Bar cabinet en placage de noyer par Paolo Buffa

Bar Cabinet en placage de noyer décorée de scènes d'escrime. Comprenant 4 tablettes amovibles. Italie: circa 1950. Provenance: Blackman Cruz, Los Angeles | Collection privée. Paolo Buffa's debut in the world of design takes place at the end of the 1920s in the studio of ​Gio Ponti and Emilio Lancia, immersing himself in an atmosphere committed to the reinterpretation of the Lombard classicism and Milanese architecture. In the early 1930s, he founded his own practice. While professionally dedicated to the construction of architectural works, especially housing and private villas and venturing further into complex residential buildings, Buffa was expecially passionate about furtniture and product design, an area where he remained faithful to a figurative repertoire of substantial classicism, while not disdaining impulses of authentic modernity, ranging from different eras and styles, which would become an inexhaustible source of inspiration over time. His pieces are manufactured today by cabinet maker ​Eredi Marelli, the evolution of an original artisanal workshop founded in 1934 in Cantù, the heart of the famous furniture-making district by Milan.

72,5 po.
18 po.

Circa 1950