Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino - Son of Rand
Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino - Son of Rand
Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino - Son of Rand
Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino - Son of Rand
Giotto Stoppino

Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino

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The Pilastro Stool is a playful addition to the “Kartell goes Sottsass – A Tribute to Memphis,” collection that was launched as an homage to legendary designer Ettore Sottsass, founder of the Memphis Milano movement. The stool is crafted of durable thermoplastic and can be used as a side table or foot stool. Made in Italy

*there is a 8-12 week lead time on this product. Please reach out to studio@sonofrand.com for a more precise delivery projection.

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

• Material: Durable Thermoplastic
• Dimensions: 18.125" H 13.78" DIA

◍ Heat resistant glass

◍ Warm the point with a lighter or match and push the candle onto the point.

◍ Dimensions: approx. 5" wide

◍ Hand-blown borosilicate glass

◍ Hand wash

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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.

Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino - Son of Rand
Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino - Son of Rand
Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino - Son of Rand
Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino - Son of Rand
Giotto Stoppino

Magazine Rack by Giotto Stoppino

Regular price$220.00
/
Color
  • shipping calculated at checkout
  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way

The Pilastro Stool is a playful addition to the “Kartell goes Sottsass – A Tribute to Memphis,” collection that was launched as an homage to legendary designer Ettore Sottsass, founder of the Memphis Milano movement. The stool is crafted of durable thermoplastic and can be used as a side table or foot stool. Made in Italy

*there is a 8-12 week lead time on this product. Please reach out to studio@sonofrand.com for a more precise delivery projection.

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

• Material: Durable Thermoplastic
• Dimensions: 18.125" H 13.78" DIA

◍ Heat resistant glass

◍ Warm the point with a lighter or match and push the candle onto the point.

◍ Dimensions: approx. 5" wide

◍ Hand-blown borosilicate glass

◍ Hand wash

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

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.