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CARLTON design by Ettore Sottsass. Carlton room divider, designed in 1981 by Ettore Sottsass, in wood and plastic laminate. The vivid colors and seemingly random interplay of solids and voids suggest.

A PART CA - SOTTSASS CARLTON

Ettore Sottsass, le "nomade culturel"

Resultado de imagem para ettore Sottsass washed-out concrete

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braxton and yancey: Memphis Group Design – Post-Modern Industrial Design Rocks The Establishment

The Memphis Group Furniture (1981-1987)

The Memphis Group Furniture The furniture is unusual, colorful and whacky.

Although you know it when you see it, it's hard to accurately describe Memphis design without resorting to specific 1980s pop cultural…

Why a Once-Hated 1980s Design Movement Is Making a Comeback

Although you know it when you see it, it's hard to accurately describe Memphis design without resorting to specific pop cultural…

Early Marc Newson Memphis Prototype Chair at Sydney Auction

By now you would probably know that Marc Newson is a favourite here at Share Design, so when we saw his ‘Memphis Prototype Chair’ while scouring Shapiro Auc

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