White Wooden Wardrobe Set by Carlo de Carli
for Fiarm, 1970s
Unique and rare wardrobe set in white lacquered wood by the Italian Designer Carlo de Carli, produced for Fiarm in the 70s. This lovely set consits of 3 parts, including a mirror, a sideboard and a bench. The mirror has a white wooden frame and additonally 4 parts made of chrome on each side. The chrome shows some signs of wear and use and has a beautiful patina. The sideboard, also made of white lacquered wood, has a drawer, perfect for the little things in life. The bench is padded with a wonderful original fabric, in bright blue and turquoise tones. This unique piece is a statement for any entrance hall, to show the love for mid-century modern.
Step into the world of Carlo De Carli (1910 – 1999), where timeless elegance and unparalleled craftsmanship come together to create extraordinary pieces of furniture. Carlo De Carli is a name synonymous with sophistication, refinement, and innovation in the realm of design. With a legacy spanning decades, this Italian maestro has left an indelible mark on the world of interior design, captivating the hearts of collectors and connoisseurs alike.
He worked with the legendary architect and designer Gio Ponti who shaped De Carli’s language and design. His sense for modernism and design characterizes Carlo De Carli’s contribution to postwar architecture and design. Carlo De Carli is one of the greatest masters of Italian Design.
Designer: Carlo di Carli
Materials and Techniques: chrome, wood, lacquered
Place of Origin: Italy
Period: 1970 – 1979
Date of Manufacture: circa 1970
Height: 86 cm, Width: 63 cm, Depth: 39 cm
Condition: In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use.
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