Modern luxury limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood designed by Emilio Tadini
Modern luxury limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood designed by Emilio Tadini
Modern luxury limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood designed by Emilio Tadini
Modern luxury limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood designed by Emilio Tadini

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E.T. 1 Intarsia Limited Edition

Intarsia Limited Edition

Sideboard with brushed metal legs, inlaid doors and matt lacquered veneered structure in maple wood. Fitted with push-pull doors and one internal shelf, it is also available in the hanging version.


E.T.1 sideboard is produced in a Limited Edition of 33 multiples only.

This sideboard, thanks to inlay technique, represents one of the artistic creation of Emilio Tadini reproducing a unique painting in which the bright colours emphasize the expressiveness of the faces portrayed. The result is a sideboard which is at the same time a unique piece of art, designed for the most sophisticated clients.

Sideboard with brushed metal legs, inlaid doors and matt lacquered veneered structure in maple wood. Fitted with push-pull doors and one internal shelf, it is also available in the hanging version.


E.T.1 sideboard is produced in a Limited Edition of 33 multiples only.

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This sideboard, thanks to inlay technique, represents one of the artistic creation of Emilio Tadini reproducing a unique painting in which the bright colours emphasize the expressiveness of the faces portrayed. The result is a sideboard which is at the same time a unique piece of art, designed for the most sophisticated clients.

Laurameroni limited edition sideboards in inlaid wood artisanal craftsmanship for an artistic and exclusive interior design Laurameroni limited edition sideboards in inlaid wood artisanal craftsmanship for an artistic and exclusive interior design

Limited edition sideboards like true art pieces

Famous artists and designers well known on the international scene such as Aldo Rossi, Emilio Tadini, Bruno Gregori, Hsiao Chin, Robert and Trix Haussmann and Fausta Squatriti exclusively created for Laurameroni paintings to be reproduced, using the ancient inlay technique, on a sideboard characterized by essential lines.
Laurameroni Art Collection sideboards feature a mosaic created through various kind of wood veneers, in different essences and colours, patiently combined to reproduce the artist's original painting.

 

The Intarsia Collection was created to appreciate and relive the local tradition of an ancient technique: that of inlay. They are a product designed to be reproduced in a limited edition and in numbered pieces, signed and certified by the artists and craftsmen themselves.
Intarsia also represents direct contact with simple and pure raw materials, taking shape through the manual skill and scrupulous dedication of our craftsmen, reinvented and modernized by the imagination and experience of our designers.

 

The sideboards of the Intarsia Collection are design furniture transformed into real paintings.

Limited edition sideboards like true art pieces

Famous artists and designers well known on the international scene such as Aldo Rossi, Emilio Tadini, Bruno Gregori, Hsiao Chin, Robert and Trix Haussmann and Fausta Squatriti exclusively created for Laurameroni paintings to be reproduced, using the ancient inlay technique, on a sideboard characterized by essential lines.
Laurameroni Art Collection sideboards feature a mosaic created through various kind of wood veneers, in different essences and colours, patiently combined to reproduce the artist's original painting.

 

The Intarsia Collection was created to appreciate and relive the local tradition of an ancient technique: that of inlay. They are a product designed to be reproduced in a limited edition and in numbered pieces, signed and certified by the artists and craftsmen themselves.
Intarsia also represents direct contact with simple and pure raw materials, taking shape through the manual skill and scrupulous dedication of our craftsmen, reinvented and modernized by the imagination and experience of our designers.

 

The sideboards of the Intarsia Collection are design furniture transformed into real paintings.

Laurameroni limited edition sideboards in inlaid wood artisanal craftsmanship for an artistic and exclusive interior design Laurameroni limited edition sideboards in inlaid wood artisanal craftsmanship for an artistic and exclusive interior design

E.T.1: a dream journey through time and space

Emilio Tadini was an Italian painter, writer, poet, essayist, playwright, translator and journalist, president of the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan from 1997 to 2000.
His artistic work was intense and fruitful, and he devoted himself to painting and drawing, sculpture, the application of art in textile and furniture design and advertising.

 

Emilio Tadini is considered one of the most original characters of the post-World War II cultural debate in Italy and is an exponent of an art populated by a surreal atmosphere in which literary, dreamlike elements, characters and everyday objects converge. In fact, in his works the laws of space and time, as well as those of gravity, are totally canceled.

 

Reading the concept expressed by the E.T.1 sideboard, as well as all his works, requires tools of a conceptual nature. The apparently simple and immediate images hide multiple meanings, expressing the most introspective and personal, sometimes intellectual, political and critical variants of British Pop Art.

Laurameroni limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood by Emilio Tadini for an artistic and exclusive interior design Laurameroni limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood by Emilio Tadini for an artistic and exclusive interior design

E.T.1: a dream journey through time and space

Emilio Tadini was an Italian painter, writer, poet, essayist, playwright, translator and journalist, president of the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan from 1997 to 2000.
His artistic work was intense and fruitful, and he devoted himself to painting and drawing, sculpture, the application of art in textile and furniture design and advertising.

 

Emilio Tadini is considered one of the most original characters of the post-World War II cultural debate in Italy and is an exponent of an art populated by a surreal atmosphere in which literary, dreamlike elements, characters and everyday objects converge. In fact, in his works the laws of space and time, as well as those of gravity, are totally canceled.

 

Reading the concept expressed by the E.T.1 sideboard, as well as all his works, requires tools of a conceptual nature. The apparently simple and immediate images hide multiple meanings, expressing the most introspective and personal, sometimes intellectual, political and critical variants of British Pop Art.

Laurameroni limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood by Emilio Tadini for an artistic and exclusive interior design Laurameroni limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood by Emilio Tadini for an artistic and exclusive interior design

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Emilio Tadini

Emilio Tadini was an Italian painter, writer, poet, essayist, dramatist, translator and journalist, president of the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan from 1997 to 2000. He began his literary activity in Elio Vittorini's Polytechnic magazine in 1947, with the publication of essays, short stories, poems and monologues. He exhibited his first works in the 1960s and was sent to the Venice Biennale in 1978 and 1982. In 2001 a retrospective of his works was presented in Milan. He also was an art and literary critic for Corriere Della Sera. He died in Milan on September the 25th 2002, at the age of 75. In his memory, a museum was founded in Milan in 2008, Spazio Tadini, part of the Storie Milanesi circuit.

Emilio Tadini

Emilio Tadini was an Italian painter, writer, poet, essayist, dramatist, translator and journalist, president of the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan from 1997 to 2000. He began his literary activity in Elio Vittorini's Polytechnic magazine in 1947, with the publication of essays, short stories, poems and monologues. He exhibited his first works in the 1960s and was sent to the Venice Biennale in 1978 and 1982. In 2001 a retrospective of his works was presented in Milan. He also was an art and literary critic for Corriere Della Sera. He died in Milan on September the 25th 2002, at the age of 75. In his memory, a museum was founded in Milan in 2008, Spazio Tadini, part of the Storie Milanesi circuit.