Vintage Bellini Bambole Chair

Designed by Mario Bellini

Vintage Bellini Bambole Chair

Price for 1 Chair (Sold As A Set of 2)



This beautiful pair of Le Bambole Chairs were originally designed and engineered by Mario Bellini, for B&B Italia. Icons of the Seventies and winners of the "Compasso d'Oro" in 1979. The “frame” is made of vertical edges or elastic membranes that merge shape and fabric. Bellini said, "are not upholstered in fabric, but built in fabric". What makes them special is the apparent absence of a supporting structure, the extreme naturalness of their shape, the synthesis of comfort, softness and elasticity that their appearance communicates effectively.

Style: Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
Period: Circa 1970s

Sold as a pair and cannot be purchased individually. Price displayed is for 1 chair. See in-store for details.

Elte's Vintage Collection brings you a range of stunning furniture and accessories, from mid century modern designs to classic designer pieces, carefully curated from all the world. As with all authentic vintage items, quantities are limited and pieces may show imperfections of age.

This item is sold as a set of two and cannot be purchased individually. Price reflects price per unit. See in-store for details.
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  • Width: 32”
  • Depth: 32”
  • Height: 28.5”


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Designer Spotlight

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Mario Bellini

A renowned Italian architect and furniture designer, Mario Bellini's extensive career began in 1963. The New York MoMa holds 25 of his works in their permanent design collection, in addition to decicating a personal retrospective to him in 1987.

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- Ken and Renee Metrick, Elte