Sella Lounge Chair
The Sella Lounge chair was initially designed in 1966 by the famous Italian architect Carlo De Carli. Current production by Tacchini uses the finest materials: exposed walnut, elegant metal chromed details finished shiny black, and belts to support the backrest in refined natural leather. Cushions filled with feathers and coverings in leather or fabric Sella guarantees extraordinary comfort.
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Carlo De Carli
Milan, Italy (1910-1999)
Born in Milan, Carlo De Carli (1910-1999) graduated in 1934 in architecture from the Polytechnic University of Milan, worked for a year in the studio of Gio Ponti and took over the chair in interior architecture, furniture and decoration from him in 1962. Curator of the X and XI Milan Triennale, he was head of the architecture faculty from 1965 to 1968. Editor of the magazine Interni from 1967 to 1971. Design, research, teaching and promotion were the areas of action of his work, carried out with a broad communality of thinking and focused on people and the social and production context in which they operate. For De Carli the attitude behind the design of a house or of a chair does not change: “I love any form of architecture, provided it’s researched, tested and essential (…) furniture too… I’ve designed a lot… it only seeks measure and not any effect… above all the measure that relates to the space of the home, in the sense of a tree” (Creatività, 1973).