I am very fond of Guido Gambone’s ceramic table lamps, in particular the larger ones. Mr Gambone was one of the most influential Italian ceramic artist in the mid 20th century and is well-known for his eclectic Italian art pottery.
The black and white sliding wall with rotating components.
In 1968, Carlo Scarpa was invited by his close friends, Laura and Gianni Tabarelli, to the slopes of the vineyard village of Cornaiano near Bolzano, Italy. The couple, who were regular patrons in the circles of the Italian design elite, founded their furniture showroom through which they sold Gianni’s pieces. At this point in time, Scarpa had already established a name for himself within the world of architecture, and having built up a strong relationship over the years, they asked him to design a house for their family alongside his longtime collaborator, Sergio Los. The result is a work that has been rarely seen with timeless furnishings and works of art.