The Milanese refinement of Paolo Buffa’s furniture

Milanese architect Paolo Buffa (1903-1970) started designing furniture, credenzas, cabinets and so on in the late 1920s, in Gio Ponti’s atelier. The studio was also where he met fellow citizen Antonio Cassi Ramelli, starting a productive professional and creative partnership.

Buffa’s neoclassic and inventive pieces were built by skilled craftsmen who used only the best quality materials, and were destined mostly to the apartments of Milan’s rich upper class.

Showcased in various editions of the Triennale, they gave Buffa great notoriety, allowing him to establish himself as one of the best furniture designers in the area.

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