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Thu 15.7.

‘Plato’ by Jeff Miller for Cerruti Baleri (IT)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 15.07.2010 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Plato Alto' by Jeff Miller for Cerruti Baleri

Between 2005 and 2010 the New York based designer Jeff Miller realised this series of side tables/selves for the Italian manufacturer Cerruti Baleri. Recently the family, carved from a single solid piece of Carrara marble or fabricated with solid ash wood was extended by ‘Pato Alto’ a vertical version in nero marquina, deep black Spanish marble.


'plato alto' by Jeff Miller for Cerruti Baleri

Italian manufacturer Cerruti Baleri will launch a new, highly sculptural container designed by Jeff Miller at next month’s Milan Furniture Fair. Called ‘plato alto’, the monolithic column is carved from a single piece of black marble. Enough said. We think it’s beautiful.

to the Cerruti Baleri collections on Architonic

BA table by Jeff Miller for Itoki Design

BA table by Jeff Miller for Itoki Design

At this year’s ICFF the New York-based contract furniture manufacturer Itoki Design, a subsidiary of Itoki Japan, launched its first collection designed by the US designer and Itoki Design’s creative director Jeff Miller.

A good example of the comprehensible design of the collection is the BA table which is made of bent steel with powdercoat finish – the construction is totally transparent. BA saddles up next to either desk or sofa for placing accessories or working with a laptop.

'RR chair' by Itoki Design

'RR chair' by Jeff Miller for Itoki Design

My favourite piece, the RR chair combines a fully upholstered look with surprisingly lightweight construction. It consists of stacking steel frames in powdercoat colors compliment the fabric covers of unique self-cushioning material.

The DC is a simple sofa for lounge area or casual meeting delineated by a steel frame that cradles symmetrical cushions.

'DC Sofa' by Itoki Design

'DC Sofa' by Jeff Miller for Itoki Design

to the Itoki website

For technical support contact Alfred Giolai Itoki Design Launch at the ICFF New York