Serenissimo Dining Table by for Acerbis

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Massive elementary shapes paired with Venetian stucco inspired colors combine to give us the Serenissimo ("most serene") table by Lella & Massimo Vignelli. The artisanal technique of encaustic, or "Venetian stucco", isused on this table's legs which involves the application of a very fine sand plaster with a spatula and the subsequent hot pressing of the colors is inspired by the nuances of the paintings of the 700 by the Venetian landscape painter Francesco Guardi.
Specifications
Specifications
Creator

Lella & Massimo Vignelli

Reference No.

LU1853337537162

Place of Origin

Italy

Date of Manufacture

2000s

Dimensions

88.5 in width
28 in height
49.5 in depth
seat height

Materials & Technique

Glass and Metal

Creator

Lella & Massimo Vignelli

Reference No.

LU1853337537162

Place of Origin

Italy

Date of Manufacture

2000s

Dimensions

88.5 in width
28 in height
49.5 in depth
seat height

Materials & Technique

Glass and Metal

Specifications
Creator

Lella & Massimo Vignelli

Reference No.

LU1853337537162

Place of Origin

Italy

Date of Manufacture

2000s

Dimensions

88.5 in width
28 in height
49.5 in depth
seat height

Materials & Technique

Glass and Metal

Designer Notes
Lella & Massimo Vignelli
b. 1934 & 1931
Lella and her spouse Massimo were both Italian born designers who went on to found Vignelli Associates in 1971 and opened offices in New York, Paris, and Milan. Lella and Massimo Vignelli were described as "iconic, impossibly exotic characters" in New York. In 1982, they were both awarded the AIGA Gold Medal for their achievements and contributions to design. The AIGA described their design output together as "prodigious in quantity, far-ranging in media and scope and consistent in excellence." Collections containing examples of the Vignelli's work include those of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, The Pompidou Centre in Paris, and the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London.
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Serenissimo Dining Table by for Acerbis

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$14,500
Massive elementary shapes paired with Venetian stucco inspired colors combine to give us the Serenissimo ("most serene") table by Lella & Massimo Vignelli. The artisanal technique of encaustic, or "Venetian stucco", isused on this table's legs which involves the application of a very fine sand plaster with a spatula and the subsequent hot pressing of the colors is inspired by the nuances of the paintings of the 700 by the Venetian landscape painter Francesco Guardi.
Serenissimo Dining Table by Lella & Massimo Vignelli for Acerbis, Italy 2000s
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Serenissimo Dining Table by for Acerbis

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$14,500


Massive elementary shapes paired with Venetian stucco inspired colors combine to give us the Serenissimo ("most serene") table by Lella & Massimo Vignelli. The artisanal technique of encaustic, or "Venetian stucco", isused on this table's legs which involves the application of a very fine sand plaster with a spatula and the subsequent hot pressing of the colors is inspired by the nuances of the paintings of the 700 by the Venetian landscape painter Francesco Guardi.
Serenissimo Dining Table by Lella & Massimo Vignelli for Acerbis, Italy 2000s
Creator
Lella & Massimo Vignelli
Reference No.
LU1853337537162
Place of Origin
Italy
Date of Manufacture
2000s
Dimensions
88.5 in width
28 in height
49.5 in depth
seat height
Materials & Technique
Glass
Metal