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    Anna Castelli Ferrieri

    Kartell Componibili

    about the designer

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri is the embodiment of the Italian creative philosophy that advocates designing “from the teaspoon to the city.” Castelli Ferrieri has contributed designs to both. Castelli Ferrieri started designing for Kartell in 1966, after being chosen as the architect for their headquarters. Famous for its critical role in the introduction to the consumer market of plastic as an acceptable material, Kartell was instrumental in bringing such innovative designers to Kartell as Joe Colombo, Marco Zanuso with Richard Sapper, and Achille Castiglioni. In her own designs for Kartell, Castelli Ferrieri exploited new materials through innovative forms. For her “4970/84” container elements, Castelli Ferrieri treated the design as a mini architectural exercise, with units that are stackable and interchangeable based on the needs of the new lifestyle of the 1960s. For her beautiful and useful designs, Castelli Ferrieri has won numerous design awards, including the prestigious Compasso d’Oro, but the fact that most of her pieces are still in production bespeaks the highest praise.

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri

    Kartell Componibili

    about the designer

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri is the embodiment of the Italian creative philosophy that advocates designing “from the teaspoon to the city.” Castelli Ferrieri has contributed designs to both. Castelli Ferrieri started designing for Kartell in 1966, after being chosen as the architect for their headquarters. Famous for its critical role in the introduction to the consumer market of plastic as an acceptable material, Kartell was instrumental in bringing such innovative designers to Kartell as Joe Colombo, Marco Zanuso with Richard Sapper, and Achille Castiglioni. In her own designs for Kartell, Castelli Ferrieri exploited new materials through innovative forms. For her “4970/84” container elements, Castelli Ferrieri treated the design as a mini architectural exercise, with units that are stackable and interchangeable based on the needs of the new lifestyle of the 1960s. For her beautiful and useful designs, Castelli Ferrieri has won numerous design awards, including the prestigious Compasso d’Oro, but the fact that most of her pieces are still in production bespeaks the highest praise.

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    Ichendorf Milano

    Rings Oil Bottle

    about the designer

    In 2010, designer Ellen Van Dusen launched Dusen Dusen, a womenswear line known for its bold, original prints on versatile, wearable silhouettes. Each season, the Dusen Dusen collection is developed and inspired by fine art, commercial and naïve design, as well as the brain's reaction to color, movement, and contrast. In 2015, the brand expanded with the launch of Dusen Dusen Home, a textile and home goods line that includes bedding, throws, pillows, and towels. Ellen Van Dusen was born and raised in Washington, DC and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with her dog, Snips.

    Ichendorf Milano

    Rings Oil Bottle

    about the designer

    In 2010, designer Ellen Van Dusen launched Dusen Dusen, a womenswear line known for its bold, original prints on versatile, wearable silhouettes. Each season, the Dusen Dusen collection is developed and inspired by fine art, commercial and naïve design, as well as the brain's reaction to color, movement, and contrast. In 2015, the brand expanded with the launch of Dusen Dusen Home, a textile and home goods line that includes bedding, throws, pillows, and towels. Ellen Van Dusen was born and raised in Washington, DC and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with her dog, Snips.

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    Ichendorf Milano

    Fish Animal Farm Tumbler

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

    Ichendorf Milano

    Fish Animal Farm Tumbler

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

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    Animal Farm Fish Jug - Son of Rand
    Ichendorf Milano

    Animal Farm Fish Jug

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

    Animal Farm Fish Jug - Son of Rand
    Ichendorf Milano

    Animal Farm Fish Jug

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

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    Anna Castelli Ferrieri

    Kartell Componibili Square

    about the designer

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri is the embodiment of the Italian creative philosophy that advocates designing “from the teaspoon to the city.” Castelli Ferrieri has contributed designs to both. Castelli Ferrieri started designing for Kartell in 1966, after being chosen as the architect for their headquarters. Famous for its critical role in the introduction to the consumer market of plastic as an acceptable material, Kartell was instrumental in bringing such innovative designers to Kartell as Joe Colombo, Marco Zanuso with Richard Sapper, and Achille Castiglioni. In her own designs for Kartell, Castelli Ferrieri exploited new materials through innovative forms. For her “4970/84” container elements, Castelli Ferrieri treated the design as a mini architectural exercise, with units that are stackable and interchangeable based on the needs of the new lifestyle of the 1960s. For her beautiful and useful designs, Castelli Ferrieri has won numerous design awards, including the prestigious Compasso d’Oro, but the fact that most of her pieces are still in production bespeaks the highest praise.

