...And it almost certainly closely resembles the Spaghetti Chair by Giandomenico Belotti for Alias... Giandomenico Belotti was born in Bergamo in 1922, studied architecture at the University of Venice and although he doesn't belong to the high Pantheon of Italian furniture architects, with his 1980 Spaghetti Chair he created one of those timeless furniture design classics that never loses its allure...
The Italian designer and architect Giandomenico Belotti has enjoyed success across numerous creative fields, yet remains today best known for one particular object. Developed in 1979 for the Italian manufacturer Alias the legendary Spaghetti Chair was added to the permanent collection of Museum of Modern Art, MoMA, in 1983. Beyond the Spaghetti Chair Belotti has also developed numerous other seating designs for Alias, in addition to creating domestic, commercial and public architecture. Since 1992, Giandomenico Belotti has principally been active mainly in the fields of urban planning and industrial design.
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