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Betti Low Table Mod II

Marialaura Rossiello

On the occasion of Milan Design Week 2019, in the exclusive setting of the Palazzo delle Meraviglie exhibition inside the prestigious Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, Forma&Cemento has presented BETTI a family of low tables and stool designed by Marialaura Rossiello, Studio Irvine. Anthropomorphic tables and chairs; a female figure with mysterious origin but with a clear classical reference to soften the brutalism of concrete.






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Marialaura Rossiello

Born on the slopes of Vesuvius, Marialaura Rossiello graduated in Architecture in Naples under Riccardo Dalisi. From the poetry of design and a deep respect for tradition and history, in 2000 she was catapulted into the capital of Italian design for a master in Strategic Design at the Politecnico. Concreteness became a challenge, marketing, communication and strategy the keynote. For a number of years she collaborated with Italian design brands, and grew accustomed to consider the product within a comprehensive corporate process. Then she moved on tiptoe into a different British atmosphere. In 2011 she became partner of Studio Irvine, where industrial products were the throbbing heart of design.
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