Inca console table, Angelo Mangiarotti, Skipper, Italy - 1970's
DESCRIPTIONPietra serena console table, Angelo Mangiarotti, Skipper Italy, 1978. A development on the previous "Eros" system, the “Incas" range features the same structural idea in a different material, extra strong stone (initially proposed in Pietra Serena sandstone with a sanded finish, also ideal for outdoor settings). It has square-shaped tops and truncated-pyramid shaped legs with a trapezoidal section, so that only the two sloping planes have to withstand stress and strain due to the weight of the top, while the vertical planes do not in any way support the structural system. Angelo Mangiarotti, is one of the great names of Twentieth-century Italian design, a committed, cultivated and brilliant designer, capable of embracing the ideals of the Modern Movement and going beyond them with his experimental and extremely original designs. Like Mies van der Rohe, but with an engineering background; like Jean Prouvé, but with a freer and more creative spirit; like Constantin Brancusi, but in line with the construction technology of his time: this is Angelo Mangiarotti.
W 220 cm, D 40 cm, H 72 cm
Continental US€ 2400
Rest of worldPrice upon request
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