Paolo Buffa Wardrobe in Oak
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Paolo Buffa, wardrobe or armoire, oak, Italy, 1940s
This rare wardrobe has a subtle decorative character and is created by the talented Italian designer and architect Paolo Buffa (1903-1970). This specific design truly embodies the modern ethos of the forties. The front of this wonderful piece features an artistic composition that has been established by vertical and horizontal slats placed upon each other. The base embodies a wave pattern, an ornament that has been frequently used by renowned Italian designers such as, Lina Bo Bardi, Carlo Pagani, and Mario Quarti in that period. The oak material has an incredibly naturalistic, visual texture that shows nice wooden grains and admirable age-appropriate patina. The legs lift the wardrobe up and create this elegant appearance. An exceptionally poetic wardrobe that adds a lively dimension to your interior. This wardrobe has been created in an experimental period where a lot of styles and philosophies were produced during that era. Taking every stylistic realization into account, this wardrobe has the exact charm and vitality it needs to breathe the quintessentially Italian ethos of the forties.
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