Founded in Athens in 1900, VARANGIS is a historic manufacturing concern, specializing in the design and manufacture of fine furniture and bespoke home interiors, as well as the development and implementation of custom designs.
This includes innovative work environments, professional space solutions in partnership with leading firms, advanced architectural materials, historic building restoration, and turnkey interior architecture projects in the EU, the Balkans and the Persian Gulf.
Today we unveil some of their history as well as some of their modern chairs collection!
Being designers and makers of exclusive furniture and inspiring interiors, the firm carries a tradition of innovation. Inseparably linked with Greece and the Mediterranean. Attention to detail is the key differentiating factor through each project phase, from initial design and space configuration to the sourcing of fixed and movable equipment for professional spaces, banking institutions, retail networks, state-of-the-art conference facilities, landmark buildings, exclusive hotels and luxurious mega-yacht interiors.
Kotibé reddish-brown hardwood dining chair with curved back rail rectangular-shaped splat and stiles curving down to the seat. Tapered front legs.
Bergère with tall upholstered back in buttoned-leather. Arms sloping forward with carved handholds. Front Kotibé reddish-brown hardwood, cabriole legs, tapered.
A broad-width luxuriously upholstered chair, marquise over wooden frame. Seat with separate cushion. Plain skirt and base with edges outlined in contrasting white welting. Turned Kotibé front wooden feet fitted into brass shoes on casters.
The stiles are upholstered and may be outlined with brass tacks if desired. Saber type legs; rectangular and tapered out of Kotibe (a reddish brown hardwood from the Ivory Coast) curve inn below the seat surface and then flare out to feet.
Camel-back buttoned, low back bergére with slightly arched back upholstered over top rail curved up slightly at ends. Upholstered arms with scrolled tops. Seat upholstered. Seat rails and legs exposed in Kotibé wood.
Chaise –Longue with upholstered back topped by Kotibé reddish-brown hardwood rail. Stiles curve to form side seat rails. Arms curving down from back stiles in a continuous loop, ending in scroll at side seat rail. Upholstered seat fixed to front rail . Front legs rectangular and tapered, curving in below seat and then flaring out to feet.
The stiles are upholstered and outlined with brass tacks in the buttoned version. Saber type legs; rectangular and tapered out of Kotibe (a reddish-brown hardwood from the Ivory Coast) curve in below the seat surface and then flare out to feet.
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