In early 2007 I wrote about unusual designer/architect Fabio Novembre and reproduced an interview he did with Icon Magazine. Well, he's been a busy boy since then and 2008 proved to be a prolific year for him that included several lust-worthy items.
His "him" and "her" chairs are made from polyethylene and are available in black, red and white (but not the green). Produced by Casamania.
Above: Her chair in black
Above His chair in white
Above: the designer with his Her chair
Buy them here.
His collection of furniture called Histograms for Meritalia was also introduced this year:
His "slow the flow' water faucets are beautiful:
Above: His organic curving water faucets for rubinetteria stella, 2008
The above faucets are a nice compliment to his bathroom sink, toilet and bidet named the Void System, produced by Flaminia:
His crazy funky Divina sofa is produced in a limited edition by Driade.
The Divina is a reclining female figure built into the leather tufted sofa. Created on a stainless steel frame and stuffed with polyurethane foam.
Buy it here.
He also created this lovely series of 8 silver plated brass trays based on Piazzas (or town squares) in Italy for Driade. below are all the trays in the series which were first shown at the Draide showroom at the Milan furniture fair last April.
100 PIAZZE by Fabio Novembre for Driade
Above: FIRENZE by Fabio Novembre in silver plate L. 25,4 P. 34,5 H. 10,2
Above: LUCCA by Fabio Novembre in silver plate L. 25 P. 35 H. 10
Above: MILANO by Fabio Novembre in silver plate L. 38,2 P. 43 H. 11,7
Above: PALMANOVA by Fabio Novembre in silver plate L. 58,5 P. 67 H. 10,5
Above: ROMA by Fabio Novembre in silver plate L. 29 P. 34 H. 13,8
Above: TORINO by Fabio Novembre in silver plate L. 35 P. 65,5 H. 8,7
Above: VENARIA REALE by Fabio Novembre, in silver plate L. 29 P. 36,8 H. 8,8
Above: VIGEVANO by Fabio Novembre, in silver plate L. 20,8 P. 55 H. 13
The pieces are available for purchase here , here and here.
Above: designer/architect Fabio Novembre.
Be sure to see my other post on him which shows several of his unusual pieces and interiors as well as a great interview. Read it here.
The images, text and information by laura sweet on this site are licensed and protected under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. If you reproduce or re-purpose, be sure to credit this blog and link back to the post. Thanks.