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The idea for Antropus originated in the late 1940s, when the Piccolo Teatro of Milan asked Marco Zanuso to design the sets and furnishings for the play “La Famiglia Antropus” [The Skin of Our Teeth] by Thornton Wilder. The renowned architect availed himself of the opportunity to craft a piece of furniture clad entirely in foam rubber, a highly innovative material at that time.
The ideal solution to contemporary decor needs in lounges, lobbies and executive offices, this armchair is a superb example of furnishings with excellent expressive, ergonomic and industrial potential. A timeless classic that renews its promise of modernity – contemporary from the 1940s to the present.
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Currently manufactured in polyurethane foam fill, the armchair is easily shaped into an amply sized, comfortable backrest and seat confined within the sharp, sinuous silhouette of the side panels.
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