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Architect, industrial designer, philosopher and provocateur, Ettore Sottsass was a very influent art deco designer of his epoch.

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Milano Memphis-inspired living room: someone is a dedicated collector

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From the book Memphis: Research, Experiences, Failures and Successes of New Design by Barbara Radice

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Shiro Kuramata’s ‘Kyoto’ table for Memphis-Milano Colored glass embedded in concrete, very heavy. “Vase is one of the most iconic pieces of late century by Shiro Kuramata in 1989 and produced by Spiral. I love the unexpected burst of color.

Explore www.Memphis-Milano.org's photos on Flickr. www.Memphis-Milano.org has uploaded 326 photos to Flickr.

Explore www.Memphis-Milano.org's photos on Flickr. www.Memphis-Milano.org has uploaded 326 photos to Flickr.

"Santa Fe" Light by Matteo Thun 1983. Memphis was born in 1981, when Ettore Sottsass invited Matteo Thun, Martine Bedin, Aldo Cibic, Michele De Lucchi & Marco Zanini to create a new line of furniture.  Memphis furniture was brash and gaudy, and came in garish colours. Its quirky shapes and so-bad-its-good aesthetic deliberately broke all the rules of the 'clean design' practiced and preached by Modernism.

"Santa Fe" Light by Matteo Thun 1983. Memphis was born in 1981, when Ettore Sottsass invited Matteo Thun, Martine Bedin, Aldo Cibic, Michele De Lucchi & Marco Zanini to create a new line of furniture. Memphis furniture was brash and gaudy, and came in garish colours. Its quirky shapes and so-bad-its-good aesthetic deliberately broke all the rules of the 'clean design' practiced and preached by Modernism.

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