Ettore Sottsass, Jr. - Group of four vases, model nos. 451, 452, 454, circa 1968 | Phillips
View Group of four vases, model nos. 451, 452, 454 by Ettore Sottsass, Jr. sold at Design on London 26 September 2013. Learn more about the piece and artist, and its final selling price
Ettore Sottsass, Jr. - Lidded vase, model no. 386, circa 1965 | Phillips
View Lidded vase, model no. 386 by Ettore Sottsass, Jr. sold at Design on London 26 September 2013. Learn more about the piece and artist, and its final selling price
Memphis Group Clock 1986: George Sowden, designer & architect, moved to Milano in 1970 where he started working with Ettore Sottsass and Olivetti. In 1981, He was one of the co-founders of the Memphis Group, the design movement that had a significant impact on design aesthetics in the eighties.
Al Que Quiere - Vintage Design Collection - INTERIORATOR
Phew! I needed a cigarette after looking at the smoking hot vintage design collection by Al Que Quiere, an American design collective founded and run by furniture designer Matthew Sullivan. I found out about Al Que Quiere after reading an excellent interview about their own original design work in the latest issue of Veine Magazine – which you can read online here ...
Memphis Group Design – Post-Modern Industrial Design Rocks The Establishment
Memphis Group Design – The Birth of Post-Modern Industrial Design Rocking the Establishment – An Italian Design and Architecture Collaboration gives birth to Post-Modernism This design group is not Mid-Century, our normal muse for Mod and POP design, but it ROCKS! I love the playfulness, the sense of humor, the bright colors, and the fresh perspective. It reminds me of toys, and is so NOT boring brown boxes! Exhibiting work from 1981-1987, they formed a collaborative of artists whose designs…
Ettore Sottsass "Max" 1987
Made of a terrazzo tile base over wood, burl wood drawers, pink patterned plastic laminate and clear lucite. Memphis used different materials, some expensive and others cheap on the same piece as part of their design ethos. This was the last large piece designed by Sottsass for Memphis, and I believe it was named for Max Palevsky who was a client and a friend of Sottsass. 88"x52"x13". See other images below.