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Creator: Poggi
Two-bay 'LB7' bookcase Franco Albini for Poggi 1960s
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Milano, IT
Iconic ceiling bookcase, also usable from the center, model 'LB7', designed by Franco Albini and produced by Poggi from the late 1950s. The bookcase features two bays with solid teak...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Teak

Capable MB84 Wood Chest of Drawers by Roberto Poggi for Poggi, Italy, 1990s
By Poggi
Located in Milan, IT
MB84 chest of drawers by Roberto Poggi for Poggi. Capable walnut piece with four drawers and brass details.
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1990s Italian Poggi Furniture

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Brass

Italian Franco Albini for Poggi Sideboard
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Hudson, NY
An Italian model MB 51 sideboard designed by Franco Albini for Poggi. Made of solid teak with a minimalist design and sharp lines.
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Poggi Furniture

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Teak

Tavolino di servizio 'TN6 Cicognino' Franco Albini per Poggi 1953
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Milano, IT
Iconico tavolino/servomuto modello 'Cicognino' disegnato da Franco Albini e prodotto a partire dagli anni '50 da Poggi. Una delle tre esili gambe si allunga per diventare “manico-bec...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Libreria modello 'LB7' a tre campate Franco Albini per Poggi anni 50
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Milano, IT
Libreria a tre campate modello 'LB7', disegnata da Franco Albini e prodotta da Poggi a partire dalla fine degli anni '50. Montanti in legno massello di teak fissati a pressione tra s...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Golem chairs by Vico Magistretti, set of 6, 1970s
By Vico Magistretti, Poggi
Located in HEVERLEE, BE
Set of 6 dining chairs model 'Golem' designed by Vico Magistretti voor Poggi. The chairs are made of black lacquered wood and upholstered with black skai. Beautiful slim and modern...
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1970s Italian Post-Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Lacquer

Set of Four SD51 "Golem" Chairs by Vico Magistretti for Poggi, Italy, 1960s
By Vico Magistretti, Poggi
Located in Argelato, BO
The Golem chair, with a high backrest in lacquered wood, was born, as Magistretti states, from the desire to pay homage to the designer Mackintosh, after visiting an exhibition on th...
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1960s Italian Post-Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Wood

Pair of High Back Golem Chairs by Vico Magistretti for Poggi, Italy 1969
By Vico Magistretti, Mario Bellini, Poggi, Afra & Tobia Scarpa
Located in Grand Cayman, KY
Pair of stunning high-back SD51 Golem chairs by Vico Magistretti for Poggi, 1969 Italy. This Post Modern chair plays on the Mid-Century Modern aesthetic of Carlo, Afra and Tobia Scar...
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1970s Italian Post-Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Wood, Bentwood, Paint

"Lb7" Bookcase by Franco Albini for Poggi Marked
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Rovereta, SM
library, Franco Ablini for Poggi, Italy, 1950. Elegant Franco Albini library or room divider. Shelves and units can be adjusted or put in different positions. The feet are in lacque...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Set of Four SD51 "Golem" Chairs by Vico Magistretti for Poggi, Italy, 1960s
By Vico Magistretti, Poggi
Located in Lucija, SI
Mid-Century Modern black Lacquered wooden dining chairs Golem by Vico Magistretti, Italy 1969. Nice set of 4 dining chairs „Golem SD51“ designed by Vico Magistretti for Poggi in 1969...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Wood

Carrello bar in legno ''CR20'' di Franco Albini per Poggi, Italia, 1958
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Quarrata, IT
Carrello bar disegnato da Franco Albini per Poggi, struttura in legno. Produzione Poggi, Italia, 1958.
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1950s Italian Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Franco Albini Single Bookcase for Poggi .1960
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Madrid, ES
A Franco Albini rare bookcase , edited by Poggi in the. 60s.It works as a wall unit or room divider.One single column upholds three shelves , one of them capable to rotate. Exce...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Brass