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri

    Kartell Componibili Square

    about the designer

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri is the embodiment of the Italian creative philosophy that advocates designing “from the teaspoon to the city.” Castelli Ferrieri has contributed designs to both. Castelli Ferrieri started designing for Kartell in 1966, after being chosen as the architect for their headquarters. Famous for its critical role in the introduction to the consumer market of plastic as an acceptable material, Kartell was instrumental in bringing such innovative designers to Kartell as Joe Colombo, Marco Zanuso with Richard Sapper, and Achille Castiglioni. In her own designs for Kartell, Castelli Ferrieri exploited new materials through innovative forms. For her “4970/84” container elements, Castelli Ferrieri treated the design as a mini architectural exercise, with units that are stackable and interchangeable based on the needs of the new lifestyle of the 1960s. For her beautiful and useful designs, Castelli Ferrieri has won numerous design awards, including the prestigious Compasso d’Oro, but the fact that most of her pieces are still in production bespeaks the highest praise.

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    Dusen Dusen

    Pattern Bin by Dusen Dusen

    about the designer

    In 2010, designer Ellen Van Dusen launched Dusen Dusen, a womenswear line known for its bold, original prints on versatile, wearable silhouettes. Each season, the Dusen Dusen collection is developed and inspired by fine art, commercial and naïve design, as well as the brain's reaction to color, movement, and contrast. In 2015, the brand expanded with the launch of Dusen Dusen Home, a textile and home goods line that includes bedding, throws, pillows, and towels. Ellen Van Dusen was born and raised in Washington, DC and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with her dog, Snips.

    Dusen Dusen

    Pattern Bin by Dusen Dusen

    about the designer

    In 2010, designer Ellen Van Dusen launched Dusen Dusen, a womenswear line known for its bold, original prints on versatile, wearable silhouettes. Each season, the Dusen Dusen collection is developed and inspired by fine art, commercial and naïve design, as well as the brain's reaction to color, movement, and contrast. In 2015, the brand expanded with the launch of Dusen Dusen Home, a textile and home goods line that includes bedding, throws, pillows, and towels. Ellen Van Dusen was born and raised in Washington, DC and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with her dog, Snips.

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    Ichendorf Milano

    Travasi Decanter

    about the designer

    Astrid Luglio was born in Naples and currently lives, designs and teaches in Milan. In 2018 she founded her own studio and began collaborating independently with companies, galleries and individuals both in Italy and abroad. She is co-founder of the collective The Ladies' Room with which she starts a reflection on the renewed need for an involvement of the senses in contemporary design. From the very beginning Astrid chose glass processing as a technique for her design experimentation, seeking narrative and functionality in the products she designs.

    Ichendorf Milano

    Travasi Decanter

    about the designer

    Astrid Luglio was born in Naples and currently lives, designs and teaches in Milan. In 2018 she founded her own studio and began collaborating independently with companies, galleries and individuals both in Italy and abroad. She is co-founder of the collective The Ladies' Room with which she starts a reflection on the renewed need for an involvement of the senses in contemporary design. From the very beginning Astrid chose glass processing as a technique for her design experimentation, seeking narrative and functionality in the products she designs.

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    Artbook

    Virgil Abloh : Figures of Speech

    about the designer

    Virgil Abloh (1980-2021) was a fashion designer and entrepreneur, and the artistic director of Louis Vuitton's men's wear collection from 2018 to 2021. He was also CEO of the Milan-based label Off-White, a fashion house he founded in 2013. Born in Rockford, Illinois, to Ghanaian parents, he entered the world of fashion with an internship at Fendi in 2009 alongside rapper Kanye West. The two began an artistic collaboration that would launch Abloh's career with the founding of Off-White. Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2018.

