Small armchair with structure in bent tubular, assembled by hand, and upholstered seat; available with and without armrests. Presented here in the following versions:
-iron structure in gold varnished finish and seat dressed with charcoal grey velvet, without armrests;
-iron structure in black varnished finish – “laccato nero” – and seat dressed with blue velvet, with armrests.
Technical data – Width 55 cm – H 75 cm – Depth 75 cm
Aliko is created by Gianni Arnaudo, in 1977, on the occasion of the furnishing of one of the nightclubs subject of the Night Fever exhibition (2018); so exhibited first in Basel at the Vitra Design Museum, then at the Atomium Design Art Museum of Brussels and now at the Danmark Design Museum of Copenhagen. Aliko is a historical object, recently published in the Wall Street Journal, but like all Gianni Arnaudo’s architectures it is timeless, can be placed anywhere, because in each of his works there is a precise reason for being: a DNA that expresses irony, transgression and subversion of customs and clichés.