Oscar armchairs | Sergio Rodrigues
Created by Sergio Rodrigues in 1956, initially for the Jockey Club of Rio de Janeiro, the "Oscar" armchair was named after Oscar Niemeyer, considered one of the most important Brazilian architects in the development of modern architecture.
The pair of armchairs have a structure in solid Rosewood and seat and back in natural straw. The armrests are sculpted with anatomical design.
Type of Wood: Rosewood (Jacaranda), Straw
Dimension: H 32, 5 in. x W 27, 8 in. x D 21, 7 in. / H 82, 5 cm x W 70, 5 cm x D 55 cm
Date of Creation: 1956