Designer: Tokujin Yoshioka
62.99″ L x 62.99″ W x 28.35″ H (in)
Used in staging
FINAL SALE: Product cannot be returned or exchanged. All sales final. Floor sample sale items are sold “as-is” condition.
From the 1950s to the present, Desalto epitomizes the tradition of Brianza, Italy, where a passionate enterprise culture, defined by the special relationship between designer and producer, sustains a virtuous circle, giving rise to design products that are unparalleled in their aesthetics and quality. Employing extraordinarily creative designers, the company retains meticulous control over all phases of development, from the initial idea to the prototype, and the engineering of the product. Its designs are truly cutting edge, winning a multitude of design awards over the past decade.
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Tokujin Yoshioka is a Japanese artist and designer, with work on display at the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper Hewitt in New York and other museums worldwide. He established his own studio in 2000 and has worked with international companies including Hermes, Toyota, BMW and Swarovski, designing showrooms and installations. After the success of his “Honey-pop” paper chair in 2001, he started developing more interior design projects for clients including Moroso, Kartell and Desalto.