Minimalist Daybed by Jorge Zalszupin - 1960s
This exceptional daybed from the 1960s, designed by renowned Polish-Brazilian architect and designer Jorge Zalszupin, is a testament to mid-century modern elegance. Crafted with a minimalist approach, it boasts a warm wooden frame with an inviting patina, supporting a high-quality off-white mattress. Its design seamlessly blends functionality and aesthetics, making it a rare and exquisite addition to any interior.
Jorge Zalszupin (1922 - 2020) was a prominent figure in modern design, known for his architectural and artistic contributions. Born in Poland and later relocating to Brazil, he played a crucial role in the Brazilian modernist movement. Zalszupin co-founded L'Atelier, a renowned furniture design manufacturer, and collaborated with renowned architect Oscar Niemeyer to create furniture for Brazil's capital, Brasília. His mastery of materials like plywood and chromed metal resulted in sensually elegant pieces, making L'Atelier a significant player in the Brazilian furniture industry and leaving a lasting legacy in the world of design.
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