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'Coronado' Loveseat by Tobia Scarpa for B&B Italia 1970's

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As far as vintage design goes, there aren't many designers as famous and loved as Tobia Scarpa. He was born in Venice in 1935, where he graduated in architecture. With his wife Afra Bianchin, he sets up one of the most successful and well-known professional design studios. Among the various awards received, in 2008 he was awarded the Compasso d'Oro for lifetime achievement. Numerous are the publications dedicated to his work and a number of his projects are exhibited in major international museums. B&B Italia’s Coronado sofa, which he designed in 1966, is one of his most loved and well-known designs. Through the years it has become a symbol of relaxation, with comfort guaranteed by a suspension system made from harmonic steel bands inserted into the structure of the back. The product’s aesthetics, conceived as a trait-d’union between periodic midcentury furniture and the growing desire for modernity, has decreed its success over time. Its revolutionary personality in terms of design and materials offers a prime example of B&B Italia’s vision. First launched in 1966, the Coronado emerged from the idea of matching an iron frame with the revolutionary technology of cold moulded polyurethane foam, which B&B Italia had introduced to the furnishing sector.

H68 x W150 x D85 x SeatingH 35 cm


This item is in perfect (vintage) condition, with barely any traces of wear or use, and still has the original B&B Italia label. It has been cleaned before use.
We also have two loungechairs available. Consult our "Furniture" section to purchase them.


This item can be shipped all through Europe, or picked up at our warehouse in Ternat (BE). Price doesn't include shipping costs.

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