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A tubular steel low table with a dark brown lacquered top designed by Roberto Gabetti and Aimaro d’Isola.
Roberto Gabetti (born 1925) and Aimaro d’Isola (born 1928) were pupils of Carlo Mollino at the Politecnico, Turin. As architects they founded the Italian ‘neo-liberty’ school, an attempt to redefine post-war architecture in a more vernacular style that retained the essence, but not the homogeneity, of the ‘modernist’ movement. They designed only a few pieces of furniture, of which the present table is a clear example of their distinct style
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