Midcentury Italian table mod. TL 58 by Marco Zanuso for Poggi
By Poggi, Marco Zanuso
Located in Piacenza, Italy
Midcentury table model TL 58 designed by Marco Zanuso for Poggi Italy, 1970 Bibl.: Giuliana Gramigna Repertorio del Design Italiano1950-2000 Allemandi 2011 pag. 224
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Sedie modello ''Golem'' di Vico Magistretti per Poggi, 1960s, set di 6
By Vico Magistretti, Poggi
Located in Quarrata, IT
Sedie di Vico Magistretti prodotte da Poggi, in Italia, negli anni '60. Struttura in legno laccato marrone originale e sedute nuovamente ritappezzate in pelle di camoscio.
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1960s Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Suede, Wood

Franco Albini PL19 or Tre Pezzi Armchair in Red Fabric by Poggi 1970s
By Franco Albini and Franca Helg, Poggi
Located in Montecatini Terme, IT
PL19 or Tre Pezzi armchair with frame in black lacquered tubular steel, seat and back in padded red fabric. Designed by Franco Albini and Franca Helg in 1959 for the Nuove terme Lui...
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Steel

Mid-Century Modern LB7 Bookcase by Franco Albini for Poggi . 1950s
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Madrid, ES
A three modular bookcase designed by Fanco Albini and edited by Poggi in the 50s.It is composed of three modules and 15 shelves.The central module measures 90 cm length and the two l...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

6 High Back Golem Chairs by Vico Magistretti for Poggi, Italy 1969
By Mario Bellini, Poggi, Vico Magistretti, Afra & Tobia Scarpa
Located in Grand Cayman, KY
Set of 6 stunning high-back SD51 Golem chairs by Vico Magistretti for Poggi, 1969 Italy. This Post Modern chair plays on the Mid-Century Modern aesthetic of Carlo, Afra and Tobia Sca...
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1970s Italian Post-Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Wood, Bentwood, Paint

Golem chair by Vico Magistretti for Poggi 60s, 70s 
By Poggi, Vico Magistretti
Located in Padova, IT
Ludovico "Vico" Magistretti (Milan, 6 October 1920 - Milan, 19 September 2006) was one of the most important Italian designers, architect and urban planner. His clean and essential d...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Wood

Franco Albini Rosewood Mid-Century Modern “LB7” Modular Bookcase for Poggi, 1957
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Vicenza, IT
LB7 bookcase, designed by Franco Albini and manufactured by Poggi in 1957. Modular bookstore composed by upholds, containers with flying and doors, shelve. The industrial standard for every product component allows permanent and different solutions, from the bearing structures to the elements. The structure does not need anchorages to the wall and can be placed in the middle of the space. This set is composed of 3 modules, ten shelves, and three containers. It is made of Rosewood, iron, and brass. Excellent vintage condition. Franco Albini was born in Robbiate in 1905, and after his childhood and part of his youth, he moved to Milan. He graduated at Politecnico of Milan, Faculty of Architecture, in 1929, and He collaborated for three years in Giò Ponti and Emilio Lancia’s office. He probably had his international contacts here, at The International Exposition of 1929 in Barcelona and Paris, where he visited le Corbusier’s office, as Franca Helg used to tell. Throughout these first three years, his works were undoubtedly related to XIXth Century. His meeting with Edoardo Persico marks an evident turnover towards rationalism and writers for “Casabella” magazine. Persico’s thoughtful and ironical comments on some of Albini’s drawings for office furniture caused him deep upsetting. “I spent days of real anxiety – tells Albini – I had to answer all questions. I had a long fever”. The new phase that the meeting provoked begins with opening his own first office at Via Panizza with Renato Camus and Giancarlo Palanti. The group of Architects starts taking care of social housing, participating in the competition for the Baracca neighborhood in 1932, and then realizing the Ifacp neighborhood: Fabio Filzi (1936/38), Gabriele D’Annunzio, and Ettore Ponti (1939). During those years, He also worked for his first private villa (Pestarini). It is mainly in the context of exhibitions that the Italian architect experiments the compromise between rigor and poetic fantasy that Pagano was talking about; He conceived all the elements that would become recurrent in all types of his work – Architecture, Interiors, Design. The 1933 opening of the new Triennale of Milano, in Palazzo dell’Arte, becomes an occasion to express the highly innovative character of rationalist thinking. In this place, to experiment with new materials and solutions, but most of all a “method”. Young rationalist architects cultivated the art of exhibiting as a communication lab, an open field to space solutions. Albini, with Giancarlo Palanti, sets the steel structure house (with R. Camus, G. Mazzoleni, G. Minoletti and coordination by G. Pagano) designing also its furniture. For the next Triennale in 1936, marked by Persico’s early death, Franco Albini, together with a group of young architects around Pagano, takes care of the exhibition of Dwelling, where he presented 3 types of lodgings. In the same year, Albini and Romano design the exhibition for Ancient Italian jewelry: vertical uprights, simple linear poles design space. This element is recurring in other works, like the Scipione exhibition (1941), Vanzetti stand (1942), and Olivetti shop in Paris (1956). The architectural space is readable through a grid, introducing a third dimension, the vertical one, with a sense of lightness and transparency. Upright is also used in design objects, such as the Veliero bookcase...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Brass, Iron