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    Virgil Abloh : Figures of Speech

    about the designer

    Virgil Abloh (1980-2021) was a fashion designer and entrepreneur, and the artistic director of Louis Vuitton's men's wear collection from 2018 to 2021. He was also CEO of the Milan-based label Off-White, a fashion house he founded in 2013. Born in Rockford, Illinois, to Ghanaian parents, he entered the world of fashion with an internship at Fendi in 2009 alongside rapper Kanye West. The two began an artistic collaboration that would launch Abloh's career with the founding of Off-White. Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2018.

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    Ichendorf Milano

    High Rise Tumbler

    about the designer

    Keiji Takeuchi established his studio in Milan in 2015 after working for Naoto Fukasawa for over a decade. In 2016 he received EDIDA Young Japanese talent award by Elle Deco Japan. Today Takeuchi is collaborating with major international brands such as Boffi, De Padova, Living Divani, Geiger / Hermanmiller and others for various design projects.

    Ichendorf Milano

    High Rise Tumbler

    about the designer

    Keiji Takeuchi established his studio in Milan in 2015 after working for Naoto Fukasawa for over a decade. In 2016 he received EDIDA Young Japanese talent award by Elle Deco Japan. Today Takeuchi is collaborating with major international brands such as Boffi, De Padova, Living Divani, Geiger / Hermanmiller and others for various design projects.

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    Anna Castelli Ferrieri

    Kartell Componobili Bio

    about the designer

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri is the embodiment of the Italian creative philosophy that advocates designing “from the teaspoon to the city.” Castelli Ferrieri has contributed designs to both. Castelli Ferrieri started designing for Kartell in 1966, after being chosen as the architect for their headquarters. Famous for its critical role in the introduction to the consumer market of plastic as an acceptable material, Kartell was instrumental in bringing such innovative designers to Kartell as Joe Colombo, Marco Zanuso with Richard Sapper, and Achille Castiglioni. In her own designs for Kartell, Castelli Ferrieri exploited new materials through innovative forms. For her “4970/84” container elements, Castelli Ferrieri treated the design as a mini architectural exercise, with units that are stackable and interchangeable based on the needs of the new lifestyle of the 1960s. For her beautiful and useful designs, Castelli Ferrieri has won numerous design awards, including the prestigious Compasso d’Oro, but the fact that most of her pieces are still in production bespeaks the highest praise.

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri

    Kartell Componobili Bio

    about the designer

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri is the embodiment of the Italian creative philosophy that advocates designing “from the teaspoon to the city.” Castelli Ferrieri has contributed designs to both. Castelli Ferrieri started designing for Kartell in 1966, after being chosen as the architect for their headquarters. Famous for its critical role in the introduction to the consumer market of plastic as an acceptable material, Kartell was instrumental in bringing such innovative designers to Kartell as Joe Colombo, Marco Zanuso with Richard Sapper, and Achille Castiglioni. In her own designs for Kartell, Castelli Ferrieri exploited new materials through innovative forms. For her “4970/84” container elements, Castelli Ferrieri treated the design as a mini architectural exercise, with units that are stackable and interchangeable based on the needs of the new lifestyle of the 1960s. For her beautiful and useful designs, Castelli Ferrieri has won numerous design awards, including the prestigious Compasso d’Oro, but the fact that most of her pieces are still in production bespeaks the highest praise.

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    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP9-DZ

    Piano Cocktail Glasses in Dizzy

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen

    SP9-DZ

    Piano Cocktail Glasses in Dizzy

    about the designer

    Sophie Lou Jacobsen is a French-American designer currently based in New York City. She established her studio in 2019, with an initial focus on objects of everyday use, mostly using glass as a medium and exploring the interaction between object and user. Her work stems from the idea that objects have an innate power to enhance their user's mood through form and function. She focuses on simple objects and rituals, to see how she can alter these in ways that are surprising, delightful, and elevate the user experience. She believes that the objects which we surround ourselves with can and should be imbued with a certain poetry, creating a relationship between humans and objects built on mutual respect.

