Modern limited edition sideboard in wood with inlays designed by Romeo Gigli for luxury home.
Modern limited edition sideboard in wood with inlays designed by Romeo Gigli for luxury home.
Modern limited edition sideboard in wood with inlays designed by Romeo Gigli for luxury home.
Modern limited edition sideboard in wood with inlays designed by Romeo Gigli for luxury home.

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Freedom Intarsia Limited Edition

Intarsia Limited Edition

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


Freedom sideboard is produced in a Limited Edition of 33 multiples only.

To combine the purity of the shape with the full creativity of decor: an exercise of style “in the manner of Gigli” who reinterpreted the traditional console, turning it into a magic box. The rigorous two-door parallelepiped, supported by almost invisible feet, has been embellished through inlay work, thus becoming a real poster of wood-art: graffito-cries like “freedom”, “love”, “peace” wrap up the furniture in a spiral of cheerful restlessness in red and black. The red background is therefore decorated with black words, while the interiors are fully red. That is to say a brush-stroke by Andy Warhol on the essential furnishing of a Confucian essay.

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


Freedom sideboard is produced in a Limited Edition of 33 multiples only.

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To combine the purity of the shape with the full creativity of decor: an exercise of style “in the manner of Gigli” who reinterpreted the traditional console, turning it into a magic box. The rigorous two-door parallelepiped, supported by almost invisible feet, has been embellished through inlay work, thus becoming a real poster of wood-art: graffito-cries like “freedom”, “love”, “peace” wrap up the furniture in a spiral of cheerful restlessness in red and black. The red background is therefore decorated with black words, while the interiors are fully red. That is to say a brush-stroke by Andy Warhol on the essential furnishing of a Confucian essay.

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

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

Gigli's manifesto: Freedom and Love

Romeo Gigli is an Italian fashion designer.
His childhood is steeped in the history of art and antique books thanks to the profession of booksellers of his father and grandfather. He educates as an architect and spends four years living in Ibiza before moving to Milan.

 

Collaborator of Carla Sozzani, employer of Alexander McQueen, designer acclaimed by the Los Angeles Times. There are many successes of the designer.
The name Romeo Gigli is associated with a poetic approach transmitted by a perfect idea of style and elegant photographs of fragile, evanescent, androgynous, ethnic, princely, distant women.

 

In a new romantic vision, Gigli combines the purity of forms with the extraordinary creativity of decoration: an exercise in style that reinterprets our traditional sideboard by transforming it into a magical box.
Gigli exclusively creates for Laurameroni a painting that is also a poster and a manifesto. A graffiti decoration wrapping and giving character to the sideboard in a continuous spiral.

Laurameroni limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood by Romeo Gigli for an artistic and exclusive interior design Laurameroni limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood by Romeo Gigli for an artistic and exclusive interior design

Gigli's manifesto: Freedom and Love

Romeo Gigli is an Italian fashion designer.
His childhood is steeped in the history of art and antique books thanks to the profession of booksellers of his father and grandfather. He educates as an architect and spends four years living in Ibiza before moving to Milan.

 

Collaborator of Carla Sozzani, employer of Alexander McQueen, designer acclaimed by the Los Angeles Times. There are many successes of the designer.
The name Romeo Gigli is associated with a poetic approach transmitted by a perfect idea of style and elegant photographs of fragile, evanescent, androgynous, ethnic, princely, distant women.

 

In a new romantic vision, Gigli combines the purity of forms with the extraordinary creativity of decoration: an exercise in style that reinterprets our traditional sideboard by transforming it into a magical box.
Gigli exclusively creates for Laurameroni a painting that is also a poster and a manifesto. A graffiti decoration wrapping and giving character to the sideboard in a continuous spiral.

Laurameroni limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood by Romeo Gigli for an artistic and exclusive interior design Laurameroni limited edition sideboard in inlaid wood by Romeo Gigli for an artistic and exclusive interior design

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Romeo Gigli

Romeo Gigli, born in 1949 in Castel Bolognese, is a well known Italian fashion designer, who also had the opportunity, during his career, to explore the world of interior design. He studied architecture but soon became interested in fashion and started to work in an atelier in New York. Since then, his collections are famous all over the world and some of his creations have been exhibited in Fashion Museums in London, New York and Antwerp. In 1993, he designed a collection of carpets in a limited edition and in 1997, for the first time, he worked in the interior design field, realizing glass accessories and modern design lamps.

Romeo Gigli

Romeo Gigli, born in 1949 in Castel Bolognese, is a well known Italian fashion designer, who also had the opportunity, during his career, to explore the world of interior design. He studied architecture but soon became interested in fashion and started to work in an atelier in New York. Since then, his collections are famous all over the world and some of his creations have been exhibited in Fashion Museums in London, New York and Antwerp. In 1993, he designed a collection of carpets in a limited edition and in 1997, for the first time, he worked in the interior design field, realizing glass accessories and modern design lamps.