ISA Bergamo rare pair of exquisite armchairs or lounge chairs in white or ivory bouclé with gilt metal legs and matching ottomans, Italy, 1950s. This elegant armchair model exhibits a classical form consisting of gently curved back and beautiful splayed legs. They have the signature soft lines and sculptural form of ISA Bergamo’s 1950s designs, both classical yet modernist and unequivocally timeless. Fully restored and newly upholstered in a luxurious Holland & Sherry Melissani White or ivory bouclé.
I.S.A. (Industria Salotti e Arredamenti) also known as ISA Bergamo was an Italian furniture manufacturer founded in the late 1940s by Roberto Brembilla in Ponte San Pietro, a village outside of Bergamo. The company produced designs by Gio Ponti and advertised in leading magazines like Domus. ISA also worked with other renown architects of the period such as Giulia Veronesi, Aldo Morbelli and Leonardo Fiori. By the 1950s, ISA had become a household name in Italian furniture manufacturing and employed close to 400 workers.
Armchairs: H 31 x W 29.5 x D 31.5 x SH 17 in.
Ottomans: H 14 x Dia 14.25 in.