Dimensions: 34cm (H) x 140cm (W) x 70cm (D) / 13.4" (H) x 55.1" (W) x 27.6" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The tables “bent straights” origin in a game of curves, arising from a two-dimensional surface turning into three-dimensional objects, prospectively contradictory, deceiving the perception we have of them. Windy and continuous profiles are interrupted, transforming into barbed and edgy shapes, forever changing according to the angle of observation.
L140 W70 H34 cm.
Every piece is signed and numbered. 100% handmade in Italy.
The artworks by Barberini & Gunnell are regularly shown at international art fairs, such as PAD London, PAD Genève, PAD Monaco, Salon Art and Design New York, ArtMiami.
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Based in: Ancona
The Atelier Barberini & Gunnell was founded by the architects and designers Francesco Barberini and Nina A. Gunnell as the result of a passion followed for a long period of time, creating artworks far from the industrial reality; one-off pieces and limited editions.
The choice of the best and most precious materials, the maniacal cure for detail are the basis of their modus operandi aiming to create timeless pieces.
Every artwork has its inspirational background, it’s story.
Gigantic Spiders as tables which pass by the forests of enormous Mangrove floor lamps, transparent, yet heavy glass Origami tables, Chained up tables which seem to revolt against the immobility of the four legs.
Abandoning the mere functionality and rediscovering emotions; from the warm perfume of wood, losing oneself in the transparent magic of crystal to the cold and sterile steel, thought by mankind for mankind, mirror polished symbol of progress.
Barberini & Gunnell collaborate with the auction houses Sotheby’s, Bonhams, Tajan, Dorotheum, international galleries Priveekollektie, Ammann and private collectors.
The bench Get Lost! in mirror-polished stainless steel, limited edition of 12, was selected by New York architect Peter Marino for the DIOR flagship store in London.
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