Mollino's architecture and furniture are famous for their ability to enable occupants to manipulate volumes at a whim.SCULPTURED INNOVATION
Looking like a contemporary piece inspired by the mid-century modern aesthetic, the contour and combination of materials in the Cavour desk were truly ahead of its time.AN EYE-CATCHER
The Cavour desk is one of the few examples of furniture design that express Carlo Molino's genius. Designed with a floating appearance, this desk represents an inspirational showpiece in any room or office.STREAMLINED SENSATION
This desk is streamlined like the racing cars Mollino so admired. The sleek frame contributes to the desk's light and dynamic presence.SPECIAL CARE GUIDE
For the wood base, use dry cloth and clean the tempered glass top with glass cleaner. Avoid using harsh acidic or abrasive cleaning solutions.
Designed by Carlo Mollino
ITALY (May 6, 1905 – August 27, 1973) The exuberantly versatile and flamboyantly prolific Italian artist Carlo Mollino - designer, architect, rally driver, stunt flier, photographer, fashion designer, stage designer, and man of letters - was born in Turin in 1905. Carlo Mollino also did a great deal of interior decoration in both private houses and public buildings. His designs have nothing in common with those by his contemporaries in Milan and the rationalism that reigned supreme there. Mollino's furniture is often distinguished by biomorphic forms; his highly expressive take on design was influenced by both Futurism and Surrealism. A typical feature of chairs designed by him is a split back.
Size: H75 x W247 x D90
Materials: 12mm tempered glass top ; Ash wood veneered body, Solid ash wood leg
Order Period: 2 months
Delivery price: Free delivery & installation within Klang Valley
Got a question? Order on 012-316 0477