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An Italian chrome 'Tarbo' rectangular low table in dark blue laquer. Supported by a chrome base of interlocking elements. The legs mounted with a collar of material matching the tops. An Italian 1970's coffee table of Neo-Liberty style. The initiators of the movement were the Turin architects Roberto Gabetti (born 1925) and Aimaro d'Isola (born 1928), who were both pupils of Carlo Mollino at the Politecnico, Turin. In 1957, the architectural journal Casabella Continuita, edited by Ernesto Nathan Rogers and Vittorio Gregotti, published a number of works by Gabetti and d'Isola, including the influential Borsa Valori (1953)and Bottega d'Erasmo residential block (1953-1956), both in Turin.The ideas expressed by Gabetti and d'Isola were part of a general move away from the purist principles of the Modern Movement at that time, and, like many other architects, they continued to develop new approaches in their architecture in the 1960's and after.
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