The bookcase consists of two pillars of ash with brass tip ends. 4mm stainless steel tie rods. Anchoring elements of the rods are in burnished iron with the central rods in polished brass. The shelves are made of safety glass 3 +3 mm.. Shelf supports in ash with polished brass ends. Diagonal reinforcing tie rods for the shelves in polished brass.
Limited edition of n° 300 pieces. This model may be upholstered in leather and in fabric.
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A Tre Pezzi armchair, a very modern re-reading of the classic bergère, is composed of three elements which, with their clean geometry, are perfectly distinct one from the other: the deep seat, the back supporting ring (which describes a perfect semi-circle), and the half-moon headrest. The frame in tubular steel, painted matt black or chrome-plated, connects the padded elements.
Small table with frame and top in natural ash wood or ash wood stained black or American walnut.
Trestle table with frame and top in natural ash wood or ash wood stained black or American walnut. The assembly is by means of screws and two dark brass pulleys which ensure the stability of the frame.
The wooden frame is the result following the research aimed at simplifying the components which was the purpose of the project. The backrest and seat, with steel frame and polyurethane foam padding, are distinctive features of this small armchair. Available in natural ash wood, ash wood stained black or American walnut. Upholstery available in fabric or leather.
Alessandro Busana graduated in industrial design in 1999 from Scuola Italiana Design, and went on to found hOle designstudio”, a research and concept development agency that creates products for companies like Normann Copenhagen, Pedrali, Roche Bobois, Plust collection, and Smooth Plane.
The compositions go from sideboards and cupboards to bookshelves, with ground support or hung following symmetrical and asymmetrical plans, or even free-standing bookcases capable of structuring the architecture of a space. The basic components are the wooden oak shelves and vertical elements in aluminium which has been anodised or painted black.
Sotheby’s presents Les Lalanne: The Poetry of Sculpture, a selling exhibition featuring works by Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne, curated by Paul Kasmin and Michael Shvo, in the New York S|2 private sales gallery from 31 October through 22 November 2013.
Gallery Libby Sellers is showing Spaces In Between - a group show curated by the award-winning designer Aldo Bakker.
The first table in this series was designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1938 for her studio in Montparnasse. The model identified by Cassina as the most suitable for modern living spaces was on show at an exhibition at the Petit Palais in Paris in 2011 and is now being re-released. The table is in solid oak and has a rounded surface.