by Jorge Zalszupin
Jorge Zalszupin designed the Brasiliana sofa in the late 1950's as an homage to Brasilia • the recently founded Brazilian capital designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Sinuous forms shape its wooden frame, reminiscent of Niemeyer’s signature curves, and impeccably crafted details • wooden carved upholstery buttons, voluminous cushions, bolster pillow and brass hardware • complete the Brasiliana, a mid•century classic in production for the first time since its original launch.
• Base structure made of natural american walnut or natural pau ferro wood
• Upholstery offered in a variety of fabrics, leather, COM/COL
• Available in 2, 3 and 4 seaters
• Reissued by Etel
• Made to order
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.