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Flamingo Side Table

Michele De Lucchi

This magnificent side table is an artistic interpretation of a flamingo designed by Michele De Lucchi in 1984 for Memphis. Striking and eclectic, this piece will adorn a contemporary living room, while also being a functional display surface. The main body, a diagonal element highlighted with a pattern of parallel black and white stripes, is punctuated by black, blue, green and yellow inserts, both functional and highly decorative. This unique piece is made of engineered wood and plastic.


Memphis Milano




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Michele De Lucchi

Michele De Lucchi is an Italian designer and architect. In 1975 he graduated in Architecture from the University of Florence, where from 1975 to 1977 he worked as an assistant to Adolfo Natalini, the founder of Superstudio. Between the late ’70s and ’80s he was a leading figure in Radical Architecture, and participated in the leading Italian design movements of the time; he was also one of the co-founders of the Memphis Group, with which he collaborated from 1981 to 1987. De Lucchi’s projects at the time were carried out in collaboration with numerous Italian and European furniture brands. In 1990 he founded the Produzione Privata experimental workshop with the aim of combining an experimental approach with traditional techniques and craftsmanship. He has curated numerous art and design exhibitions and designed museum buildings such as the Triennale di Milano, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome and the Neues Museum in Berlin. He has carried out several projects for the city of Milan, including pavilions for Expo 2015, the UniCredit Pavilion in Piazza Gae Aulenti, and the setting up of the Pietà Rondanini at Castello Sforzesco. He teaches at the Faculty of Design of the Politecnico di Milano and is a member of the Accademia Nazionale di San Luca in Rome.
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