Contemporary low sideboard in glass and steel by Sottsass Associati
Contemporary low sideboard in glass and steel by Sottsass Associati
Contemporary low sideboard in glass and steel by Sottsass Associati
Contemporary low sideboard in glass and steel by Sottsass Associati
Contemporary low sideboard in glass and steel by Sottsass Associati
Contemporary low sideboard in glass and steel by Sottsass Associati

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SA 02 Sottsass Collection

Sottsass Collection

Sideboard with bright steel base. Unit in red aniline-dyed maple, 4 hinged doors, sides, back and top in transparent ultra-light glass. On request satin glass available.

SA 02 is a sculptural piece of the Sottsass collection and it exemplifies Laurameroni concept of essential luxury, emphasizing its solid contemporary culture. The use of red aniline-dyed maple strongly characterized this product, which is immediately identifiable, for all those clients who are looking for unique design elements.

Sideboard with bright steel base. Unit in red aniline-dyed maple, 4 hinged doors, sides, back and top in transparent ultra-light glass. On request satin glass available.

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SA 02 is a sculptural piece of the Sottsass collection and it exemplifies Laurameroni concept of essential luxury, emphasizing its solid contemporary culture. The use of red aniline-dyed maple strongly characterized this product, which is immediately identifiable, for all those clients who are looking for unique design elements.

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Sottsass Associati

While in the 1980s the Memphis movement was attracting enormous attention for its energy, Ettore Sottsass was setting up a design consultancy firm, which he gave the name of Sottsass Associati. The studio, founded in 1980, gave the possibility to create large-scale architecture and to deal with the interior design of important international companies. The study was based on the cultural guidance of Ettore Sottsass and the work done by the talent and energy of his associates. Over the years, several associates have come and gone, often to open their own practice; among these, there are young designers and architects such as Johanna Grawunder, Marco Zanini, Matteo Thun, Aldo Cibic, Marco Susani, James Irvine, Mike Ryan, Gerry Taylor, Christoph Radl, Mario Milizia and Christopher Redfern. Sottsass associates are now located in London and Milan and continue to support the firm's work, philosophy and culture.

Sottsass Associati

While in the 1980s the Memphis movement was attracting enormous attention for its energy, Ettore Sottsass was setting up a design consultancy firm, which he gave the name of Sottsass Associati. The studio, founded in 1980, gave the possibility to create large-scale architecture and to deal with the interior design of important international companies. The study was based on the cultural guidance of Ettore Sottsass and the work done by the talent and energy of his associates. Over the years, several associates have come and gone, often to open their own practice; among these, there are young designers and architects such as Johanna Grawunder, Marco Zanini, Matteo Thun, Aldo Cibic, Marco Susani, James Irvine, Mike Ryan, Gerry Taylor, Christoph Radl, Mario Milizia and Christopher Redfern. Sottsass associates are now located in London and Milan and continue to support the firm's work, philosophy and culture.