Design by Emmanuella Fattini and Carl Magnusson, 1990.
By Kline & More.
Finally a suiting stand for proper parasol or dignified classic umbrella. Holds up to nine umbrellas upright and in modern style. Non-corrosive aluminum with a contrasting polished/textured surface make this item a winning "classic" modern design for years to come.
The Ivy Umbrella Stand is produced with non-corrosive aluminum and a contrasting polished/textured surface. Emmanuella Fattini/Carl Magnusson design, 1990.
Material(s): Non-corrosive aluminum
Dimensions: 20" H
Beautiful Structure & Practical
By: G.Y. (NJ)
I was hooked at once when I saw this umbrella stand from yliving. And according to my expectatins this product is same with picture. Wet umbrellas dry quickly courtesy of open structure. Above all things, the shape and meterial are gorgeous, far from cheapy. Only Con is price but it'll worth your penny.
Designer: Emanuela Frattini Magnusson
Emanuela Frattini Magnusson, the daughter of prominent architect and designer Gianfrano Frattini, has built her career upon her own accomplishments. After receiving her master's in architecture at Milan Politecnico, she worked for Charles Pfister's London office and Tibor Kalman in New York before she opened her self-titled design and architecture firm, EFM, in New York City. With accomplishments in fields as varied as architecture, industrial, interior and graphic design, Frattini designed the award winning Knoll the Propeller table system.View other products by Emanuela Frattini Magnusson
Designer: Carl Gustav Magnusson
Regarded as one of the most acclaimed industrial designers today, Swedish-born Carl Gustav Magnusson has left his indelible mark on a wide range of products, including those for Teknion, Knoll, and MoMA. Educated in architecture, Carl translated his skills to high design when he began working for Ray and Charles Eames in Venice, CA. Soon after he opened his namesake studio in Rudolf Schindler's House in North Hollywood.
For over three decades, Carl forged a career with Knoll, serving as Director of Design in Europe and North America His designs — such as the RPM chair — remain as best sellers to this day. During his Knoll tenure, Carl also initiated the Knoll Design Symposium at Cranbrook Academy of the Arts in Bloomfield Hills and co-founded the Knoll Museum in East Greenville, PA — considered the most comprehensive collection of archival items assembled by any single furniture manufacturer.
Carl's mantra "Innovation is a unique combination of existing ideas." best describes his firm CGM Design which has received fifteen design awards in recent years for work with leading furniture and automotive manufacturers. Carl is also a sought-after lecturer and judge for prestigious international competitions such as the Yale Furniture Design Competition.View other products by Carl Gustav Magnusson
Manufacturer: Klein & More
Klein & More has been delivering the world of authentic design since 1987. Designs that create traditions, start cultural trends, function technically as well as emotionally. Designs that show formal quality and are equipped with honest aesthetics.View other products from Klein & More