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Torres Clavé armchair

2.916

2 in stock

PRICE 2.916

Sizes: 70cm x 80cm x 75cm

Delivery Day 5

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Product description

In 1934, the architect Josep Torres Clavé designed this wooden armchair as part of the furniture that was to house the Pavilion of the Spanish Republic at the International Exhibition in Paris in 1937, together with Guernica by Pablo Picasso and other works by Alexander Calder or Joan Miró .
The Torres Clavé armchair is inspired by the traditional Ibizan chairs. With an oak wood structure and seat and backrest woven with handcrafted rope, due to its formal character it is especially suitable for hotel, reception or living rooms and reading areas in libraries and other unique spaces. It is also a particularly warm and natural armchair for home interior decoration.
It has been part of the permanent Collection of the Museu del Disseny de Barcelona since 1994. Made by hand, it is an emblematic and iconic piece that Mobles 114 has been manufacturing since it was reissued in 1987.
Details: Oak armchair and seat and back in natural rope.

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Brand

Naharro

Diseñador

Josep Torres Clavé

Josep Torres Clavé (Barcelona, ​​1906 - Els Omellons, 1939) was an architect, urban planner, designer and teacher. Founding member of the GATCPAC (Group of Catalan Artists and Technicians for the Progress of Contemporary Architecture) and prominent introducer of rationalist architecture in our country.
He began his career as an architect together with Josep Lluís Sert and Antoni Bonet Castellana. Precisely with Sert and Joan Baptista Subirana he projected some of the most important works of Catalan rationalism, such as the City of Rest and Holidays in Castelldefels (1932) or the General Antitubercular Dispensary in the city of Barcelona (1936).
In his short career as a designer he left an imprint, however, forceful. He designed chairs, tables and lamps, among other pieces of furniture, among which the Torres Clavé armchair stands out, reissued by Mobles 114.
Josep Torres Clavé died at 33 years of age, during the Spanish Civil War.
Naharro furniture distributes the pieces manufactured by different furniture brands designed by Josep Torres Clavé in its Madrid stores and online store, with delivery and assembly services throughout Spain. Ask us for any additional information.

Description

In 1934, the architect Josep Torres Clavé designed this wooden armchair as part of the furniture that was to house the Pavilion of the Spanish Republic at the International Exhibition in Paris in 1937, together with Guernica by Pablo Picasso and other works by Alexander Calder or Joan Miró .
The Torres Clavé armchair is inspired by the traditional Ibizan chairs. With an oak wood structure and seat and backrest woven with handcrafted rope, due to its formal character it is especially suitable for hotel, reception or living rooms and reading areas in libraries and other unique spaces. It is also a particularly warm and natural armchair for home interior decoration.
It has been part of the permanent Collection of the Museu del Disseny de Barcelona since 1994. Made by hand, it is an emblematic and iconic piece that Mobles 114 has been manufacturing since it was reissued in 1987.
Details: Oak armchair and seat and back in natural rope.

Consult more information with Naharro furniture.

Additional Information

Sizes × × 70 80 75 cm