Born in Uruguay, Fernando Santangelo moved to NY in the '80s and made his name creating hot nightspot interiors. He went on to impress Los Angeles with his redesign of the famed Chateau Marmont. Equally adept at commercial and residential projects, Santangelo blends past and present, modern and romantic, and counts Bette Midler among his clients.
Inspired by midcentury Danish design, this chair has
sleek, modern lines and a rich Tuscan brown wood frame. The spice-colored upholstery is warm and inviting, making this a seat you will be drawn to sit in. Handcrafted in the USA. ...
Wonderful set of four George III-period dining chairs,
circa 1770. Highly developed carved and pierced backs with straight molded Marlborough legs and stretcher bases. Removable serpentine slip seats covered in a cotton velvet. Seats, 17"H. Age wear, repairs to splats. ...
Transitional Chippendale black-painted side chair, New England, 18th-century
(circa 1780); the shaped cresting and pierced vasiform splat continuing to a waxed cloth-upholstered seat and vase, block, and ring turnings. Seat, 16.5"H. Age wear.