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Consola mod. MTC5 por Pepe Guerrero. Compuesta por 2 piezas escultóricas realizadas en travertino crema con poro abierto .  Edición limitada #33. Firmada y con número de serie.

Medidas: W130 X D30 X H 75 cm

«Reale» table designed by Carlo Mollino (1905 - 1973) made of solid cherry wood structure and lacquered in black. Edited by Zanotta. Italy 1950s.

Measurements: W 200 x D 200 cm

 

Carlo Mollino (1905-1973), born in Turin, Italy, was a notable and versatile character whose interests spanned various disciplines throughout his life. The son of an engineer, from a young age he was drawn to a wide range of fields, including architecture, furniture design, aeronautics and racing automobiles.

However, his curiosity was not limited to technical fields. Mollino also dedicated himself to photography, and is known for his series of polaroids of female nudes. Additionally, he participated in activities as diverse as skiing and the occult.

He began his career as an architect in 1930, designing a house in Forte dei Marmi that earned him the G.Pistono prize.

Mollino's work is characterized by sinuous, streamlined lines, as well as his modern approach to artisanal techniques.

His architectural style, influenced by figures such as Alvar Aalto and Erich Mendelsohn, has often been described as neo-baroque or neoliberty, as he avoided rationalism and its connotations, seeking a more organic and artistic expression in his work. His legacy continues to be influential in the world of design and architecture.

 

Bibliograpía: Poletti, Zanotta, Electa 2004, pag. 103

Table mod. Samo designed by Carlo Scarpa and edited by Simon. Composed of two sculptural bases and an oval top made of gray granite. Italy 70s.

Measurements: W 179 x D 126 x H 74,5 cm

 

His career in architecture began with collaborations in the studio of Vicente Rinaldo, where he managed several projects, including the Church of Travettore Rosa in Vicenza and the Pradipozzo bell tower in Oderzo in 1923, as well as the Church of Santa Maria di Sala in Venice and the Aviano bell tower in Udine in 1924.

Also like the Church of Santa Maria di Sala in Venice and the Aviano bell tower in Udine in 1924. In that same year, he obtained the title of competence in architectural design from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.

In November of that year, Scarpa began working as an assistant to Guido Cirilli at the University Institute of Architecture in Venice, where Cirilli taught architecture. He held this position until 1929. In December, he applied to register as an architect, although he was unsuccessful at that time.

Then, he joined Franco Pizzuto's company, where he worked on several projects in Fontaniva, Padova. These projects included the design of a villa for Juan Campagnolo, the construction of an industrial building with adjacent housing, a courtyard, the renovation of Angel Veil's villa, and the restoration of Aldo Martini's villa in Padua.

 

References:

G. Gramigna, Repertorio del design italiano 1950-2000, p. 180, Allemandi, 2003.

Jumbo coffee table . designed by Gae Aulenti for Knoll. Composed of four sculptural legs that support a square top, made of Carrara marble.

Gae Aulenti. She stood out as one of the few Italian women who achieved fame in the fields of architecture after World War II.

In the 1960s, Aulenti designed several series of furniture, first for the La Rinascente store and later for Zanotta, contributing to the world of furniture design with his creativity and talent.

Additionally, she played an important role as vice president of the Italian Association of Industrial Design (ADI). She where she influenced the promotion and development of industrial design in Italy.

In 1972, he participated in an influential exhibition called “Italy: The New Domestic Landscape” at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA). Together with prominent designers and architects of the time, such as Ettore Sottsass, Gaetano Pesce and others. This established him as a relevant figure in the world of design.

Aulenti's passion for the performing arts was also evident in his work in opera scenography, collaborating with opera director Luca Ronconi on productions such as Gioachino Rossini's “Journey to Reims” between 1976 and 1978.

Measurements: W 113 x D 113 x H 36 cm

Bibliography G. Gramigna, Repertorio del design italiano 1950-2000, p. 174, Allemandi, 2003.

“IKB” coffee table made of plexiglass and its blue pigment content, the transparent glass top and the four straight chrome-plated steel legs.

