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AnnaKarlin-NewCollection-9

Anna Karlin Collection - The second Anna Karlin Collection is just as eye-catching as the designer’s first, with perhaps more unexpected details and designs than befo.

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After its 1981 debut, Memphis dominated the early design scene with its post-modernist style.

The Memphis Design Group

The Memphis Group was an Italian design and architecture group founded in Milan by Ettore Sottsass in 1981 that designed Post Modern furniture, fabrics, ceramics, glass and metal objects from 1981 to

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Felicity Marshall x Ettore Sottsass

Ettore Sottsass, Tahiti Lamp, Mempis Group, Collection of the National Gallery of Australia.

ETTORE SOTTSASS JR (1917-2007)  Bibliothèque  Aluminium, mélamine  240 x 218 x 39 cm.  1985

ETTORE SOTTSASS JR (1917-2007) Bibliothèque Aluminium, mélamine 240 x 218 x 39 cm. 1985

"Cargo" Bookcase, Studio Alchimia, 1980.  Literature: Guia Sambonet, Alchimia, 1977-1987, Turin, 1986, p54

"Cargo" Bookcase, Studio Alchimia, 1980. Literature: Guia Sambonet, Alchimia, 1977-1987, Turin, 1986, p54

The return of Memphis: "it's something that's in the air"

The return of Memphis

Fashion chain American Apparel has launched a capsule collection of clothing featuring graphic prints by Memphis Group designer Nathalie Du Pasquier.

coleoftheforest:  Cabinet no. 78. Ettore Sottsass, 2006. Materials not listed in Friedman Benda Gallery catalog, where the piece was first shown in the USA in 2007, the year of Sottsass’ death. Possibly aniline stain over amboyna burl veneer.  "I think that the future doesn’t exist. what we think of today as the future isn’t the future. People are always afraid of the future, and the future has always been a disaster, like the present is a disaster. But rhetoric about the future bothers ...

Ettore Sottsass at Friedman Benda Gallery, phtotography by Petra and Erik Hesmerg

George Sowden Memphis Palace Chair | From a unique collection of antique and modern armchairs at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/armchairs/

George Sowden Memphis Palace Chair

View this item and discover similar armchairs for sale at - The 'Palace' chair 1983 by George Sowden co founder of the Memphis Group with Ettore Sottsass.

Ceramic tables by Elisa Strozyk

Milan fluid compositions of coloured glaze cover the ceramic tops of these metal-framed tables by German designer Elisa Strozyk

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