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Rare bookcase designed by Angelo Mangiarotti for Skipper. Structure made of Carrara marble.
The bookcase is part of the "Loico collection" for the Skipper factory Italy 1970s .
Composed of two cylindrical pieces and four shelfs that fits perfectly into the cylinder.

The Loico Shelf by Angelo Mangiarotti features a sleek and minimalist design, characterized by clean lines and refined angles. It is crafted with high-quality, durable materials to ensure longevity and reliability. The seamless integration of form and function makes this shelf a timeless addition to any space, effortlessly enhancing its aesthetic appeal.

Angelo Mangiarotti, a renowned architect and designer, has left an indelible mark on the world of design with his innovative approach and exceptional craftsmanship. Known for his meticulous attention to detail and his ability to seamlessly combine functionality with aesthetics, Mangiarotti has become an influential figure in the design industry. His works are celebrated for their timeless elegance and enduring appeal.

The Loico shelving unit, created by Angelo Mangiarotti, exemplifies his visionary approach, making it more than just a piece of furniture: it is a testament to the genius of an architectural icon. Owning a Mangiarotti design not only adds a touch of sophistication to your space, but also grants you the privilege of owning a true piece of design history.

Dimensions:  W 218 x D 30 x H 150 cm


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, 199


Bar cabinet designed by Carlo de Carli for Fiarm Scorzè in the 60s. Solid wood structure with three doors and shelves in the interior and a cupboard. The piece has wheels in the back side.

Dimensions: W80 x D47.5 xH64 cm


Carlo De Carli (1910-1999) was a versatile Italian architect, designer, essayist and academic, whose career and thought had a profound impact on modern architecture and industrial design during the second half of the 20th century. His works stand out for their focus on functionality and contemporary aesthetics.

One of his most notable projects was the House for offices and homes in Milan, built between 1947 and 1949. This work marked the beginning of his outstanding career after the Second World War. In collaboration with the architect Antonio Carminati, he also designed the Teatro Sant'Erasmo in the basement of this building.

In addition, he participated in welfare and educational projects, such as the Opera Don Calabria complex in Cimiano, Milan, which included professional workshops, a middle school, a boarding house for the elderly and the Church of San Gerolamo Emiliani (1952-1965). He also designed the Nursing Home in Negrar, Verona (1955-1962), reflecting his commitment to caring for the elderly.

The Church of Sant'Ildefonso (1955-1956) in Milan is another of his notable creations, showing his skill for contemporary religious design.



Architettura. Spazio primario. 1 maggio 1982

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