by Sergio Rodrigues, 1963
• Base structure available in four variations of beech wood or imbuia wood
• Upholstery offered in a variety of fabrics or COM
• Optional matching ottoman
• Made to order
Originally designed in the mid•1960's for the lobby of Brasilia's Itamaraty Palace, which houses the Ministry of External Relations of Brazil, Sergio Rodrigues' "Parati" armchair was an instant hit due to its modern, seemingly floating design and ultra comfort. Named after the city of Parati, a preserved Portuguese colonial getaway where the gold rush of the 1700's led to the construction of its historical Gold Trail, Rodrigues has reissued the "Parati" armchair and ottoman after a 40•year hiatus, sold in the US exclusively at ESPASSO.
Colors shown are only indicative and may not be an accurate representation of the finishing due to variations in system/s used and/or display settings.