Fabio Novembre

Armchair. White and black or blue, violet, red, orange or yellow lacquered polyethylene monobloc. Available both in the fixed and swivel version. Indoor/outdoor use. Swivel version indoor use only. W. 90 D. 83 H. 135; seat H. 41


1250 €

Fabio Novembre

Fabio Novembre
Fabio Novembre (October 21, 1966) is an Italian architect and designer. In 1984 he moved to Milan, where in 1992 he received a degree in architecture. In 1993 he lived in New York City where he attended a movie-direction course at the New York University. In 1994 he was commissioned to design his first project: the “Anna Molinari Blumarine” shop in Hong Kong. In the same year he opened his own studio in Milan. From 2000 until 2003 he worked as Art Director at Bisazza, contributing in the international growth of the mosaic tile brand. Since 2001 he works for Italian design brands such as Cappellini, Driade, Meritalia, Flaminia, Casamania. In 2008, on behalf of the Municipality of Milan, the Rotonda di Via Besana museum houses an exhibition about his work, \"Teach me the freedom of swallows”. In 2009, the Triennale Design Museum of Milan, has invited Novembre to curate and design an exhibition on his work: “Il fiore di Novembre”. In 2010 the City of Milan is represented by an istallation that he designs and curates, in the Pavilion of Italy at Expo in Shanghai

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