Nesporama Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Ugo Nespolo
Nesporama Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Ugo Nespolo

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Nesporama Intarsia Collection

Intarsia Collection

This project by Ugo Nespolo represents, against a black lacquered background, a linear sequence of brightly coloured figures arranged on pieces perfectly joint together like in a jigsaw puzzle, within harmoniously composed chromatic fields.

The collection of sideboards “Intarsia” is the result of the collaboration between Laurameroni design collection and the creativity of Italian craftsmen, that revive the relationship between workmanship and architecture. Intarsia presents inlay works of modern expression that take back the local tradition of this ancient technique. It is a collection of products designed to be reproduced only in 33 exemplars that are numbered, signed and certified by the author and by the enterprise. The sideboards of the Intarsia collection are useful cupboards you can enjoy as you enjoy a work of art.

This project by Ugo Nespolo represents, against a black lacquered background, a linear sequence of brightly coloured figures arranged on pieces perfectly joint together like in a jigsaw puzzle, within harmoniously composed chromatic fields.

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The collection of sideboards “Intarsia” is the result of the collaboration between Laurameroni design collection and the creativity of Italian craftsmen, that revive the relationship between workmanship and architecture. Intarsia presents inlay works of modern expression that take back the local tradition of this ancient technique. It is a collection of products designed to be reproduced only in 33 exemplars that are numbered, signed and certified by the author and by the enterprise. The sideboards of the Intarsia collection are useful cupboards you can enjoy as you enjoy a work of art.

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Ugo Nespolo

Ugo Nespolo was born in 1941 in Mosso (BI), he graduated at the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti in Turin. In the sixties he moved to New York, where he is carried away by the cosmopolitan city life and is fascinated by the emerging Pop Art, while in the seventies he militates in the conceptual and poveristi environments.
Relevant is his passion for cinema that will originate significant retrospectives dedicated to him in important foreign museums (Philadelphia, New York, London, Paris, Cologne, Beijing, Shanghai). He founded with Mario Schifano the Cinema of the artists and between 1967 and 1968 he made various films featuring friends and colleagues such as Enrico Baj, Michelangelo Pistoletto and Lucio Fontana as main characters. Despite US contaminations, he does not forget the influence of the European avant-gardes.  He is also interested in design and his research encompasses the attention to materials: wood, metal, glass, ceramics, cloth, precious stones. His art is, therefore, closely linked to daily life and full of conceptual contributions: "You can not make art without thinking about art."

Ugo Nespolo

Ugo Nespolo was born in 1941 in Mosso (BI), he graduated at the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti in Turin. In the sixties he moved to New York, where he is carried away by the cosmopolitan city life and is fascinated by the emerging Pop Art, while in the seventies he militates in the conceptual and poveristi environments.
Relevant is his passion for cinema that will originate significant retrospectives dedicated to him in important foreign museums (Philadelphia, New York, London, Paris, Cologne, Beijing, Shanghai). He founded with Mario Schifano the Cinema of the artists and between 1967 and 1968 he made various films featuring friends and colleagues such as Enrico Baj, Michelangelo Pistoletto and Lucio Fontana as main characters. Despite US contaminations, he does not forget the influence of the European avant-gardes.  He is also interested in design and his research encompasses the attention to materials: wood, metal, glass, ceramics, cloth, precious stones. His art is, therefore, closely linked to daily life and full of conceptual contributions: "You can not make art without thinking about art."