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Rectangular tray Quattro muri e due case

€85.00

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Rectangular tray Quattro muri e due case

€85.00

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  • Rectangular tray in bamboo wood.

    Height (cm):  3.80
    Length (cm):  46.60
    Width (cm):  36.60
Design Michele De Lucchi
  • Michele De Lucchi

    Architect. Michele De Lucchi was a prominent figure in movements like Cavart, Alchimia and Memphis. He designed lamps and furniture for the most well known Italian and European companies and......

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A landscape of dreams, fantasies, memories and desires in a tray
Quattro muri e due case
“Quattro muri e due case”, designed by Michele De Lucchi, is a rectangularshaped poetic Tray made of bamboo wood. This tray is linguistically coherent with De Lucchi’s search for materials that “age well”, such as wood, stone and metal. The designer believes that the authenticity of these materials must remain intact by accepting their natural essence, since time is the greatest artist there is, and what it manages to do to the surface of things is inimitable. The Tray is an industrial product that embodies the essence of an object that walks the line between art and craft.