The Counterbalance: The Design Poetry of Angelo Mangiarotti installation was highly successful with the public during the intense and incredibly crowded Milano Design Week 2017.

Click below to watch the video of the Agapecasa installation in via Palermo 1


 
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In addition to the exhibition designed by Camilla Benedini — with Roberto Barazzuol’s graphics and illustrations — in the wonderful backdrop of via Palermo 1, furnishings from the Mangiarotti Collection were also featured as part of the “The Visit”, an apartment set up for the occasion by Brera Design District, curated by the subtle creativity of Studiopepe.

Eros in black Marquina with the Giogali decorative lighting system by Vistosi


 
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The M table in white Carrara marble from the Mangiarotti Collection perfectly fits in with the timeless room of “The Visit,” a project curated by Studiopepe.


 
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Counterbalance: The Design Poetry of Angelo Mangiarotti: an exquisitely Milanese apartment, an installation dedicated to the Mangiarotti Collection, prestigious, timeless furnishings designed by the Italian Master. A carefully curated selection of product combinations, the result of a collaboration between Camilla Benedini and Roberto Barazzuol, where objects balance form and matter, architecture and industrial design to illustrate the ever growing Collection, ranging from icons of the Eros family all the way to more “recent” pieces like the Loico bookshelf and Asolo table. A new brochure dedicated to the Mangiarotti Collection completed the exhibition.

Click here to download the brochure created by Roberto Barazzuol, featuring his delicate expert touch.


 
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Eros console with new green Alpi finishing


 
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M table in black Marquina with Tre 3 chair in brown oakand natural leather


 
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Counterbalance was full of innovations and inspirations: new products, new styles, new forms and new materials offer new opportunities to the objects in the Mangiarotti Collection. These are icons of a cultured, sophisticated lifestyle, timeless objects with beauty ever new.

The Asolo table explores the exceptional strength of stone, the only material used in making it. It has a top with two “eyelets”in which to fit two slabs. It is available in various sizes and in various types of marble: white Carrara, black Marquinia, grey Carnico, green Alpi and Emperador Dark.

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Loico extends our range of modular bookshelves. The system is now available infive different marbles andit is composed of stackable, cylindrical load bearing elements and shelves heldin place by carefully crafted recesses.

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The Eros collection is adding new shapes and sizes. This family of tables and consoles that more than any other represents the end result of many years of research into joinery techniques, is now available in more than 25 different configurations.

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Two classic, refined materials are being added to the rich catalogue of materials included in the Mangiarotti Collection. The green Alpi marble extracted from quarries in Val d’Aosta, thanks to its characteristic intense green and lighter shades is one of the most prestigious Italian marbles.


 
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Emperador Dark is a dark brown, sometimes black, marble characterized by incredible hues that range from hazelnut to cream, making it one of the most well-known Spanish marbles in the world.


 
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