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Profile on the prolific of architect, interior, and furniture designer Vincenzo de Cotiis | The Hardt
Profile on the prolific Architect, interior and furniture designer Vincenzo de Cotiis — sought after in his native Italy and around the globe for the dynamic monastery-meets-laboratory approach he brings to designing furniture, homes, and hotels. Vintage furniture and custom pieces by Vincenzo de Cotiis in his former office in Brescia, originally a sock factory from the ’40s. It’s really tough sometimes knowing that there are people out there like Vincenzo with equal or better taste.
Surfaces found in this furniture series by Italian designer Vincenzo De Cotiis, shown at New York’s Carpenters Workshop Gallery, could be mistaken for still being in a liquid state.
The Baroquisme collection includes 15 limited-edition and one-of-a-kind pieces, including tables, seating, storage, and lighting.
Providing a contemporary interpretation, his furniture items pair luxurious materials like marble, silvered cast brass and Murano glass with industrial components like fiberglass. – via Dezeen (photos below)
VINCENZO DE COTIIS – PRIVATE HOUSE SALO
Aesthetically and Geographically Related Projects:
- Building in Brione (2005) by Wespi de Meuron Romeo Architects
- House in Danbara by Suppose Design Office
- House in Hiro by Suppose Design Office
- St Vincents Place Residence by B.E. Architecture
- Pearl Bay Residence by Gavin Maddock Design Studio