Rare anfibio sofa by Alessandro Becchi for Giovannetti, circa early 1970s. This extraordinary convertible sofa has been impeccably restored in a wonderfully patinated caramel leathered easily converts to a double bed Home Page. The interior has also been replaced with a soft and supple material that matches the factory original. Red has a pair of these upholstered in the same leather. Price listed is for one sofa. Depth is 96″ when open.
Poul Kjaerholm for Fritz Hansen PK80 daybed circa early 1980’s. This example has a satin finished stainless steel frame and supple black leather cushion. It is in phenomenal original condition. Please see our other listings for more items by Poul Kjaerholm.
All original patchwork leather daybed by Desede circa 1970’s. This example has a slatted ebonized beech frame and is upholstered in its original beautifully broken in leather.
Rare convertible sofa by Florence Knoll for Knoll Associates circa mid 1960’s. Remarkably this example retains its stunning original red Knoll upholstery. It has been refoamed with high density polyurethane foam. The stainless steel frame and legs are in excellent original condition and the beauty of this sofa is that it pulls out to comfortably sleep one.
Rare “Anfibio” sofa designed by Alessandro Becchi for Giovannetti circa early 1970’s. This extraordinary convertible sofa has been impeccably restored in a wonderfully patinated caramel leather and easily converts to a double bed. The interior has also been replaced with a soft and supple material that matches the factory original.
Solid teak and hemp modular seating group by Hans Olsen circa late 1950’s. Phenomenally designed, each piece is removable so it is multi functional. The entire arrangement can be used in a long line or used as an l with the sofa and love seat. Each seat is removable as well to make 4 low profile chairs.
The benches as can also be used with the cushions to form their own seating without the chairs. This set is in excellent original condition and is a very rare find.