DESIGNER IN FOCUS: ALDO TURA

Coroto Vintage Design Furniture Berlin

Born in 1909, Italian designer-maker Aldo Tura established his furniture production house in Lombardy in 1939. Working between the idioms of Art Deco and modernism, Tura created singular, high-end furniture and accessories that were typified by rich materials, sculptural forms, and high-end, artisanal techniques. Tura’s work has become highly collectible, especially examples with exotic finishes— like eggshell, goatskin, and parchment—in intense palettes of red, green, and yellow.

Tura was one of the most unique design talents of the Italian midcentury. In the postwar years, as many furniture producers were adjusting their production methods toward mass production, Tura remained committed to slow, traditional hand craftsmanship. He favored intricate, complex forms and labor-intensive processes that could never by replicated in a large-scale factory system. As a result, the number of works by Tura available on the vintage market remains limited.

In our collection, we carry dining chairs, tables, coffee and side tables as well as bars.

Midcentury Italian Sideboard in Beige Lacquered Goat Skin by Aldo Tura

Aldo Tura sideboard in beige lacquered goat skin

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Bar cart in brown lacquered goat skin by Aldo Tura

Beige Italian Midcentury Bar Cabinet by Aldo Tura in lacquered goat skin

Calice Bar Cabinet by Aldo Tura in lacquered goat skin

Mid-Century Modern Console Table Made of Laquered Goat Skin by Aldo Tura

Mid-Century Modern Console Table Made of Laquered Goat Skin by Aldo Tura

Mid-Century Modern Chest of drawers made of laquered Goat Skin by Aldo Tura

Mid-Century Modern Chest of drawers made of laquered Goat Skin by Aldo Tura

Mid-Century Modern Bedside Tables Made of Laquered Goat Skin by Aldo Tura

Mid-Century Modern Bedside Tables Made of Laquered Goat Skin by Aldo Tura

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Set of four Italian Mid-Century Modern High Back dining chairs by Aldo Tura