Carlo De Carli, Armchair “Crossbow” P36 for Tecno, Milan, Italy, 1957
Carlo De Carli, Armchair “Crossbow” P36 for Tecno, Milan, Italy, 1957. (view on google maps)
Carlo de Carli (1910 – 1999) was a pupil of Gio Ponti, he is one of the renown creators of the Milanian style of architecture and interior design.
The Crossbow armchair P36 is one of the most famous model of the armchair designed by Carlo de Carli (in collaboration with Osvaldo Borsani). The chair was designed for Tecno in the fifties and it won the Grand Prize of the XI Triennale.
The material which De Carli used are varnished steel elastic structure painted black and a fabric upholstery in brown color.
The dimensions of the chair are as following: 28.3in. high, 23.2in. wide, 24.4in. deep.
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