Modern limited edition sideboard in wood with inlays designed by Aldo Rossi for luxury home
Inlays designed by Aldo Rossi for laurameroni intarsia sideboard
Modern limited edition sideboard in wood with inlays designed by Aldo Rossi for luxury home
Inlays designed by Aldo Rossi for laurameroni intarsia sideboard

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A.R. 2 Intarsia Limited Edition

Intarsia Limited Edition

Sideboard with brushed metal legs, doors with inlays and structure veneered in natural maple. Doors with push-pull system and fitted with one internal shelf. It is also available in the hanging version.

Aldo Rossi sideboard is a unique art element which combines a contemporary design with the ancient technique of inlays to create an exclusive product of design for customer looking for uniqueness and originality.

Sideboard with brushed metal legs, doors with inlays and structure veneered in natural maple. Doors with push-pull system and fitted with one internal shelf. It is also available in the hanging version.

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Aldo Rossi sideboard is a unique art element which combines a contemporary design with the ancient technique of inlays to create an exclusive product of design for customer looking for uniqueness and originality.

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Aldo Rossi

Aldo Rossi was an Italian Architect who graduated at the Politecnico of Milan in 1959. He followed the academic career and he soon became a regular professor in Milan and in Venice and, later, in Zurich and in the U.S.A. His main works are built in Germany, Italy, Holland, England, USA and Japan, among which we can mention: Carlo Felice Theater of Genova, Bonnefanten museum of Maastricht, Holland and the Isolato Schutzenstrasse in Berlin, Germany. He died in Milan in September 1997.

Aldo Rossi

Aldo Rossi was an Italian Architect who graduated at the Politecnico of Milan in 1959. He followed the academic career and he soon became a regular professor in Milan and in Venice and, later, in Zurich and in the U.S.A. His main works are built in Germany, Italy, Holland, England, USA and Japan, among which we can mention: Carlo Felice Theater of Genova, Bonnefanten museum of Maastricht, Holland and the Isolato Schutzenstrasse in Berlin, Germany. He died in Milan in September 1997.