Paolo Deganello 'Aeo' Chair for Archizoom Group, Cassina, 1973
Lounge Chairs Pair 'Aeo' by Paolo Deganello - 1973
'Aeo' chair by Paolo Deganello for Cassina. Comfortable Model AEO lounge chair by Paolo Deganello was designed in 1973. It has a orange leather seat and a suede grey back. This is a version with an armrest and is no longer in production.
As seen in the last pictures, we have different colorways of this iconic design available.
The AEO chair was the last product from the Archizoom group and was designed by Paolo Deganello in 1973 as an unconventional interpretation of a contemporary armchair. Using experimental materials, the piece was originally available for self-assembly. A wide array of upholstery options were on offer, which enhanced the chair’s potential for personalization. The quintessence of functionality and versatility, AEO is thus typical of a Cassina piece, since it can be taken apart and washed, while being light and comfortable, the perfect partner for any space and style.
Born at Este, Padua, in 1940, Paolo Deganello graduated in architecture at Florence in 1966, From 1963 to 1974 he was engaged in town planning for the council, of Calenzaro (Florence). In 1966 he founded the Archizoom Associates studio, together with Andrea Branzi, Gilberto Corretti and Massimo Morozzi, which closed in 1972. He continued with his private practice as architect and designer in Milan, with commissions in Italy and abroad.
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