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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

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.

Console designed by LA Studio. Composed of 3 pieces made of methacrylate with coloured pigments inside.

DIMENSIONS: W 150 x D 40 x H 90.5 cm

Serie Eros Console table designed by Angelo Mangiarotti and edited by Skipper. Composed of three sculptural pieces; one oval and two conical legs, made of Arabescato rosso marble.

Dimensions: W 180 x D 45 x H 72 cm

Angelo Mangiarotti was an important Italian architect and designer who lived during the 20th century. He was born in 1921 and passed away in 2012. He is known for his contribution to architecture and furniture design.

Mangiarotti was noted for his focus on functionality and simplicity in his designs. He believed that objects and buildings should be useful and durable. His furniture usually has clean and elegant lines.

In addition to being a talented furniture designer, he was also a successful architect. He designed several buildings in different parts of the world. His architectural works reflected his interest in geometry and structure.

Throughout his career, Mangiarotti received numerous awards and recognitions for his work in design and architecture. His creations are still appreciated and considered examples of timeless design.

In short, Angelo Mangiarotti was an Italian architect and designer who was noted for his focus on functionality and simplicity in his furniture and building designs. His work continues to be influential in the world of design and architecture.

Bibliography

Catálogo de producción de patrones; B. Finessi, sobre Mangiarotti, pág. 184, Catálogos Abitare Segesta, 2002.

Contemporary console model «Horizonte» designed and produced by Studio Superego. Made in seven-centimeter thick plexiglas decorated with quartz, agates, lapis lazuli, amethysts, corals.

Measurements: W 180 x D 50 x H 90 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.

Marble console designed by the Italian artist and designer Ettore Sottsass and produced by Ultima Edizione.

Made with a red Verona marble top, black Marquinia marble columns and white Carrara marble blocks. 1980.

Measurements: W 150 x D 64 x H 100 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.

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.

 

Bibliography

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

Consola de mármol modelo “Inca” triangular diseñada por Angelo Mangiarotti realizada de forma artesanal en piedra tipo serena y compuesta por tres bases escultóricas. Italia años 70.
Measurements:  W 220 x D 40 x H 72 cm

Angelo Mangiarotti was an important Italian architect and designer who lived during the 20th century. He was born in 1921 and passed away in 2012. He is known for his contribution to architecture and furniture design.

Mangiarotti was noted for his focus on functionality and simplicity in his designs. He believed that objects and buildings should be useful and durable. His furniture usually has clean and elegant lines.

In addition to being a talented furniture designer, he was also a successful architect. He designed several buildings in different parts of the world. His architectural works reflected his interest in geometry and structure.

Throughout his career, Mangiarotti received numerous awards and recognitions for his work in design and architecture. His creations are still appreciated and considered examples of timeless design.

In short, Angelo Mangiarotti was an Italian architect and designer who was noted for his focus on functionality and simplicity in his furniture and building designs. His work continues to be influential in the world of design and architecture.

 

 

References:
Domus n. 319, giugno 1956; D. Bona, Mangiarotti, p. 37, Il Palazzo di Cristallo, 1988; I. de Guttry, M. P. Maino, Il mobile italiano degli anni ‘40 e ‘50, p. 201, f. 10, Laterza, 1992.

Contemporary console model «Horizonte» designed and produced by Studio Superego. Made in seven-centimeter thick plexiglas decorated with quartz, agates, lapis lazuli, amethysts, corals.

Measurements: W 157 x D 50 x H 90 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.

«Demistella» model console designed by Ettore Sottsass for Up & Up made with solid wood structure, briar 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.

Pair of consoles designed by L.A Studio. Composed of French bases from the 70s with a sculptural shape, made of steel and white quartz top.

Measurements: W 160 x D 35 X H 75 cm

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