4 Spaghetti chairs by Giandomenico Belotti, Italy 1970
[SOLD] "An incredibly long strand of spaghetti twisted around a fork."
Set of four iconic dining chairs designed by Giandomenico Belotti in the 70's. Commonly named as the "Spaghetti chairs". Magnificient simple and elegant design with great comfort. Tubular and chromed frame structure with clear PVC seat and back.
Giandomenico Belotti (1922-2004) graduated in architecture from the University of Venice, and began working in research, restoration, city planning and industrial design.
The Spaghetti chair is still considered as one of the most contemporary expressions of modern design. The chair is part of the permanent collection at the MoMA in New York.
The chairs are in very good condition with almost no wear to the chrome frame. All spaghetti wires are intact. The original plastic gliders are present. A very interesting set of dining chairs!