Color: Red Z
Rexite Code: 2239.RH.H2
Dimensions: dia. 23 1/2 x h 29 1/2 ''
Base material: Chromium plated steel
Top Material: High pressure melamine laminate top (HPL) 12 mm
Cone Material: Engineering polymer
Floor-protective: Rubber trim
Round coffe table dia 23 1/2 x h 29 1/2 Red
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Zanziplano is a wide collection of square and round tables and coffee
tables in different heights, elegant and efficient, but above all
Chromium plated steel frame.
High pressure melamine laminate top (HPL) 12 mm, engineering polymer cone in the same colour.
Floor-protective rubber trim.
Raul Barbieri was born in Milan in 1946.
After having taken his degree in Architecture at Milan's Polytechnic, he started to work initially as a professional associate.
In 1989 he founded his own practice in Milan which specialised in design, corporate identity and architectural planning.
The design and realisation of a neighbourhood of semi-detached houses in Milan - in the Città Studi area - which in 1999 was presented in London on the occasion of the exhibition 'Golden Compass ADI Architectural Design', date back to this period.
Barbieri has co-operated with various design schools and has held short courses on design at the 'Ecole Nationale Suprieure de Cration Industrielle, LES ATELIERS' of Paris and the European Design Institute of Milan.
He has had a long-standing co-operation with ADI, the Association for Industrial Design in his capacity as co-ordinator of the department of designers.
Many of his designs have been awarded prizes or selected in major international design competitions.
Since 1954, the Annual Design Review has recognized the best in product, furniture, graphic, and environment design, from the iconic to the obscure. Throughout the years, this annual showcase has chronicled the evolution of design, and highlighted its impact on our material and visual culture. Each year, the featured work is chosen by a jury of leading practitioners, who, along with I.D.’s editorial team, focus the abundance of submissions into a clear survey of the state of design. The resulting overview is published in the July/August issue of I.D. magazine — the Annual Design Review issue. City: NEW YORK
Luogo: Firenze - Italy