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    Travasi Olive Bowl
    Ichendorf Milano

    Travasi Olive Bowl

    about the designer

    Italian designer Astrid Luglio was born in Naples in 1988. She studied at NABA - the New Academy of Fine Arts - in Milan, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Product Design. Traveling has been part of her education in fact after the studies, Astrid has lived and worked in Melbourne where she freelanced for local clients, Ho Chi Minh City and Oslo where part of her family lives. Upon returning to Italy, she began working with Milan-based TourDeFork, a design studio inspired by food and culinary culture. In 2018, she founded her own independent studio and started to teach Design of Small Objects to international students at NABA, New Academy of Fine Art in Milan.

    Travasi Olive Bowl
    Ichendorf Milano

    Travasi Olive Bowl

    about the designer

    Italian designer Astrid Luglio was born in Naples in 1988. She studied at NABA - the New Academy of Fine Arts - in Milan, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Product Design. Traveling has been part of her education in fact after the studies, Astrid has lived and worked in Melbourne where she freelanced for local clients, Ho Chi Minh City and Oslo where part of her family lives. Upon returning to Italy, she began working with Milan-based TourDeFork, a design studio inspired by food and culinary culture. In 2018, she founded her own independent studio and started to teach Design of Small Objects to international students at NABA, New Academy of Fine Art in Milan.

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    Ichendorf Milano

    Animal Farm Bird Bottle

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is a Milanese designer that studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

    Ichendorf Milano

    Animal Farm Bird Bottle

    about the designer

    Alessandra Baldereschi is a Milanese designer that studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

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    Chiaozza

    Chiaozza Wall Hooks

    about the designer

    CHIAOZZA (pronounced “CHOW-zah”) is the collaborative studio of artists Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao. Based in New York City since 2011, the duo’s work explores play and craft across a range of mediums, including painted sculpture, installation, works on paper, public art, and set design. They have exhibited in solo shows at Wave Hill in The Bronx, NY; Vox Populi in Philadelphia, PA; Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY; Owen James Gallery in New York, NY; Cooler Gallery in Brooklyn, NY; CY Fiore in New York, NY; and Westchester Community College in Valhalla, NY, along with numerous group shows in the U.S. and internationally. The studio has installed public artworks in New York City and Gainesville, FL. Together, Frezza and Chiao have been artists-in-residence at Villa Lena (Tuscany, Italy), Kökarkultur (Kökar, Finland), Starry Night (Truth or Consequences, NM), The School of Making Thinking (Delancey, NY), The Lloyd Library (Cincinnati, OH), BRIC Media Arts (Brooklyn, NY), and Shell House Arts (Roxbury, NY),. In 2017, they installed an acre-spanning sculpture garden with 32 large-scale works for the Coachella Arts & Music Festival in Indio, CA.

    Chiaozza

    Chiaozza Wall Hooks

    about the designer

    CHIAOZZA (pronounced “CHOW-zah”) is the collaborative studio of artists Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao. Based in New York City since 2011, the duo’s work explores play and craft across a range of mediums, including painted sculpture, installation, works on paper, public art, and set design. They have exhibited in solo shows at Wave Hill in The Bronx, NY; Vox Populi in Philadelphia, PA; Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY; Owen James Gallery in New York, NY; Cooler Gallery in Brooklyn, NY; CY Fiore in New York, NY; and Westchester Community College in Valhalla, NY, along with numerous group shows in the U.S. and internationally. The studio has installed public artworks in New York City and Gainesville, FL. Together, Frezza and Chiao have been artists-in-residence at Villa Lena (Tuscany, Italy), Kökarkultur (Kökar, Finland), Starry Night (Truth or Consequences, NM), The School of Making Thinking (Delancey, NY), The Lloyd Library (Cincinnati, OH), BRIC Media Arts (Brooklyn, NY), and Shell House Arts (Roxbury, NY),. In 2017, they installed an acre-spanning sculpture garden with 32 large-scale works for the Coachella Arts & Music Festival in Indio, CA.

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    Selena Liu

    Serving Friends

    about the designer

    Selena is a designer exploring color, form, and humor to elicit joy and child-like energy. She embraces unconventional concepts and various mediums in her studio in Brooklyn, as both a prop stylist and exhibition designer. Balancing satire and function, her objects bring a sense of playfulness into commercial and residential spaces. Clients include Muji, Saturday Night Live, Glamour, Hypebeast, Macy’s, Todd Snyder, Baccarat, and Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. Her objects have been featured in Architectural Digest, Sight Unseen, and Popeye.

