Beautiful sculptural B082 lounge chairs manufactured by Moveis Cimo in Brazil in 1960. These chairs are bulky and yet playful, with a strong wooden frame made of Jatoba wood. The frame is like a square, and at each corner, there are thin tapered legs that hold up the seat. On the front and back corners of the frame, there are shiny brass squares with a cross stamped in the brass hardware that adds a nice touch. The chairs are upholstered with a soft olive-green velvet which gives them the soft appearance. Right where the seat stops and the back begins, there’s a nice wooden part in the middle. It’s like a special touch that makes the chairs even more interesting and unusual. The stitching has nice detailing as well. These lounge chairs aren’t just for sitting; they’re like pieces of art where you can relax in. Matching sofa available in another listing.
Cimo’s story began in 1913 as a wood box factory called A.Ehrl e Cia. It transformed into a furniture factory named Móveis Cimo S.A. in 1982 after several changes. It became the most significant maker in Latin America, shaping the region’s development and furniture manufacturing. The lounge chair, a creation of Móveis Cimo, stems from a Brazilian furniture factory established by Jorge Zipperer and Willy Jung in 1913 in Santa Catarina, Brazil. It grew to be the biggest furniture factory in Latin America from the 1930s to 1970s. The chair showcases the company’s design philosophy, capturing Brazilian culture’s essence with natural materials and organic shapes for distinctive and inventive furniture. Móveis Cimo’s pieces are known for quality, lasting power, and timeless allure, and this lounge chair stands as proof of that tradition.
Like all our upholstered pieces these can also be newly upholstered to your admiration. Ask our experienced upholstery department for an affordable quote for the item you want customised. We only use the best quality fabrics, foam, and materials for all our items. With the reupholstery we will always keep the originality in mind so the piece doesn’t lose its value and will be ready for years of use again.
|Jatoba wood, velvet, brass
|Very good, newly upholstered
|Holland / Belgium:
|€ 150 - 750
|€ 900 - 1850
Reupholstery estimate; 1250 Euro