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Design Gallerist – Modernist & art MixTuesday 28 February 2017
Design Gallerist: Modernist & art Mix
There is a new modernist aesthetic in the twenty-first century that mixes art with technology. It promotes a new concept between modern and vintage designs with an unexpected fusion of materials.
This time, Design Gallerist made a selection of timeless artistic and a whit of modern twists.
This special Rose Gold edition (without the SuperLumiNova) combines the unique Eclipse design with the gorgeous Rose Gold which is flattering for all skin tones and perfect for many occasions. Built with quality in mind, the Eclipse Metallic is constructed using 316L stainless steel casing and Milanese strap.
Metamorphosis Dining Table’s surface is made of walnut root veneer and includes special textured details that represent a fossil. This piece also embodies high polished brass details to fill the stately base.
Indulge in the opulent essence of Art Deco design with the Decadence Bookcase. Two ornate metal semi-circles are joined in a glamorous union by sleek glass shelves and her backless design allows for the perfect canvas to store your simple pleasures.
4 – HAUMEA Gallotti&Radice design by Massimo Castagna
Coffee table in 10 mm transparent extra-light tempered glass. Black (mod. Layer) open pore or rust lacquered wooden base. Bright brass, hand burnished brass, coppered brass or black chromed metal parts.
5 – Lounger For BD
The contrasts and sophistication which lend personality to Jaime Hayons work are represented in the Showtime collection which ranges from vases to chairs. Now it is completed with a new piece that will also satisfy those who have more classical tastes: The Lounger. An elegant and comfortable wing chair. With one colour finishes and optional footrest.
Like the vintage radios, this console would make you look twice. No, it’s not a giant radio but a rare wood & gold sideboard. The sleek outline of this unique mid-century modern piece makes you surrender to the Scandinavian design every time that you look at it. Solid walnut and golden plated brass are the exquisite materials that form this rare sideboard which could be perfect for your living room, dressing room or any room. It would make your retro home complete.
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Lake Como, in Italy, is known for its dramatic scenery. Inspired in its typical water lilies, COMO Armchair, totally made in cotton velvet, is a tribute to natural beauty.
Credenza – characterized by contemporary patterns, colours, and materials – is produced in Italy by artisans skilled in the thousand years old manual technique of stained glass, generally used for the architecture and the decoration of churches. Besides its functionality, the elements of the collection designed by Patricia Urquiola and Federico Pepe (cupboards, screens, and low tables) get in touch with the space and also the light passes through each element.
9 – Diamond chair
Diamond is no doubt the poshest chair of the Zuiver family with its shiny copper-plated cantilever frame and rich fabric. It is so chic that one just does not want to sit down but ‘compose oneself on it’
10 – IT ONEoff Chair
IT ONEoff Chair, is a handmade chair, from carbon fiber covered with natural leather, coming from the most valuable Italian, specialized in yachts, cars, and airplane. It fits perfectly indoor and outdoor. Because this chair is very exclusive, they have on sale just 100 pieces of this beautiful modern chair, so you have to hurry up and make a request.
Turner Wall is an instant eye-catcher for your next project. Tina Turner’s dance moves inspired the rotating arcs for you to create your favourite composition and give your wall a new vibe. It is a classy choice with a mid-century design. The large arcs are in Brass with the shade in aluminium and you can customize the finishes.
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