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Balestra Lounge Chair by Marzio Cecchi for Studio Most, 1968


Sprung steel balestra lounge chairs by Florentine architect Marzio Cecchi, designed in 1968 and produced in Florence by Studio Most. Orange leather coating.


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    H 33.86 in. x W 29.93 in. x D 33.86 in.

    H 86 cm x W 76 cm x D 86 cm

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    Padova, IT
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