Design Icon: Gaetano Pesce
Award winning Italian architect and designer: Gaetano Pesce, is the creative mind behind numerous iconic designs that express his unique creativity and his ability to experiment with new materials and shapes to create sculptural decorative objects and furniture, incredible pieces of art. Explore the unique vases in resin he designed for Corsi Design.
Architect and deigner,
Gaetano Pesce was one of the leaders of the ‘Italian’ radical group of the 1960’s. Since 1962 he has worked in design, experimenting with new materials and unusual shapes. He is renowned for mixing art to the design of interiors, products and architecture. In 1971 he collaborated with Alessandro Mendini in BracciodiFerro (the Cassina group) for the production of experimental objects. He also taught architecture in numerous institutions, including the Institut d’Architecture et d’Etudes Urbaines in Strasbourg, France, for 28 years, the Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh, the Domus Academy in Milan, the Polytechnic of Hong Kong and the Cooper Union in New York City, where he lives since 1980, after living in Venice, London, Helsinki and Paris.
I strive to seek new material that fit into the logic of construction, while performing services appropriate to real needs.
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Explore iconic vases designed by Italian architect and designer, Gaetano Pesce on Corsi Design Page.