Ettore Sottsass (1917–2007) was an Italian architect and designer during the 20th century. He is perhaps most celebrated as the founder of the Memphis Group, famous for its colourful and flamboyant furniture, ceramics and lighting pieces, brought back into fashion by the now infamous auction of David Bowie’s private Memphis collection. Sottsass’s unique aesthetic and design process attracted many manufacturers and producers to collaborate with him.
The Loto Rosso table is a vivid construction, composed of a round base resting on a cylindrical column, evoking a classical allure. The marble itself has a visually interesting texture of expressive veins running across the surface.
In great vintage condition. There are some sticker marks underneath that can be removed on request.
Not available for hire.