    Selena Liu

    Serving Friends

    about the designer

    Selena is a designer exploring color, form, and humor to elicit joy and child-like energy. She embraces unconventional concepts and various mediums in her studio in Brooklyn, as both a prop stylist and exhibition designer. Balancing satire and function, her objects bring a sense of playfulness into commercial and residential spaces. Clients include Muji, Saturday Night Live, Glamour, Hypebeast, Macy’s, Todd Snyder, Baccarat, and Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. Her objects have been featured in Architectural Digest, Sight Unseen, and Popeye.

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    Artbook

    ANJU & BANJU - Korean Tapas Recipes and Story Book

    about the designer

    Poets & Punks celebrates books and the places that inspire them. Based in London and Seoul, we publish books across a range of sectors, from children’s titles to cookbooks, with a mix of culture, creativity and curiosity. These publications are complemented by a growing lineup of lifestyle goods, original products made for poets, punks and everyone in between.

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    ANJU & BANJU - Korean Tapas Recipes and Story Book

    about the designer

    Poets & Punks celebrates books and the places that inspire them. Based in London and Seoul, we publish books across a range of sectors, from children’s titles to cookbooks, with a mix of culture, creativity and curiosity. These publications are complemented by a growing lineup of lifestyle goods, original products made for poets, punks and everyone in between.

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    Ichendorf Milano

    Travasi Bottle

    about the designer

    Astrid Luglio was born in Naples and currently lives, designs and teaches in Milan. In 2018 she founded her own studio and began collaborating independently with companies, galleries and individuals both in Italy and abroad. She is co-founder of the collective The Ladies' Room with which she starts a reflection on the renewed need for an involvement of the senses in contemporary design. From the very beginning Astrid chose glass processing as a technique for her design experimentation, seeking narrative and functionality in the products she designs.

    Ichendorf Milano

    Travasi Bottle

    about the designer

    Astrid Luglio was born in Naples and currently lives, designs and teaches in Milan. In 2018 she founded her own studio and began collaborating independently with companies, galleries and individuals both in Italy and abroad. She is co-founder of the collective The Ladies' Room with which she starts a reflection on the renewed need for an involvement of the senses in contemporary design. From the very beginning Astrid chose glass processing as a technique for her design experimentation, seeking narrative and functionality in the products she designs.

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    Giotto Stoppino

    SQ8438511

    Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino

    about the designer

    Giotto Stoppino was born in Vigevano (PV) in 1926, Italian architect and designer is known for being among the first designers to use plastic in his projects and products made famous by companies such as Kartell. A pupil of Ernesto Nathan Rogers, among the inspiring exponents of the neoliberty, after finishing his studies at the Iuav University of Venice and at the Polytechnic of Milan, in 1953 he was associated with the architects Vittorio Gregotti and Lodovico Meneghetti (Architetti Associati 1953-1968, Novara) . Since 1970 he has been present in the permanent collection of the MoMA, Museum of Modern Art in New York with the 537 lamp by Arteluce, while the Sheraton furniture has been present since 1981 in the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, his other projects are exhibited in museums of Monaco and Chicago.

    Giotto Stoppino

    SQ8438511

    Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino

    about the designer

    Giotto Stoppino was born in Vigevano (PV) in 1926, Italian architect and designer is known for being among the first designers to use plastic in his projects and products made famous by companies such as Kartell. A pupil of Ernesto Nathan Rogers, among the inspiring exponents of the neoliberty, after finishing his studies at the Iuav University of Venice and at the Polytechnic of Milan, in 1953 he was associated with the architects Vittorio Gregotti and Lodovico Meneghetti (Architetti Associati 1953-1968, Novara) . Since 1970 he has been present in the permanent collection of the MoMA, Museum of Modern Art in New York with the 537 lamp by Arteluce, while the Sheraton furniture has been present since 1981 in the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, his other projects are exhibited in museums of Monaco and Chicago.

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