Franco Albini Set of Two "Model PL19", Manufactured by Poggi
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Wolfurt, AT
Set of two "Model PL19" chairs, designed by Franco Albini, manufactured by Poggi Pavia, Italy. The chairs have a lacquered metal frame and are upholstered with red velvet. Literat...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

Golem Chairs by Vico Magistretti, Set of 8, 1970s
By Vico Magistretti, Poggi
Located in HEVERLEE, BE
Set of 8 dining chairs model 'Golem' designed by Vico Magistretti voor Poggi. The chairs are made of black lacquered wood and upholstered with black skai. Beautiful slim and modern...
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Wood

Dining Table from Sergio Asti, 1966
By Sergio Asti, Poggi
Located in Berlin, DE
This rare, beautifully crafted dining table made out of solid wood is lacquered black. The round top is made of rosewood veneered.
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Poggi Furniture

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Wood, Rosewood

Franco Albini and Franca Helg four stools for the Marlborough Gallery, Rome 1962
By Poggi, Franco Albini and Franca Helg
Located in Milan, IT
A rare set of four stools by Architects Franco Albini and Franca Helg. Made for the Marlborough Gallery in Rome, Italy, 1962. Expertise by Fondazione Franco Albini available. Never ...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Wood

Set of 2 Franco Albini, "Luisa" chairs, Production Poggi, Pavia
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Wolfurt, AT
This set of two Italian chairs was designed by Franco Albini for Poggi in the 1950s. The "Luisa" model is a simple, timeless design and is made of walnut wood and red fabric on the b...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Fabric, Wood

Mb 48 Wood Case Piece by Franco Albini for Poggi, Italy, 1960s
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Milan, IT
Mb 48 Case piece by Franco Albini for Poggi. Capable modular piece to be used standing alone or connected to more elements of the same project.
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1960s Italian Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Italian Mid-Century Collectible Armchair, Dining Chair, Luisa by Franco Albini
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Milano, IT
Vintage Italian Mid-Century Modern “Luisa” dining chair, designed by architect Franco Albini for Poggi, with walnut frame and original sage green fabric upholstery. Franco Albini will be probably known to most for his countless designs. With his unique taste and forward-oriented, timeless style, the architect contributed to define the Italian Mid-Century aesthetic. He signed, amongst others, the “Infinito” and “Veliero” bookcases...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Fabric, Wood

FRANCO ALBINI for POGGI Folding chair
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Baranzate, IT
Folding chair with solid wood frame. Seat and backrest made of plywood. Prod. Poggi, Italy, 1952 Bibliography Exhibition catalog, Franco Albini & Franca Helg Design, April 30, 2009.
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Franco Albini LB7 Bookcase in Teak Wood by Poggi Pavia 1950s Italy
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Montecatini Terme, IT
LB7 bookcase composed of a single module with shelves and a storage unit with two doors, made in veneered solid teak wood, and black lacquered metal details. Designed by Franco Alb...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

