Group of 4 Chairs Stilwood Iva Ash Wood Italy 1970s

Code :  MODSED0001096

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Group of 4 Chairs Stilwood Iva Ash Wood Italy 1970s

Code :  MODSED0001096

not available

Group of 4 Chairs Stilwood Iva Ash Wood Italy 1970s


Designer:  Renato Toso , Roberto Pamio

Production:  Stilwood

Model:  Iva

Time:  1970 - 1979

Production country:  Italia

Main essence:  Ash tree

Material:  The straw of Vienna


Group of 4 chairs with two basic elements, interlocked; ash wood, Vienna straw seat.

Product Condition:
Product in good condition. It has small signs of usage. One of the seat has been redone.

Dimensions (cm):
Height: 74
Width: 50
Depth: 45

Seat height:  42

Additional Information


Renato Toso

Renato Toso, in 1996, together with his family, founded an industrial and interior design studio, specializing in the design of stands, exhibitions, exhibition and shop fitting. Among the companies they collaborate with are: Alpi, Cattelan Italia, Henry Lloyd, Ferro Murano, Fly Line, Formica, Gabbianelli, etc ... In the field of lighting they design for Vistosi, Artemide, Foscarini, Leucos and Venini. There are numerous conferences, exhibitions and shows in which they have participated. At the invitation of the Order of Architects they held reports on design. Numerous awards have also been received: first prize at the Venice Biennale, recognition at the XII Triennale di Milano and at the National Design Competition in Trieste. Furthermore Andrea Palladio First Prize, three selections at the Compasso d'Oro of ADI, two selections at the Museum Corning Glass in New York, selection at the IIDA Award (International Interior Design Association).

Roberto Pamio

Roberto Pamio, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Venice, works intensively at an international level in the field of architectural planning and design. His experiences in Mexico in the 1980s and later in New York, Madrid, Paris, Amsterdam and Japan stimulated his compositional sensibility. In all his architectures, natural elements such as light, air and water are emphasized, making the space fluid and changeable. Moving among his creations one never gets the impression of being faced with predictable choices, the house loses its traditional function to become a "liberated" house.

Production: Stilwood

Time: 1970 - 1979

Main essence: Ash tree

Ash wood is divided into two types. The first, white ash, is obtained from the fraxinus americana which grows in North America and Europe, is very elastic and resistant but subject to woodworm. It is used in the construction of furniture and more rarely as an ornament. The second type, the common ash, is obtained from the fraxinus excelsior which grows in Europe, northwestern Africa and western Asia, and was used by English and American cabinetmakers to make chairs.

Material: The straw of Vienna

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