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2 IKEA Impala Lounge Chair - 2 Red Vintage Impala Armchairs - Gillis Lundgren for IKEA, 1972

2 IKEA Impala Lounge Chair - 2 Red Vintage Impala Armchairs - Gillis Lundgren for IKEA, 1972

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Brand IKEA Designer

Regular price 6.430,00 €
Regular price Sale price 6.430,00 €
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Dimensions

  • Height in cm: 72.0
  • Depth in cm:
  • Width in cm: 75.0
  • Seat height in cm: 25.0

Color

  • primary color: red, chrome
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Zustand: good condition

IKEA Impala Lounge Chair Designed by Gillis Lundgren, 1972 Rare chrome frame lounge chair with deep carmine red upholstery.

Sold as a pair. Year of Manufacture : 1972 Condition : 9.5/10, almost flawless given its age H 72cm x W 75cm x D 110cm.

Very rare and beautiful lounge chair 'Impala'. Designed by Gillis Lundgren for IKEA in 1972.

The company began producing the series in 1972, but stopped the following year because it was too expensive to produce. Today, it is one of IKEA's most sought-after vintage furniture pieces.

The vibrant upholstery rests on a tubular steel frame, a faithful reflection of the fervor for curvilinear silhouettes of the time.

I bought them from a private seller in Sweden who was the only owner of them and bought them in the 1970s when they were first released.

IMPALA was designed by Gillis Lundgren. Ingvar Kamprad was very open about the fact that he didn't believe in IMPALA. He found the shape too 'difficult', and bet Gillis a bottle of whisky it wouldn't sell. He lost the bet when IMPALA became a huge seller, and Gillis won the whisky.

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