Rotraut KLEIN-MOQUAY signature on a label under the lid. 

El número de identificación de esta mesa es 97-AI13

 

Edition started in 1963 under the supervision of Rotraut Klein-Moquay, model registered by Yves Klein in 1961.

International Klein Blue (IKB) was registered on May 19, 1960 at the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI). The technical research for the development of this intensely blue color was an artistic act in itself. Yves Klein applied it to various supports and produced a prototype of a coffee table, which was both a work of art and a utilitarian piece of furniture.

 

Yves Klein was a multifaceted and avant-garde artist whose work challenged conventional art labels. His artistic approach encompassed various currents, including neo-Dadaism, pop art and abstract art, but in the end he invented his own current called “Noveau Réalisme”. In the 1960s, this trend sought to somehow merge life and art in a unique way.

 

 

Measurements: W 125 x D 100 x H 38 cm

 

Eros console designed by Angelo Mangiarotti (Milán, 1921 – 2012) for Skipper. Stunning rosso sardo marble console with top fitted on two conical bases, Italy, 1971

 

Dimensions: W 180 x D 45 x H 72 cm

 

Angelo Mangiarotti (Milan, 1921-2012) graduated in Architecture from the Politecnico di Milano in 1948. In 1953 he traveled to the United States to work and met Frank Lloyd Wright, Walter Gropius, Mies van der Rohe and Konrad Wachsmann.
There, he opened an architecture firm together with Bruno Morassutti until 1960. While working as an architect, whose works are published in books, specialized magazines and newspapers, he has an intense didactic activity carried out in different Italian and foreign universities.
Mangiarotti, as a designer, gives a very important role to plastic research. The objective of his research, which is always carried out carefully respecting the characteristics of the material, is the definition of the shape of the object as a quality of the material.

 

Rectangular console table designed by Milanese Studio Superego, made in multi-color and transparent plexiglass with eight centimetres thickness and feet of the legs finished in brass.

Studio Superego has embarked on a journey through the universe of the visual arts, in continuous comparison between fantasy and reality, with this spirit our projects/objects come to life.

Measurements: W 130 x D 50 x H 80 cm

Demistella" console table designed by Ettore Sottsass for Up & Up with structure in solid wood, heather root, lacquered wood and cylindrical legs in Marquina marble. Semicircular top in red marble.

Measurements: W 60 x D 45 x H 79 cm

 

Ettore Sottsass, born in Austria, stood out as an influential designer and architect. He lived much of his life in Milan because his father worked as an architect in that city. He began his education at the Turin Polytechnic and later became involved in the Italian army. There he was held in a concentration camp in Yugoslavia for most of World War II.

However, his greatest influence in the world of design came in the 1980s, when he co-founded the Memphis studio with other prominent designers such as Hans Hollein, Arata Isozaki and Michele De Lucchi, among others.

Ettore Sottsass, born in Austria, stood out as an influential designer and architect. He lived much of his life in Milan because his father worked as an architect in that city. He began his education at the Turin Polytechnic and later became involved in the Italian army. There he was held in a concentration camp in Yugoslavia for most of World War II.

In short, Ettore Sottsass was an influential designer and architect who left a lasting mark on the world of design, especially through his collaboration at the Memphis studio. There, his creativity and avant-garde approach contributed to redefining the design of furniture and objects in the 1980s.

 

Bibliography
Philippe Thomé, Ettore Sottasaa, Phaison-Electa, 2014, pp. 500.

Portmodernist table in arabescato marble designed by Carlo Scarpa for Cattelan in Italy, 1970s.

Measurements: Diameter 117 x H 73 cm

 

Alberto Carlo Scarpa was born on June 2 in Venice, the son of Antonio Scarpa, and Emma Novello, his second wife.

His career in architecture began with collaborations in the studio of Vicente Rinaldo, where he managed several projects, including the Church of Travettore Rosa in Vicenza and the Pradipozzo bell tower in Oderzo in 1923, as well as the Church of Santa Maria di Sala in Venice and the Aviano bell tower in Udine in 1924.

