Melchiorre Bega pair of lounge chairs, Italy, 1940s

Bega, Melchiorre
Lounge Chairs

A pair of lounge chairs by Italian designer Melchiorre Bega.

The chairs are made of walnut wood with brass back legs and a blue skai seating.

Melchiorre was an Italian architect and designer, who worked from the 1920s up until his death in 1976. He graduated in architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. From 1941 to 1944 he directed the magazine Domus, after Gio Ponti and together with Pagano and Bontempelli. 


  • 5600
  • Price on request
  • 29.1 In / 74.0 cm
  • 24.4 In / 62.0 cm
  • 34.6 In / 88.0 cm
  • 11.8 In / 30.0 cm

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