With mid-century lines and comfortable upholstery, the CDC.1 Lounge Chair is a modern classic by Carlo De Carli
This year Gubi added De Carli's work to their portfolio of modernist masters, producing faithful reissues of his CDC.1 collection. Originally designed in 1954, the lounge chair captures the graceful and angular lines of the era with a simplicity that translates to the present day.
With distinctive armrests that curve out and away from the body, the CDC.1 Lounge Chair provides a comfortable seat for conversation and relaxation, while tapered legs in solid wood offer an organic sense of warmth.
Base comes in American Oiled Walnut.
Since the Gubi's inception in the late 1960's the company have pursued a goal of producing lighting and furniture that is as functional as it is beautiful. Their collection crosses generations with it's rediscovered pieces such as Greta Grossman's Grasshopper Lamp, seventies classic the Multi-Lite pendant, and the eponymously named View all products