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Wall Console by Ico Pairsi for Spartaco Brugnoli


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Ico Parisi wall console features

The wall console table proposed, designed by Ico and Luisa Parisi in the 50s and made by Spartaco Brugnoli in Italy, is a beautiful piece of furniture made of solid walnut. It is equipped with a wave-shaped top and two side legs in wood intertwined with each other, adding a touch of elegance to any living room.

Bibliography and publication of the wall console Ico Parisi

This particular console table has been recognized and documented in various authoritative Italian design catalogues. A notable reference is the book “Examples of modern furniture from all over the world. Living room fireplaces” by R. Aloi, published by Hoepli in Milan in 1952. In this book, the console table is illustrated in Figure 239, further establishing its significance in the realm of Italian design.

Historical importance of ico Parisi wall console

By incorporating this console into your living room, you can instill a sense of historic Italian design directly into your home. Its Italian craftsmanship and the artistic vision of Ico and Luisa Parisi make it a unique addition to your living space. The console table is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also brings a rich history of Italian design.

Brilliant, provocative and dedicated to continuous experimentation. That’s why Ico Parisi was one of the most important Italian designers of the last century
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Bibliography Ico Parisi

Dimensions the of Ico Parisi Wall Consolle:

Height: 31.5 in (80 cm)Width: 45.28 in (115 cm)Depth: 14.57 in (37 cm)
Wear consistent with age and use. Minor losses. The console is in good vintage condition, it has two slight chips on the sides of the shelf that are not visible. Slight defects.
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