The Fool on the Hill Stool with Metallic Deco -CloseoutNow: $950.00
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Design by Luca Nichetto, 2008.
The lively Fool on the Hill stool: a polished free form furnishing offering seat, foot or side table support for interior and exterior home spaces. These deco finishes are obtained by application of fine Gold and Platinum on the surfaces.
Suitable for indoor (domestic use) and outdoor use.
Material(s): Glazed ceramic
Dimensions: 22" W X 17.75" D X 9.75" H
Designer: Luca Nichetto
Luca Nichetto was born in 1976 in Venice, where he studied at the Art Institute. Afterwards he attended the University Institute of Architecture of Venice, where he earned a degree in Industrial Design. His professional career began with designing projects in Murano glass for Salviati. He also collaborated with Foscarini, where he designed products and worked as a consultant on new materials research and product development. In 2006 he launched his own design firm, Nichetto&Partners, which specializes in industrial design and offers its services as a design consultancy. Over the course of his career, Nichetto has been awarded a number of international prizes, including the Gran Design Award, the Chicago Atheneum Museum of Architecture's Good Design Award, the IF Product Design Award and the Elle Decoration International Design Awards' (EDIDA) Designer of the Year award in the Young Designer Talent category.View other products by Luca Nichetto
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