Franco Albini Stunning wood MB15 Sideboard for Poggi, Italian Design 1950s
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Milan, IT
Modern sideboard by Franco Albini for Poggi - 1950s Italy. This design features a simplistic aesthetic with sharp lines. It has four compartments with doors. The sculptural legs giv...
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1950s Italian Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood, Walnut

Serving Trolley Model CR20 In Mahogany By Franco Albini for Poggi, Italy 1958
By Franco Albini, Franca Helg, Poggi
Located in Hellouw, NL
Franco Albini was a significant figure in modern Italian design of the twentieth century. His creations are characterized by an aesthetic that can best be described as elegant minima...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Mahogany

Franco Albini Italian Midcentury Dark Wood Bookcase Lb7 for Poggi, 1950s
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Reggio Emilia, IT
Italian dark wood shelves bookcase with floor and ceiling uprights, designed by Franco Albini in 1956 for Poggi Pavia, shelves and container with wood veneer adjustable in height and...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

Large Franco Albini for Poggi 'MB15' Sideboard in Teak
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Franco Albini for Poggi, sideboard model MB 15, teak, Italy, design 1957 Well-designed sizable sideboard by Franco Albini for Poggi in the 1950s in Italy. This design features a sim...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Teak

Franco Albini for Poggi Cabinets in Teak
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Franco Albini for Poggi, cabinets, model MB51, teak, Italy, circa 1957. Well-designed pair of cabinets by Franco Albini for Poggi, which features a simplistic design with sharp lin...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Teak

Franco Albini for Poggi Dining Table in Walnut
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Franco Albini for Poggi, dining table, model TL2, walnut and iron, Italy, 1951. The TL2 table by Franco Albini features a simplistic and sleek design. Executed in darkened walnut wo...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Iron

Franco Albini teak dining Table Model TL2 'Cavalletto' for Poggi, Italy 1950s
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Chiavari, Liguria
A dining table or desk Model TL2 by Franco Albini, better known as "Cavalletto", is an iconic piece designed by the esteemed Italian maestro in the 1950s. This table embodies the ess...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Brass

Franco Albini “PS16” Rocking Chair for Poggi, 1959
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Lonigo, Veneto
Franco Albini “PS16” rocking chair for Poggi, original fabric and walnut, Italy, 1959. The Albini "PS16" is a rocking chair with a timeless design. Manuf...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Walnut, Fabric

20th Century Franco Albini Pair of TN6 Cicognino Coffee Tables in Wood, 50s
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Turin, Turin
An iconic design with a refined and essential taste, which in its playful form evokes a reassuring feeling of familiarity. Franco Albini created the table by reducing its structure t...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Stadera Writing Desk Model 840 Franco Albini for Poggi
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Rovereta, SM
Rare and important writing desk model Stadera designed by Franco Albini for the Poggi manufacture in 1959. Model 840. Made of noble wood for its shelf, in perfect preserved conditi...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Iron

Model Tl2 Desk / Dining Table by Franco Albini for Poggi, Italy, 1951
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Skokie, IL
Franco Albini model TL2 desk or dining table for Poggi, Italy, 1950s Franco Albini for Poggi, dining table model TL2, walnut and metal, Italy, 1951. The TL2 table by Franco Alb...
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20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Poggi Furniture

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Palisander

Vico Magistretti Black Leather Golem Dining Chairs for Pozzi, 1968, Set of 8
By Vico Magistretti, Poggi
Located in Vicenza, IT
Set of 8 Golem chairs designed by Vico Magistretti and manufactured by the Italian brand Poggi in 1968. Excellent vintage condition. This design creation speaks for itself. It...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Beech

Franco Albini Italian Midcentury Dark Wood Sideboard for Poggi, 1950s
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Reggio Emilia, IT
Italian Mid-Century Modern design credenza sideboard designed by Franco Albini and produced by Poggi Pavia from 1958, four doors with sliding shelves and a pull-out shelf / tray, sol...
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1850s Italian Mid-Century Modern Antique Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Franco Albini for Poggi Table or Desk, Italy, 1960s
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Almelo, NL
Franco Albini for Poggi table or desk, Italy, 1960s Walnut table TL22 model by Franco Albini for Poggi Italy 1960s. It is in excellent condition, with a minor patina on the wood parts. This unique table or desk would be an eye-catching addition to any interior, such as a living room, family room, screening room, or office. It also perfectly fits in a hospitality or corporate location like a boutique hotel lobby or luxury loft. When you choose for used mid...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Poggi Furniture

