Posts tagged as 'Massimo Castagna'

Wed 21.12.

‘Cage-B’ bookcase by Massimo Castagna for Henge (IT)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 21.12.2011 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Cage' bookshelf by Massimo Castagna for Henge

Following his similarly-neat ‘Strip’ chair, the Italian architect and designer Massimo Castagna has created this linear, grid-like bookshelf suitably called ‘Cage-B.’ Manufactured by Henge, the handmade design was presented at this year’s Salone del Mobile fair in Milano and is available in a range of sizes and depths, made with heat treated and oil-finished Eucalyptus wood. (more…)

Tue 22.11.

‘Strip’ chair by Massimo Castagna for Henge (IT)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 22.11.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Strip Chair' by Massimo Castagna for Henge

The Italian architect and Henge’s art director Massimo Castagna has created this elegant, leather-and-metal chair called ‘Strip’. The cantilever tubular steel design, reminiscent of Marcel Breuer’s 1930 classic, the B34, was presented earlier this year at Milan’s Salone del Mobile and comprises a veneered-steel frame, a padded cushion, and a woven, lasercut leather backrest. (more…)

The base is made of thermo-shaped ceramic glass

The base is made of thermo-shaped ceramic glass

At this year´s Milan fair the Italian manufacturer Acerbis presented ‘Trigonos’, a table designed by Massimo Castagna. The glass table has a base which is composed of three glossy-white curved plates made of thermo-shaped ceramic glass. The peculiar bending of the plates determines an intriguing game of concave and convex surfaces and sinuous lines which get close one to the other as if they touched and then move away.

Detail

Detail

more Acerbis products @ Architonic

more novelties from Salone del Mobile 2009