Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec
Silenzio Intarsia limited edition sideboard with inlays by Robert Hromec

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Silenzio Intarsia Limited Edition

Intarsia Limited Edition

Sideboard with brushed burnished brass legs, inlaid doors and structure. Fitted with push-pull doors, internal shelves and two drawers.


Silenzio sideboard is produced in a Limited Edition of 21 multiples only.

Thanks to the ancient art of wood inlays the outlines of the faces create a 3D effect of light and shadow and transform Silenzio sideboard into a unique piece of art. There are many ways to make meaningful and sophisticated pieces of furniture. To be different is to be unique. The technique should be only a means to an end. Among the most appealing aspects of Intarsia is the directness and swiftness of creating an image of incredible power and aesthetic strength.

With the use of different dyed veneers, the artist made a particular coloured impression, and so affected the way we perceive the piece. You can listen to silence and learn from it. It has a quality and a dimension all its own. Silence is a source of great strength and a journey of discovery at the same time. It gives meaning to our time.

Sideboard with brushed burnished brass legs, inlaid doors and structure. Fitted with push-pull doors, internal shelves and two drawers.


Silenzio sideboard is produced in a Limited Edition of 21 multiples only.

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Thanks to the ancient art of wood inlays the outlines of the faces create a 3D effect of light and shadow and transform Silenzio sideboard into a unique piece of art. There are many ways to make meaningful and sophisticated pieces of furniture. To be different is to be unique. The technique should be only a means to an end. Among the most appealing aspects of Intarsia is the directness and swiftness of creating an image of incredible power and aesthetic strength.

With the use of different dyed veneers, the artist made a particular coloured impression, and so affected the way we perceive the piece. You can listen to silence and learn from it. It has a quality and a dimension all its own. Silence is a source of great strength and a journey of discovery at the same time. It gives meaning to our time.

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Robert Hromec

Robert Hromec, born in 1970, received his MFA degree in painting from Hunter College in New York and his BA degree in printmaking from The City College of New York. He studied Fine Arts at the Pratt Institute (1990-1991); he was an assistant in the Department of Painting at Hunter College (1997-98) and worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (1992-1998). Hromec was awarded a Fine Arts Scholarship at the Slade School of Fine Art in London, and in 2002, to further broaden his horizons, he earned a degree in Bachelor of Arts from the Slovak Polytechnic in Bratislava. During his eight-year stay in New York, Hromec experiments with various artistic techniques until he reaches his own artistic language, which he calls “printpainting”. The optical illusion plays an important role in his latest "printpaintings", where an aluminium plate acts as a base. His award-winning work has been shown in over seventy exhibitions in the United States, Canada and Europe. In the summer of 1997, one of his paintings was included in a group exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Robert Hromec

Robert Hromec, born in 1970, received his MFA degree in painting from Hunter College in New York and his BA degree in printmaking from The City College of New York. He studied Fine Arts at the Pratt Institute (1990-1991); he was an assistant in the Department of Painting at Hunter College (1997-98) and worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (1992-1998). Hromec was awarded a Fine Arts Scholarship at the Slade School of Fine Art in London, and in 2002, to further broaden his horizons, he earned a degree in Bachelor of Arts from the Slovak Polytechnic in Bratislava. During his eight-year stay in New York, Hromec experiments with various artistic techniques until he reaches his own artistic language, which he calls “printpainting”. The optical illusion plays an important role in his latest "printpaintings", where an aluminium plate acts as a base. His award-winning work has been shown in over seventy exhibitions in the United States, Canada and Europe. In the summer of 1997, one of his paintings was included in a group exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.