Carlton Miniature Sculpture - Son of Rand
Carlton Miniature Sculpture - Son of Rand
Ettore Sottsass for Memphis Milano

Carlton Miniature Sculpture

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This iconic piece is presented in a total of 1000 pieces, each one individually emblazoned with a edition number and signature of E. Sottsass at the bottom. Preserved in its pristine original box, this miniature in 1:4 scale was crafted by Memphis Milano with the utmost attention to detail, mirroring the iconic design of the original Carlton Bookcase. The micro-laminate pattern of the base, named "Bacterio" after its designer, Ettore Sottsass, was downscaled from the original bookcase. Even the drawers open, just like the full-scale version. Considered by historians of furniture and design alike as one of the 20th Century's most essential pieces, this collectible showcases the pinnacle of craftsmanship.
This product ships from Italy so may be subject to international shipping delays. 

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
• Material: Wood
• Dimensions (in): W 18.70 x D 3.23 x H 19.29
• Dimensions (cm): W 47.5 x D 8.2 x H 49
• Handmade In Italy

*there may be a 4-8 week lead time on this product. Please reach out to studio@sonofrand.com for a more precise delivery projection.

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about the designer

Ettore Sottsass was a product designer and architect who had an enormous influence on Italian design in the second half of the 20th century. Sottsass was born in Innsbruck, Austria, and moved with his family to Italy so that he could study architecture at Turin Polytechnic University. In 1980, Sottsass co-founded the Milan design group Memphis with fellow avant-garde designers Andrea Branzi, Alessandro Mendini, Martine Bedin, and Michele de Lucchi. Aiming to promote radical design, they produced brightly colored, geometric, and often anti-functional furniture, lighting and ceramics. His work belongs to numerous public collections around the world, and continues to inspire young designers.

Carlton Miniature Sculpture - Son of Rand
Carlton Miniature Sculpture - Son of Rand
Ettore Sottsass for Memphis Milano

Carlton Miniature Sculpture

Regular price$1,475.00
/
Shipping calculated at checkout.
  • SSL secured payment processing
  • first time? use code "newfriends" at checkout for an additional discount.
This iconic piece is presented in a total of 1000 pieces, each one individually emblazoned with a edition number and signature of E. Sottsass at the bottom. Preserved in its pristine original box, this miniature in 1:4 scale was crafted by Memphis Milano with the utmost attention to detail, mirroring the iconic design of the original Carlton Bookcase. The micro-laminate pattern of the base, named "Bacterio" after its designer, Ettore Sottsass, was downscaled from the original bookcase. Even the drawers open, just like the full-scale version. Considered by historians of furniture and design alike as one of the 20th Century's most essential pieces, this collectible showcases the pinnacle of craftsmanship.
This product ships from Italy so may be subject to international shipping delays. 

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
• Material: Wood
• Dimensions (in): W 18.70 x D 3.23 x H 19.29
• Dimensions (cm): W 47.5 x D 8.2 x H 49
• Handmade In Italy

*there may be a 4-8 week lead time on this product. Please reach out to studio@sonofrand.com for a more precise delivery projection.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

about the designer

Ettore Sottsass was a product designer and architect who had an enormous influence on Italian design in the second half of the 20th century. Sottsass was born in Innsbruck, Austria, and moved with his family to Italy so that he could study architecture at Turin Polytechnic University. In 1980, Sottsass co-founded the Milan design group Memphis with fellow avant-garde designers Andrea Branzi, Alessandro Mendini, Martine Bedin, and Michele de Lucchi. Aiming to promote radical design, they produced brightly colored, geometric, and often anti-functional furniture, lighting and ceramics. His work belongs to numerous public collections around the world, and continues to inspire young designers.

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