A stylish pair of sleek black leather chairs, designed by Tito Agnoli for Matteo Grassi. This particular design is called Korium, translated it means dermis or skin, as the leather is stretched tightly over a metal frame, this seems an apt name. Made at the end of the 1970's this design was very popular.
Tito Agnoli born to Italian parents in Lima in 1931, returned to Italy after the second World War, where he studied at the Faculty of Architecture. After this he worked with Gio Ponti and Carlo De Carli, industrial design then became his chosen field, where he collaborated with the most important furniture companies. Agnoli has received nominations for the Compasso d'Oro, as well as receiving a gold medal,at the 1986 Chicargo Neocon.