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Portaluppi Milano Design Furniture

About Portaluppi Milano Design
In the work registry, where Piero Portaluppi noted all of his professional obbligations throughout his career, out of the 877 entries, only four mention furniture and décor. The truth is, Portaluppi created many more plans for interiors and furniture – unique pieces, or limited edition pieces – realized by skilful artisans. Arbiter elegantiae of the bourgeoisie, for his clients Portaluppi designed wardrobes, armchairs, sofas, beds, chairs, tables, desks, lamps, and selected tapestries, pottery and artworks. Worth mentioning of the Milanese interiors we have the Sartori apartments (1933), Bassanini (1939), Diana (1940), Valerio (1946) and Gadda (1949). The most well-known and published are those of the Campiglio Necchi Villa (1932-35) and the Corbellini Wasssermann House (1934-36), as well as the Quintavalle Villa in Somma Lombardo (1934-36). Piero Portaluppi Milano Design launched the reproduction of some pieces of furniture that the architect designed during the 30’s and the 40’s. Highly qualified artisans, experts of the field, make all of the pieces of furniture, under the meticulous watch of the grandson, architect Piero Castellini. All pieces are marked and numbered under the Piero Portaluppi Foundation’s supervision, in such a manner to insure authentic and consistent devotion in the replicas.
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Modernist Dining Table In Ebonized Ash With Cherry Finish for Castellini House
Located in Milan, Lombardy
Created for his daughter Luisa and his son-in-law Antonio Castellini, this table seems to be the prototype of that created, slight modiefied, two years later for the Corbellini Wasse...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Tables

Materials

Ash, Cherry

Modernist "Omnibus" Desk in Maple and Thuja Wood
Located in Milan, Lombardy
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian

Materials

Maple

Modernist Tray Holder or Side Table in Walnut for The Piero Portaluppi House
Located in Milan, Lombardy
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern

Materials

Walnut

Pair of Modernist Chairs in Oak Wood for Oda Gadda House
Located in Milan, Lombardy
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern

Materials

Oak

Modernist Sofa Upholstered in Grosgrain Cloth with Beech Frame
Located in Milan, Lombardy
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern

Materials

Beech

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