“Eros” round dining table designed by Italian architect Angelo Mangiarotti and edited by Skipper. Base and top made of polished Mondragone marble.
The ‘Eros’ series is emblematic of Mangiarotti’s rationalist and systematic approach to architecture and design.
Measures: Diameter 119 x H 74 cm
Mesa auxiliar de dos alturas atribuida a Gio Ponti (1891 – 1979), realizada con estructura de madera laminada revestida en palisandro. Patas metálicas lacadas en negro.
Medidas: W 80 x D 80 x H 70 cm
Se graduó en Arquitectura en el Regio Istituto Tecnico Superiore di Milano (actual Politécnico de Milán) y en 1921 abrió un estudio con Mino Fiocchi y Emilio Lancia. Debutó como proyectista en 1923 participando en la Bienal de Artes Decorativas de Monza. Dotado de gran vitalidad e imaginación pone su atención, además de en la arquitectura, en el diseño de muebles, accesorios, maquinaria, lámparas, textiles, cerámicas, objetos de vidrio, objetos para la mesa, exposiciones y producciones teatrales.
Mesita auxiliar cilíndrica realizada de forma artesanal en mármol y estuco. Contiene ruedas. Pieza única.
Medidas: Diámetro 45 x H 46 cm
Dining table designed by Angelo Mangiarotti from the “Eros” series for Skipper. Composed of four sculptural legs made by hand in Carrara marble.
Measures: W 200 x D 100 x H 73 cm
Table model “Guanabara” designed by Jorge Zalszupin and edited by L’Atelier. Composed of a curved large top, made of jacaranda wood using a collage technique that allows a combination of different colors and concrete oval shaped base, covered in its original cognac leather upholstery, Brazil, 1970s.
Measures: W 305 x D 120 x H 78 cm
Dining table composed of a four-legged central base made of rosewood and a yellow onyx top. Italy 50s.
Measures: Diameter 110 x H 78 cm
Console mod. “Demistella” designed by Ettore Sottsass and produced by Up&Up. Composed of solid wood and three different marble pieces. Italy 1980s.
Measures: W 60 x D 38 x H 79
Coffee table “Pavlova” designed by Von Pelt Atelier handmade as a unique piece in Berlin for L.A. Studio. The top is composed of epoxy resin, pigments, blown glass, marble powder, fiberglass with a 10 mm safety glass lid and base brass turned. Unique piece inspired by nature, Germany.
Measures: W 85 x D 75 x H 50 cm
Table Tractor “Traccia”, designed by Meret Oppenheim in 1936 and edited by Dino Gavina as part of the “Ultramobile” collection in 1970. Composed of oval top in gold leaf and sculptural base in solid bronze with the shape of legs of a heron. Italy 70s.
Measures: W 68 x D 53 x H 64 cm
Console table model “Inca” designed by Angelo Mangiarotti edited by Skipper, handcrafted in gray sandstone and composed of four sculptural pieces.
Measures: W 220 x D 40 x H 74 cm
Pair of side tables made of black marble, crystal and brass structure and details. Italian manufacture.
Measures: Diameter 46 x H 54.5 cm
Console “Horizonte” designed by Studio Superego, made in plexiglas with thickness 7 cm and decorated with quartz, agate, lapis lazuli, amethyst, corals.
Measures: W 180 x D 50 x H 90 cm
Dining table composed of two sculptural pieces of pink and white arabescato marble with brass details. This stunning table can be converted into a one composed table or in two separate pieces. Manufactured in Italy.
Measures: W 245 x D 105 x H 75 cm
Pair of Italian coffee tables designed by Studio Superego. Base made of solid brass and methacrylate of 10 cm thick with agates crimped on top.
Measures: W 60 x D 54 x H 48 cm
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Italian coffee table model “1774”, designed by Max Ingrand and manufactured by Fontana Arte. Structure made of enamelled steel with brass profile on each leg. Composed of an internal concave mirror and crystal top, circa 1960
Measures: Diameter 83 x H 37 cm
Contemporary birch solid wood desk with three colored lacquered drawers and conical legs finished in metal, Italy.
Measures: W 125 x D 65 x H 75 cm
Contemporary dining table inspired on Gio Ponti’s pattern. Made in wood covered with painted glass and with marble on top.
Measures: 218 x D 110 x H 74 / Top: W 218×D 110 / Base: W 90 x D 45 H 72
Set of two “Eros” series side tables designed by Angelo Mangiarotti, composed of two pieces made of Carrara marble, Italy 1970s.
Dimensions small side table: W 53.5 x D 47 x H 41
Dimensions big side table: W 65.5 x D 45 x H 71 cm
Angelo Mangiarotti was born in Milan on 26th of February 1921. He graduated in Architecture in 1948 at Politecnico di Milano. In 1953-1954 he works in the United States, participating also to the competition for Chicago “LOOP”. While leaving abroad he knew Frank Lloyd Wright, Walter Gropius, Mies van der Rohe and Konrad Wachsmann. In Mangiarotti’s design activity, whose theoric fundamentals are expressed in the book “In nome dell’architettura” published in 1987, he wanted to en light the essential characteristics of every object, since only an “objective” design is able to prevent any abuse against the user itself in order to become, instead, recognizable by the collectivity. The architectural language become the expression of a new relation between man and environment, while in Mangiarotti’s activity as a designer he give a very important role to the plastic research. The aim of his research, which is always led respecting carefully the material characteristics, is the definition of the object’s form as a quality of the material.