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Claude coffee tables

The inspiration comes from the famous “water-lilies” paintings of the impressionist artist Claude Monet. This gave birth to the series of serving elements consisting of four variants to be used as trivets in various situations. Softness and rigidity, matching of contrasting materials. These are the details that create imperceptible movements in the progression of the forms. The metal bases in shiny gold galvanic finish support mutating glimpses of lake in botanic green marble which lightly taper off in the lower part, smoothing their geometry; soft forms, highly calibrated, painstaking details.

Claude coffee tables

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Vittorio Paradiso

Vittorio Paradiso

Vittorio Paradiso was born in 1986 in Naples. After a course of study in art he moved to Milan, where in 2008 he earned the title of Industrial Design at the ' European Institute of Design. Versatile designer, always looking for an innovative and refined style, he can simply range among furniture, objects , lighting , interior design and graphics , according to a creative process which is always fruit of a research phase of a support of pure intuition. He started his professional activity at several architectural and design studies in Milan, developing a sensitivity tense to excellence of product in interaction with the context in which is placed. In 2010 he moved to Bologna, where he starts his collaboration with Paolo Castelli Company gaining experience in research and product development, contributing to the evolution of Inspiration collection and its environments.

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