-Century Modern
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Armchair by Lina Bo Bardi
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"Masp 7th Abril" Chair, by Lina Bo Bardi, 1947, Mid-Century Brazilian
By Lina Bo Bardi
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Bar M1 by Lina Bo Bardi
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Chairs C10 by Lina Bo Bardi
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table M11 by Lina Bo Bardi (Rare)
By Lina Bo Bardi
Located in Guarulhos, BR
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Rare side table by Lina Bo Bardi and Giancarlo Palanti
By Lina Bo Bardi
Located in London, GB
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SESC Stools by Lina Bo Bardi
By Lina Bo Bardi
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Lina Bo Bardi furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Lina Bo Bardi furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Lina Bo Bardi furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. We have 21 vintage editions of these items in-stock, while there is 2 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of the original furniture by Lina Bo Bardi were created in the mid-century modern style in south america during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Giuseppe Scapinelli, Mòveis Artisticos Z, and Branco & Preto. Prices for Lina Bo Bardi furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,015 and can go as high as $75,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $8,000.

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