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Wood, Walnut

White Wood and Black Skai Samarcanda Chest of Drawers by Magistretti for Poggi
By Poggi, Vico Magistretti
Located in Varese, Lombardia
Wooden structure painted in white polyurethane color. Black skai cover on the top (light defects at some corner). Large chest of drawers: cm 34,5h x 107w x 53,5d Small chest of dra...
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1970s Italian Space Age Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Faux Leather, Wood

20th Century Franco Albini for Poggi Cabinet Mod. MB15 in Wood, 1950s
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Turin, Turin
Franco Albini (1905-1977) lived in Milan where he stuied Architecture at the Politecnico. He started his career at Gio Ponti's studio, with whom he collaborated before getting in tou...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Vico Magistretti Black CS49 Samarcanda Black Chest of Drawers by Poggi 1970s
By Vico Magistretti, Poggi
Located in Montecatini Terme, IT
Chest of drawers model CS49 with four frontal drawers and four doors revealing inner shelves with structure in black lacquered wood and top upholstered with black skai or faux leather. Designed by Vico Magistretti and produced by Poggi in 1970s Ludovico Magistretti was born in Milan on 6 October 1920. He went to Parini High School and in autumn 1939 enrolled in the Faculty of Architecture at the Royal Polytechnic in Milan. After 8 September 1943, to avoid being deported to Germany, he left Italy during his military service and moved to Switzerland, where he took some academic courses at the Champ Universitaire Italien in Lausanne, taught at the local university. During his stay in the Swiss city he met Ernesto Nathan Rogers, the founder of the BBPR firm who had taken refuge in Switzerland after racist laws were passed in Italy. This was a key encounter in Magistretti’s intellectual and professional development, since the architect from Trieste turned out to be his maestro. He returned to Milan in 1945, where he graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic on 2 August. He then immediately began his career working with the architect Paolo Chessa at the firm owned and run by his father, who died prematurely that same year. Here, in his father’s small firm, he spent his entire career in partnership with Franco Montella. During reconstruction operations in Milan from 1949-59, Magistretti designed and constructed about 14 projects for INA-Casa in conjunction with other architects. He was involved with Mario Tedeschi in the joint project for the QT8 neighbourhood, designing houses for veterans from the African campaign and also Santa Maria Nascente Church. In 1946 he participated in the R.I.M.A. exhibition (Italian Assembly for Furniture Exhibitions), held at the Palazzo dell’Arte, designing some small almost self-made pieces of furniture and then, in 1947 and 1948, he took part together with Castiglioni, Zanuso, Gardella, Albini and others in the exhibitions organized by Fede Cheti, a furniture fabric maker, held at her own workshop. The young architect was involved in plenty of activities and came up with lots of new ideas and proposals in the 1950s. Over the following years he also designed a number of other important projects, including the Towers in piazzale Aquileia (1961-64), Bassetti House in Azzate (1960-62), Cassina House in Carimate (1964-65), and the house in via Conservatorio in Milan (1963-66). In 1956 he was one of the founding members of the ADI, Industrial Design Association, and during the same year he was a member of the panel of judges for the Golden Compass Award for the first time. His work as an architect was almost totally focused on the issue of housing and living from the 1960s onwards, as he developed his own extremely expressive idiom, which, even though it was heavily criticised at times, made a real impression on the architectural scene in Lombardy during that period, making him one of its leading figures. This is the context in which he took part in the CIAM Congress (International Modern Architecture Congress) held in Otterlo in the Netherlands in 1959, during which the Italians presented Velasca Tower designed by the BBPR, the Olivetti canteen designed by Ignazio Gardella, Arosio house designed by Vico Magistretti (1956-59), and the houses in Matera designed by Giancarlo De Carli...
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1970s Italian Post-Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Faux Leather, Wood

