Claudio Sibille graduated from IUB in Montevideo, Uruguay. His speciality is furniture design. At the beginning of his career, he focused all his work in space saving and multifunctional projects, like the Ludovico and Alina coffee table, among others. Always keeping function above it all. Formal aspects where secondary. Later, he started working on more standard designs, leaving the multifunctional aspect aside. Even though he has gone through two completely different stages, his work remains true to himself. His own vision of the world has changed from the Ludovico to the Holst desk. As he grows older, his work shows much more MID TWENTIETH CENTURY nostalgia, an age never lived, only through memories, tales, pictures, and remaining old furniture (and yet always contemporary) he has inherited from his grandfather. He continues on this trend now. Paying hommage to the past without being old. Searching for a contemporary nostalgia.
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