Livia Chair.

A comfortable and generous Italian dining chair

The Livia Chair is a timeless Italian design, with sleek lines rendering a sophisticated symmetry. Designed in 1937 by Gio Ponti, the Livia reflects both his creative mind and his focus on harmony between form and function.

Constructed from European Beech with a plywood seat, this contemporary design is available in any colour, allowing the same chair to look unique in a variety of different environments.

Generous dimensions allow for a comfortable dining experience for your customers. The Livia Chair is the ideal solution for cafes and restaurants seeking a classic and versatile style.

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European Beech with plywood seat
Stained or painted in any colour
845h x 405w x 460d - Seat 450h
Indoor use
Lead Time
Frames stocked
Finished to order - 2 weeks
3 year commercial warranty

Sophistication through simplicity

In a world full of excess, the minimalist design of the Livia Chair is a breath of fresh air. This design stands alone through expressing only it’s most essential and necessary elements.


About the Designer - GIO PONTI

Milan, 1891 - 1979. Right from the start, this eclectic character was active in the fields of architecture, painting, graphics and set design. He graduated from Milan Polytechnic in 1920. In 1926, with editor Gianni Mazzocchi, he founded the magazine Domus, staying on as editor until his death. He was one of the promoters of the Compasso d’Oro Award and a founder member of the ADI (Italian association for industrial design), as well as curating programmes for the Milan Triennale on many occasions and teaching at Milan Polytechnic. He designed numerous famous public and private buildings, including the houses in Via De Togni, the tower-house in Corso Venezia, offices for RAI and Ferrania, the Littoria tower in Parco Sempione, the Pirelli skyscraper in Milan, Taranto Cathedral, Villa Planchart in Caracas, and Denver Museum of Modern Art.

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