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Fettuccini armchair by Vladimir Kagan

Fettuccini armchair by Vladimir Kagan

40.943.000 55.250.000 


We present one of Vladimir Kagan’s (see bio below) most emblematic and iconic creations, the Fettuccini W armchair. This stunning design, created by Vladimir Kagan is made with a structure of robust steel plate which is available painted or chromed (the chrome is trivalent, or “green”) and even in black nickel steel finishing. Its surprising and sinuous lines are defined by hide leather (full grain option available) that covers the steel structure and is sown in the best tradition of Italian craftsmanship. The leather is available in 15 different colors and full grain (full aniline) leather is an option for the most demanding customers.

The incredible finishing and the extreme elegance of this armchair guarantee that your home will become a reflection of extreme refinement and luxury to all those who are lucky enough to visit you or your offices. This work of art that is also a functional and comfortable furniture item will become the symbol of exclusivity and style of your home or your office.

Available as a chair (one backrest) and an armchair (two backrests).


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  • Description

    Product Description

    Vladimir Kagan was born in Worms on the Rhine, Germany in 1927. When he was barely 11 years old he emigrated to the United States in 1938. His first passion was painting and sculpture but he progressively became absorbed by his curiosity in the fields of architecture and design where he developed exceptional skills thanks to his natural talent. Son of a master cabinetmaker, Illi Kagan, Vladimir studied Architecture at Columbia University. At the age of twenty, in 1947 he joined his father and began working in his woodworking shop. It is from that starting point that he would learn furniture making from the ground up.

    His first important project was designing furniture for the Delegate’s Cocktail Lounges for the first United Nations Headquarters in Lake Success N.Y. (1947-48). In 1948 Vladimir opened his first shop in New York on East 65th Street and moved to fashionable 57th Street in 1950. He instantly gathered a strong following amongst luminaries in the world of art, theater, music and industry.

    To this day, avid art enthusiasts and design connoisseurs as well as museums, are collecting his designs. Private collections boast Vladimir Kagan’s furniture and his award-winning creations are present in the most distinguished permanent collections of the V&A London, the Vitra Design Museum and Die Neue Samlung in Germany as well as in the most prominent museums in the United States. The amount of prestigious publications, books and magazines that praise his work are innumerable.

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  • Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Chair / Armchair

    Chair, Armchair

    Type of leather

    Carezza hide leather, Full grain (aniline) leather

    Steel finishing

    Painted or chromed, Mat chrome

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  • Shipping
    We can deliver to your house or apartment anywhere in Saigon (HCMC) or in Vietnam (Hanoi, Da Nang, etc.). Delivery is also possible in neighboring countries: Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. Delivery costs reflected in the shopping cart are based on deliveries to District 1, Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). For deliveries elsewhere, please contact us. Depending on your location, special packaging (honeycomb carton and edge-boards), might be necessary at an additional cost.
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