In that same year, he obtained the title of competence in architectural design from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.

In November of that year, Scarpa began working as an assistant to Guido Cirilli at the University Institute of Architecture in Venice, where Cirilli taught architecture. He held this position until 1929. In December, he applied to register as an architect, although he was unsuccessful at that time.

Then, he joined Franco Pizzuto's company, where he worked on several projects in Fontaniva, Padova. These projects included the design of a villa for Juan Campagnolo, the construction of an industrial building with adjacent housing, a courtyard, the renovation of Angel Veil's villa, and the restoration of Aldo Martini's villa in Padua.

 

References:

Bibliography G. Gramigna, Repertorio del design italiano 1950-2000, Allemandi, 2003.

Modular coffee table designed by LA Studio. This table is made up of three particularly asymmetrical pieces that form a square table. It is made with high-gloss white lacquered wooden pieces with the interior of each piece in different colors, yellow, pink and gray. These pieces are manufactured and produced by LA Studio.

Measurements: W 120 x D 120 x H 42 cm

Pair of tables designed and produced by Studio Superego. Made of ten centimeter thick plexiglass with agates and brass legs.

Studio Superego has embarked on a journey through the universe of the visual arts, in continuous comparison between fantasy and reality, with this spirit our projects/objects come to life.

 

Measurements: W 61 x D 54 x H 48 cm

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Side table handmade in stucco marble. This is a Unique piece and it has been manufactured in Spain. Contains wheels at the bottom.

Measurements: W 45 x D 45 x H 47 cm

 

 

Coral Rose coffee table designed by Von Pelt Atelier.

This coffee table is handmade as a unique piece for our studio. This is composed of epoxy resin, pigments, vintage glass, blown glass. marble powder, fiberglass and ends with a turned brass base. To keep your work in place, it ends with a ten (10) millimeter safety glass cover.

Both the Von Pelt centerpiece and other of his pieces are inspired by nature and resemble the structure of a meteorite that is intended to be reflected in the center of the table.

The Von Pelt Atelier is located in Berlin, Germany; There is the production of these tables

Measurements: W 114 x D 78 x H 46 cm

Arti table, halfway between design and art. Created by the Milanese Studio Superego, where warm and traditional materials such as Lebanese cedar wood are mixed with technical and avant-garde materials such as plexiglass.

Medidas: W 195 x D112 x H 40 cm

 

Studio Superego has embarked on a journey through the universe of the visual arts, in continuous comparison between fantasy and reality, with this spirit our projects/objects come to life.

Coffee table Mod. "Waves" designed by L.A. Studio. It contains a sculptural piece made of blue Murano glass encapsulated in a glass cube. Elevated on a piece of glass. Produced in Italy, year 2022.

Single Edition.

Measurements: W 120 x D 120 x H 35 cm

Pareja de mesitas auxiliares asimetricas revestidas en cerámica azul y latón. Realizadas de forma artesanal mediante la técnica japonesa Raku.  Estas mesitas son una pieza única, diseñadas en exclusiva para LA Studio. Fabricadas en Italia 2023

 

Raku-yaki, also known as Raku pottery, is an ancient utilitarian pottery technique of oriental origin. Although it is believed to have originated in Korea, it was in Japan where it was developed and gained widespread interest.

Starting in the 16th century, Raku attracted tea masters, who were influenced by Zen Buddhist philosophy and found great pleasure in working with this clay. During the tea ceremony, participants used to drink from vessels they had made themselves.

The Raku technique involves cooking at a low temperature, around 1,000 degrees Celsius, in a special oven. The pieces are removed from the kiln when the glazes have melted and then placed in a container filled with organic material.

This creates an atmosphere with little oxygen, known as a reducing atmosphere. This process produces a physical-chemical transformation that results in metallic effects, pearlescent surfaces and surprising changes in the color of the ceramic pieces.

 

Measurements: W 60 x D 62 x H 53 cm

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