Brazilian architect-designer Sergio Rodrigues was born in 1927 in Rio de Janeiro to a family of prominent artists and intellectuals. He studied at the National School of Architecture in Rio de Janeiro. After graduating in 1952, Rodrigues began to focus more on furniture design, and, in 1955, he founded Oca, an Ipanema-based brand focused on the development of modern Brazilian furniture. Recognized internationally as one of Brazil’s most influential modern designers, Rodrigues’s work champions the Brazilian identity, often drawing inspiration from traditional forms and utilizing native materials, such as Peroba, Jacaranda, and Imbuia woods.
This Vronka lounge chair was designed by Rodrigues in 1962. It is a simple, enveloping scoop made from solid Imbuia. The upholstery is ivory leather. There are a few marks on the leather but nothing We added a California sheepskin throw on each chair for that extra plushness.
34 H × 30 W × 30 D in 17 SH in
Imbuia, Leather, Chrome-plated steel
Very, very good condition. The wood is in fabulous condition. The leather just has a few small marks on it. See photos.
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$850 in the U.S.
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