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Elda Chair by Joe Colombo for comfort, 1960s
One of our personal favorites!
This vintage Joe Colombo Elda chair dates back to the 1980s and comes from a private collection and is in incredible condition. Both the fiberglass cockpit and the leather top upholstery are in exceptionally beautiful condition! The leather shows a very nice patina and makes it a top interior piece that gives character to your home.
The "Full White version" is unique and is rarely on the market.
And this is your chance to get one more as Comfort has discontinued production of the Elda chair.
This designer chair / seat was designed by Joe Colombo for Comfort in 1963.
This is one of the first pieces of furniture to be named after his wife Elda.
Joe Colombo had a short but very brilliant career.
The chair is inspired by shipbuilding technology.
The Elda chair was the first chair with a fully self-supporting fiberglass frame.
The chair is incredibly comfortable thanks to the 7 supporting cushions, the swivel base and the generous dimensions.
Joe Colombo was one of the most influential product designers in Italy.
Sadly, he died in 1971 at the age of 41.
He was known for his multifunctional objects.
Joe Colombo's Elda chair has also appeared in a number of world famous films such as "The Hunger Games" in 2012 and the James Bond film "The spy who loves me" in 1977.
The chair is of a first-class design and gives a warm, cozy feeling in the shell-shaped backrest.