Augusto Savini Pamplona Chairs Set of 6 Pozzi Italy, 1965
By Poggi, Alfonso Savini
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
A fantastic, well-preserved set of 6 so called 'Pamplona' chairs designed by Augusto Savini and manufactured by Pozzi, Italy 1965. These utterly comfortable dining chairs have a soli...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

Franco Albini for Poggi Model 840 Stadera Desk
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Milano, IT
Rare and important desk model Stadera designed by Franco Albini for the Poggi manufacture, in 1959. Model 840. Made of noble wood for its shelf, the desk is the perfect modernist ele...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

Wooden Dining Table TL22 Model by Franco Albini for Poggi 60s
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Padova, IT
Wooden dining table TL22 model by Franco Albini for Poggi 60s. Born in Milan in 1905, Franco Albini is an Italian architect, urban planner and furniture designer, active between the 1930s and 1960s. He studied at the Milan Polytechnic and completed his apprenticeship under the guidance of the architect and designer Gio Ponti, and played a key role in the formulation of the Italian Rationalist movement in the years before the Second World War. Albini works with several well-known mid-century manufacturers, among which Cassina, Arflex, Poggi, Arteluce, Brionvega, and Knoll stand out, and many of his designs are still in production today. He has received many honors for his work, including three Compasso d'Oro. The professional story of the furniture maker Roberto Poggi...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Wood

Rare of Sideboard "Mb15" by Franco Albini for Poggi
By Poggi, Franco Albini and Franca Helg
Located in Rovereta, SM
Rare of walnut sideboard model "Mb15" by Franco Albini for Poggi. Perfect condition.
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Poggi Furniture

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Walnut

Franco Albini PL19 or Tre Pezzi Armchair in White Wool by Poggi Pavia, 1950s
By Franco Albini and Franca Helg, Poggi
Located in Montecatini Terme, IT
PL19 also known as Tre Pezzi armchair with black enameled steel tube structure, upholstered in white Mongolian goat wool. Designed by Franco Albini & Franca Helg for Poggi, Pavia...
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1950s Italian Post-Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Steel

Franco Albini Walnut Bookcase LB7 for Poggi Pavia, 1956
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Madrid, ES
A two modular teak bookcase, Designed by Franco Albini and edited in 1956 by Poggi, Pavia, Marked. Composed of two modules with storages units an...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

Franco Albini TL30 Round Table in Metal and Wood for Poggi Pavia 1950s Italy
By Franco Albini, Poggi
Located in Montecatini Terme, IT
Round table model TL30 with black lacquered metal base and a wooden top. Designed by Franco Albini for Poggi, Pavia in 1950s.   After spending his childhood and part of his youth in Robbiate in Brianza, where he was born in 1905, Franco Albini moved with his family to Milan. Here he enrolled in the Faculty of Architecture of the Polytechnic and graduated in 1929. He starts his professional activity in the studio of Gio Ponti and Emilio Lancia, with whom he collaborates for three years. He probably had his first international contacts here In those three years, the works carried out are admittedly of a twentieth-century imprint. It was the meeting with Edoardo Persico that marked a clear turning point towards rationalism and the rapprochement with the group of editors of “Casabella”. The new phase that that meeting provoked starts with the opening of the first professional studio in via Panizza with Renato Camus and Giancarlo Palanti. The group of architects began to deal with public housing by participating in the competition for the Baracca neighborhood in San Siro in 1932 and then creating the Ifacp neighborhoods: Fabio Filzi (1936/38), Gabriele D’Annunzio and Ettore Ponti (1939). Also in those years Albini worked on his first villa Pestarini. But it is above all in the context of the exhibitions that the Milanese master experiments his compromise between that “rigor and poetic fantasy” coining the elements that will be a recurring theme in all the declinations of his work – architecture, interiors, design pieces . The opening in 1933 of the new headquarters of the Triennale in Milan, in the Palazzo dell’Arte, becomes an important opportunity to express the strong innovative character of rationalist thought, a gym in which to freely experiment with new materials and new solutions, but above all a “method”. Together with Giancarlo Palanti, Albini on the occasion of the V Triennale di Milano sets up the steel structure house, for which he also designs the ‘furniture. At the subsequent Triennale of 1936, marked by the untimely death of Persico, together with a group of young designers gathered by Pagano in the previous edition of 1933, Franco Albini takes care of the preparation of the exhibition of the house, in which the furniture of three types of accommodation. The staging of Stanza per un uomo, at that same Triennale, allows us to understand the acute and ironic approach that is part of Albini, as a man and as a designer: the theme addressed is that of the existenzminimum and the reference of the project is to the fascist myth of the athletic and sporty man, but it is also a way to reflect on low-cost housing, the reduction of surfaces to a minimum and respect for the way of living. In that same year Albini and Romano designed the Ancient Italian Goldsmith’s Exhibition: vertical uprights, simple linear rods, design the space. A theme, that of the “flagpole”, which seems to be the center of the evolution of his production and creative process. The concept is reworked over time, with the technique of decomposition and recomposition typical of Albinian planning: in the setting up of the Scipio Exhibition and of contemporary drawings (1941) the tapered flagpoles, on which the paintings and display cases are hung, are supported by a grid of steel cables; in the Vanzetti stand (1942) they take on the V shape; in the Olivetti store in Paris (1956) the uprights in polished mahogany support the shelves for displaying typewriters and calculators. The reflection on this theme arises from the desire to interpret the architectural space, to read it through the use of a grid, to introduce the third dimension, the vertical one, while maintaining a sense of lightness and transparency. The flagpole is found, however, also in areas other than the exhibition ones. In the apartments he designed, it is used as a pivot on which the paintings can be suspended and rotated to allow different points of view, but at the same time as an element capable of dividing spaces. The Veliero bookcase...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

