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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

 

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

Price per unit

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

Coffee table designed by Studio Superego, made in black Marquina marble with agates of different colors and with brass legs. Single edition.

Measurements: Diameter 100 x H 50 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 designed by the Milanese studio Studio Superego. Made of ten-centimeter thick plexiglas decorated with agates. Edition 1/1.

Measurements: W 150 x D 70 x H 45 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 Pavlova 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 85 x D 75 x H 50 cm

Coffee table designed by the Milanese studio Studio Superego, made of plexiglass of different colors with seven centimeters thick and legs finished in brass. Single Edition.

Measurements: W 149 x D 70 x H 45 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.

Sculptural coffee table mod. Dripping designed by Mattia Bonetti. Structure made of polyurethane fiber and methacrylate top. Italy, 2017.

Measurements: W 150 x D 110 x H 46 cm

 

“Mattia Bonetti's artistic creativity has no limits. He has the skill and imagination to create a variety of artistic worlds. From the most meticulous and exact to the strangest and extravagant, his works are always very diverse. Jacques Granges, interior designer.

Mattia Bonetti, born in 1952, lives in Paris and stands out as an artist and designer. His work has received ratings of being whimsical, surreal and unique.

Bonetti, who was born in Lugano, Switzerland, constantly fusing the boundaries between art and design, initially studied textile design at the Centro Scolastico per l’Industria Artistica. Bonetti moved to Paris in 1972 and initially worked in his chosen field of textile design, but later developed a career as a stylist and photographer.

Working on black and white films, Bonetti filmed miniature interiors that he had made by hand, which in turn led to his love of furniture. Bonetti's work has always begun with a freehand sketch, which is then crafted in materials such as patinated bronze, gilding, acrylic, wood, rock crystal, marble, glass and precious stones.

Bibliography

Mattia Bonetti. Published by Editions Louvre Victoire. 640 pages, 2015

“IKB” model coffee table designed by the French artist Yves Klein (1928-1962). Table composed of a box made of perplex with a glass top lid inside which Klein blue pigments are distributed in powder format. Legs made of stainless steel. This piece contains a certificate of authenticity from the publisher at the bottom as well as the numbering. Original design from 1963 and edited by Yves Klein Estate Paris.

This piece contains at the bottom a certificate of authenticity from the publisher as well as numbering. Original design from 1963 and edited by Yves Klein Estate Paris.

Measurements: W125 x D 100 x H 35 cm

 

Yves Klein, the monochrome. Neodadaist, Pop, Abstract... We could label his work with hundreds of words, without defining any of them. In the end, the artist invented the concept of Noveau Réalisme, which is one of the numerous avant-garde artistic trends of the 60s that sought in some way to unite life and art.

Klein's work is almost exclusively monochromatic, and in fact in the end he only used one color, International Klein Blue (IKB). He also did numerous artistic actions such as painting women's bodies blue (anthropometry), recording a long monotonous chord, exposing an empty room (there were 3,000 people queuing to see it) or stamping rain on a canvas while driving at 110 kilometers per hour.

Measurements: W 125 x D 100 x H 38 cm

Mod. "On the Road" coffee table desgined by Superego Studio. Stainless steel structure and transparent plexiglass top with purple elements. Limited edition of 2 pieces, designed and manufactured by Studio Superego, Italy 2020.

Measurements: W 118 x D 88 x H 44

 

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.

Table «xxx» designed by Johanna Grawunder in 2009 and edited by Glas Italia. Made of transparent pink, orange and yellow glass. 6 + 6 mm stratified glass top in pink. 2017.

Measurements: Diameter 80 x H 30 cm

 

Johanna Grawunder is a designer and artist working on a wide range of projects, ranging from color installations and large street lighting projects to architectural interventions, interior designs and limited edition furniture.

Additionally, he has created lighting collections for Carpenters Workshop Gallery in the United States and Europe. His versatility has allowed him to collaborate with prominent architects and designers, creating custom lighting installations for his projects. In addition, he has designed products for important companies such as Flos, Boffi and GlasItalia.

With a background in architecture, Johanna Grawunder was drawn to the world of lighting from the beginning of her career. She has sought to integrate architectural principles and scale, unconventional building materials and advanced lighting technology into her designs.

His work is in collections at various museums, including the High Museum of Atlanta, LACMA, CNAP, SFMOMA, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Denver Art Museum, and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. from Paris.

Johanna Grawunder has left a significant mark on the world of contemporary art and design with her innovative lighting designs and interdisciplinary approach.

Rectangular coffee table designed by Paolo Piva for B&B Italia, made with a lacquered steel structure and transparent glass top.

Measurements: W 118 x D 180 x H 25.5 cm

 

Paolo Piva (1950-2017) was a prominent Italian architect and designer. He studied architecture at the IUAV in Venice and graduated in 1973. Early on, he designed furniture for Adria Fama and later focused on architectural projects, teaching and product design.

His collaboration on an exhibition on social housing in Vienna took him to Vienna, where he taught design since 1988 and lived with his family. Piva stood out for his focus on functionality and innovation in furniture design, leaving a lasting legacy in the design industry.

 

 

References:

Domus n. 541, Dicembre 1974

Contemporary coffee table with cylindrical structure in black lacquered metal and solid brass profiles. Top made up of a colored concave mirror and transparent glass on the top. Italy XXI century.

Measurements: Dimeter 83 x H 40 cm

Coffee table designed by the Milanese studio Studio Superego. Made of ten-centimeter thick plexiglas decorated with agates. Edition 1/1.

Measurements: W 150 x D 70 x H 45 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.

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