Medea Chairs by Vittorio Nobili 1954, Set of 4

REF: 6049

Medea Chairs by Vittorio Nobili 1954, Set of 4

REF: 6049


  • Vittorio Nobili

The Medea chair, crafted by Italian designer Vittorio Nobili, stands as an iconic piece within mid-20th-century modernist design. Originating in the 1950s, it encapsulates the avant-garde aesthetic of the era with its sleek lines and organic contours.

This set of four chairs features seats made from thermoformed walnut plywood, each elegantly supported by four black lacquered tubular legs, resting on small brass sabots.

Seat Height: 17.7 inches.

Manufacturer : Fratelli Tagliabue, circa 1954.

Presented at the "Compasso d'Oro." Awarded at the Triennale di Milano in 1956.
Bibliography: G. Gramigna, Repertorio 1950-1980, Mondadori, 1985, p.90.

  • Height 82 cm / 32 "
  • Width 46 cm / 18 14"
  • Depth 55 cm / 21 "


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  • Year Circa 1954
  • Medium Teak, metal
  • Country Italy
  • Condition Good vintage condition, 2 seats as slightly cracked