Classic Design Bardi Bowl Bucket seat – furniture with history



Bucket seat

Created by Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992), the distinctive design of the bucket seat has earned its place in the world of furniture. The Italian origin, he moved to Brazil, which was for them later in their country of adoption. It is expected that in 1951, the classic design, he wanted to find a balance between industrial production and standardized goods and individual aesthetics.

Chair hull design distinctive Bowl Bardi: the story continues

Shell Chair



Mid-century design combined with a contemporary color palette turns into a great detail that can make the living room and office space. Design of bucket seats can be adapted to different life situations and to integrate all the modern styles. The idea is so simple yet ingenious. The flexible structure offers the user great freedom of design, so that it finds the optimal seating position where you feel most comfortable. The chairs upholstered in fabric have 4 points and four sections, while the version in black natural leather and has 8 points 8 sectors.

A drawing of the mid-20th century - Armchair shaped shell

Furniture Design






Bardi Bowl chairs shells are lined with special fabric Steelcut Trio 2:02 chair and pillow available in vibrant colors for Arper. There are different combinations of fun colors available - pink, lavender, orange cheerleaders are real, while the water blue, emerald green, olive green bring nature into the home.

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Classic Design Bardi Bowl Bucket seat - furniture with history


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Classic Design Bardi Bowl Bucket seat - furniture with history

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Classic Design Bardi Bowl Bucket seat - furniture with history

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