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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

Boomerang desk designed by Arne Vodder. Solid teak wood structure and brass details on the legs. Composed of three drawers and a folding door. Denmark 60's.

Measurements: W 150 x D 88.5 x D 40 x H 74 cm

 

Arne Vodder was a prominent Danish designer, born in 1926, whose career and work in furniture design made him internationally recognized. Initially, he trained as a cabinetmaker and architect, and had the opportunity to study under Finn Juhl at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, graduating in 1947.

After completing his education, he began working as a designer at Hindsgaul, a firm in Copenhagen, where he specialized in office decoration.

However, what stands out most in Vodder's career are his furniture designs. His pieces were known for their simplicity and choice of natural materials, such as rosewood and teak. His designs were often inspired by natural forms and occasionally incorporated colored panels.

Throughout his career, he collaborated with several renowned brands, such as Fritz Hanson, France & Søn, Nielaus, Sibast and Kircodan (where he designed garden furniture), as well as working on interior design for the store Havemanns Magasin A/ S.

His furniture designs graced Jimmy Carter's White House, Anwar Sadat's presidency in Cairo and the United Nations Office in Geneva, as well as finding their way into hotels, banks and embassies around the world.

 

References:

Designmuseum – Danmark Furniture Index

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

Side table , unique piece designed by Superego with Kambaba jasper base from Madagascar. Structure and top in brass.

Measurements: Diameter 50 x H 61 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.

Pair of auxiliary tables made with a brass structure. Top and cylindrical base made of marble and tempered glass.

Measurements: Diameter 46 x H 54.5 cm

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

Pair of Arabescato side tables designed by Angelo Mangiarotti. They belong to the Eros collection that he designed for Skipper, Italy in the 70s. The word Eros refers to the male-female coupling of the top and the table legs.

Large table measurements: W 66 x D 45 x  H 71 cm

Small table measurements: W 55 x D 45 x  H 39 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.

“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

Dinning table model T102 designed by Osvaldo Borsani for Tecno. Composed of two sculptural curved bases made of chrome steel and Carrara marble top. Italy 1964

Measurements: W 200 x D 124 x H 67cm

 

Osvaldo Borsani was an Italian designer and architect who lived in the 20th century. He was born in 1911 and died in 1985. He was a very talented and creative person.

Borsani's work in designing elegant and functional furniture is well known. He created chairs, tables and other furniture that stand out for their style and comfort. His designs often combined high-quality materials with modern, attractive shapes.

In addition to being a furniture designer, Osvaldo Borsani also worked in architecture. He designed buildings and interior spaces with a focus on aesthetics and functionality.

During his lifetime, Borsani received awards and recognition for his contributions to the world of design and architecture. Today, his creations continue to be highly valued and recognized as examples of quality in Italian design.

In short, Osvaldo Borsani, a prominent Italian designer and architect, distinguished himself for his contributions in the fields of furniture design and architecture. His creations, characterized by their elegance and functionality, endure today and continue to be appreciated.

 

Bibliography

G. Bosoni, Osvaldo Borsani, architetto, designer, imprenditore, Skira, p. 473, 2018

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.

Measurements: 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.

Timeless masterpiece, red Persa marble table. Crafted in Italy during the 1970s, this table stands as a testament to unparalleled craftsmanship. Its generous dimensions of 300 x 150 cm provide ample space for luxurious dining or conversations. The oval-shaped tabletop accentuates the curves. Supported by rounded solid legs, meticulously carved with an artistic finesse, the table exudes a harmonious balance of strength and grace.

Measurements: W 300 cm x D 150 cm x H 80cm

Top thickness: 4cm

Table designed by LA Studio composed of two independent pieces of a sculptural nature. Made of Carrara marble and Arabescato marble, with details on top and brass bases.

Measurements: W 245 x D 105 x H 75 cm

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