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Antonio Attolini Lack

The Cubes are a clear reference to Le Corbusier, and representative of Antonio Attolini’s bare-boned approach to interior design. In the mid-sixties, he began developing what he called integral architecture, that is, he would specify everything in his projects, from the architectural program to the furniture for each space, and even their most minute details such as fittings or handles. These cubes are pieces he created to function as side tables, whether to hold decorative elements such as vases or lamps that he would also design, or for them to be adapted for a more casual, improvised use. Rather minimalistic in nature, these pieces combine Attolini’s clean and pragmatic design, with the detailed craftsmanship that he demanded in their production.

40 x 40 x 40 cm
15 3/4 x 15 3/4 x 15 3/4 in



Pine wood