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Freedom 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.

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. Presented is a version with red background, black words and red interiors. That is to say a brush-stroke by Andy Warhol on the essential furnishing of a Confucian essay.

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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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. Presented is a version with red background, black words and red interiors. That is to say a brush-stroke by Andy Warhol on the essential furnishing of a Confucian essay.

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Romeo Gigli

Romeo Gigli is an Italian fashion designer, born in 1949 in Castel Bolognese, who explored also the design world. 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 creation has been exhibited in Fashion Museums in London, New York and Antwerp. In 1993, he designed a limited edition of carpets and in 1997, for the first time, he worked on interior design, realizing glass objects and lamps.

Romeo Gigli

Romeo Gigli is an Italian fashion designer, born in 1949 in Castel Bolognese, who explored also the design world. 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 creation has been exhibited in Fashion Museums in London, New York and Antwerp. In 1993, he designed a limited edition of carpets and in 1997, for the first time, he worked on interior design, realizing glass objects and lamps.