Lorenzo Andrei Handcrafted Fine Ceramic Terracotta Lamp Poggi Ugo Italy
By Poggi
Located in Chula Vista, CA
Lorenzo Andrei handcrafted Ceramic Terracotta lamp Poggi Ugo Italy High quality Italian Ceramic stunning terracotta craftsmanship Measures: 16.5 to socket x 7 diameter approximatel...
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Early 2000s Modern Poggi Furniture

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Ceramic, Terracotta

TL59 Dining Table in Bronze & Glass by Afra & Tobia Scarpa for Poggi, 1975
By Poggi, Afra & Tobia Scarpa
Located in Antwerp, BE
TL59; dining table; round; bronze; glass; Smoked glass; Afra & Tobia Scarpa; Poggi; 1975; Italy; Italian Design; Post-Modern; This remarkable round dining table is designed by A...
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1970s Italian Post-Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Bronze, Metal

Set of Two SD51 "Golem" Chairs by Vico Magistretti for Poggi, Italy, 1960s
By Vico Magistretti, Poggi
Located in Milan, IT
Pair of SD51 Golem chair by Vico Magistretti for Poggi. Sinuous long backrest, lacquered frame and leather covering. A third single piece available
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1960s Italian Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Leather, Wood

20th Century Franco Albini Table Model TL2 "Cavalletto" in Wood for Poggi 1950s
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Turin, Turin
Iconic table designed by the great Italian maestro Franco Albini in the 50s. The model is TL2 better known as "Cavalletto" (in english "Trestle") since it reminds of lightness and wi...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

Rare Mahogany 'TL2' Cavalletto Table / Desk by Franco Albini for Poggi, Italy
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in London, GB
A rare mahogany version of the Cavaletto or TL2 table designed by the great neo-rationalist designer, Franco Albini. Designed in 1950 for manufacturers Poggi...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Steel

Cavalletto Dining or Working Table by Franco Albini for Poggi
By Poggi, Franco Albini
Located in Barcelona, ES
Cavalletto or TL2 dining or working table designed in 1950 by italian architect Franco Albini, old Poggi edition. Wood construction with beveled edges tabletop and crossed legs with ...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Poggi Furniture

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Metal

Poggi furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Poggi 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 Poggi furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Poggi were created in the mid-century modern style in italy during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Melchiorre Bega, M. Singer & Sons, and Vittorio Nobili. Prices for Poggi furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,100 and can go as high as $38,327, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $9,009.

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