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Armchair Calle Ocho

Armchair Calle Ocho

"This armchair is the memory of a time I lived. I started working in carpentry in Miami in the early 1980s, repairing boats in the South River marinas and learning naval carpentry. My brother and I lived in the Cuban neighborhood of Little Havana , there a worn-out armchair from the 60s was the most comfortable and disputed piece in the small house. The piece was left behind in time and space, but the memory lasted and inspired me to rescue it, including more interesting fittings in the joints, adding the straps leather and working on the upholstery so that Poltrona Calle Ocho is even more cozy and comfortable than the one I remembered." By Guga Casari.


    Guga Casari


    - 74x85x71h


    - solid wood Freijó or Sucupira
    - topstitched leather sole straps
    - fabric provided | 2m (list. X stamp +20%) - leather supplied | a skin of 4m2
    - does not accept special measures
    - does not disassemble
    - indoor use



    In the photo: natural freijó | beige suede leather

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