Originally designed by design Giò Ponti in 1937, the Livia chair owes its name to the 'livianum' offices in the University of Padua that it was designed for. Timeless is clearly the appropriate adjective for the Livia chair. It remains as modern and stylish as ever thanks to its minimal and linear design.
The upholstered version of the Livia chair retains the piece's signature simple elegance even as it features a practical addition that makes the seat all the more comfortable.
With a solid beech wood frame and multilayer wood seat, the Livia chair is available either dyed or lacquered in a variety of colors.
Giò Ponti (1897-1979) was a painter, industrial and furniture designer and the founding editor of the famous Domus magazine. He was one of the most influential Italian designers and architects of the 20th Century.
Minimum order quantity: 2 chairs