Angelo Mangiarotti Cabinet in Wood and Aluminium
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Angelo Mangiarotti for Poltronova, wall unit from 'Multiuse Series', exotic wood, aluminum, Italy, 1965
Beautiful bookcase or cabinet of the 'Multiuse Series' that Mangiarotti designed for Poltronova in 1965. Known for his designs with marble Mangiarotti here focussed on different aesthetics. The 'Multiuse Series' stands for versatile pieces of furniture that can be adjusted to the individual needs of the user. This cabinet features a composition solely build up from horizontal and vertical lines that create an almost Japanese-like aesthetics. In between four horizontal shelves made out of aluminium are wooden cabinets placed which open with two sliding doors outwards. The sliding doors are made of exotic wood, which is a striking combination with the light aluminum and may be placed to the owers liking per example all the way to the end of the shelf. An exquisite and versatile piece of furniture that is both aesthetically and in use convincing. Not only the cabinets may be used as storage space but also the long aluminium shelves provide a stage for decorative objects.
Angelo Mangiarotti (1921-2012) was an Italian architect and Industrial designer with a reputation to mainly focus on the needs of the users of furniture. His designs are solid and strong and he always used materials that would stand the test of time. Being schooled as an architect, Mangiarotti was very precise in using the right materials and the right sizing for his designs.
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