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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.
Studio BAAG
Afflicted Objects
Cutting Edge
Ramona Rosales Portraits
B3 / Wassily
Spin it again
The Value Of Worthless
Nordic Seating
algorithms that distort, abstract and taint
Pryor Console
Ginzburg and Milinis: Narkomfin
Le Moigne
バガボンド summer collection
Poul Kjaerholm: PK0
Cardboard Armchair
Print A Chair
Summer seating: Hoop chairs by Raymond Loewy, Hans J. Wegner and Franco Albini
Foam wood table
The apartment of Pierre Charpin
Alessandro Stabile
A Mirror Darkly
Hiroyuki Tanaka
Johansen Faurschou
Gernot Oberfell and Jan Wertel
Studio Zanini
S&O design
A Chair Thing
Geometry Stool
4P1B Milan
The Graffiti Table
Artek + Vitra : Micasa, SP
Wooden Cloth
Japanese Swiss Greek
Jordi López Aguiló
Joel Escalona, Mexico City
Biomimicry Soft Seat
Pili Wu: Plastic Classic
Feeling Good
Klas & Schenk-Mischke
Neutra Furniture
Contemporary Turkish Design: Naiftasarim
Fernando & Humberto Campana: Quintessentially Brazilian
Alessandro Ciffo
Who made this chair????
Alessandro Mendini 1931-2019
S tables
Jerszy Seymour Amateurtopia
Vico Magistretti
Gaetano Pesce: Abstraction is boring
Chromatic seating
Michael Schoner
The Thai Craft Project
The Bauhaus Revolution
20th Century Italian Tables
Tea Time
Robert Slezak
Memories of Ruins: Rebecca Bathory
Poul Hundevad and the Guldhøj chair
BASILE ARTECO "Coquetier" design Paolo Ulian
Jorge Zalszupin and L'Atelier
Jindrich Halabala, United Arts and Crafts
Air Luxe
Sketching: Bellini, Castiglioni, Colombo, Mari, Magistretti, Munari, Ponti, Sottsass
AG Frozoni: We need to aim at essential things
George Sowden
Angelo Mangiarotti
Carlo Mollino: Tables and Chairs
Janine Abraham & Dirk Jan Rol
Studio Pousti
Alessio Bassan
constructing meaning in 3 steps
Erik Nitsche
FLOW by Lazerian
Behind the walls
Lo Zuavo Scomparso