Posts Tagged ‘iosa ghini associati’

Stealth stool by Iosa Ghini Associati for Livoni

July 23rd, 2014

STEALTH is a stool with a strong personality, it stands out for its functional characteristics: entirely made with high regeneration beech-wood, it has a basic shape with rounded corners and flared legs.

KSENIA chair by Iosa Ghini Associati for Livoni E. & figlio

July 14th, 2014

Family made up of easy chair and chair. The easy chair and the chair have beech-wood structure; the seatback and the seat are entirely stuffed and covered with fireproof textile or natural and polished textiles like wool and velvet.

DOUBLE FRAME table by Iosa Ghini Associati for Rossato Arredamenti

July 2nd, 2014

Table built with a support structure in oak solid wood, stained and varnished with water-based paint.

Stealth chair by Iosa Ghini Associati

June 13th, 2014

A comfortable, stackable chair, with remarkable features such as practicality and strength.

St. Petersburg Tower by Iosa Ghini Associati, Moscow

January 18th, 2014

Fluid surfaces and broken lines, integrating with each others, modulate the space by drawing paths that emphasize the environment’s dynamism. Thanks to the large amount of glass surfaces, the space is almost entirely perceptible from the outside.

Ferrari store by Iosa Ghini Associati, Maranello – Italy

November 15th, 2013

A special project inside the Ferrari Store in Maranello is represented by Tailor-Made VIP Room, where the leather clothing hangs along the wall racks, against subtle graphical illuminations of historic saloons which create a warmer atmosphere, exactly in line with the gentleman driver spirit.

MASSIMO IOSA GHINI exhibition by Iosa Ghini Associati, Milan

May 17th, 2013

The exhibition, curated by Iosa Ghini Associati, in partnership with Fiandre Architectural Surfaces, Iris Ceramica, Rossato, traces the 30-year of Iosa Ghini career, from the 80s until now, through a wide selection of interior design and architecture projects, design objects, illustrations, audiovisual contributions, which are characterized by the least common denominator of design, felt by the Bolognese architect as a steady training and an essential starting point of all his creative process.