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Massimiliano Fuksas

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Architect Massimiliano Fuksas (1944-) graduated from La Sapienza University in 1969. From 1998 to 2000, he served as the director of the VII Biennial of Architecture in Venice. He writes an architectural column founded by Bruno Zevi in the weekly magazine "L'Espresso".
He works and lives between Rome and Paris.

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Colombina Champagne Flute

After attending two weddings in the span of a single week, we've got champagne on the brain, big time. Rather than risk drying out completely, we'll spend our Monday lovingly eying the unfussy shape of these Colombina flutes by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas, imagining jolly toasts, lots of hugs, and tiny bubbles tickling our nose.

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Colombina Oil and Vinegar Set

Keep the grocery store bottles in the cupboard and pour your oil and vinegar into something a little sleeker. This glass set from Alessi comes on a melamine tray for table-ready transport, while the cone on each neck will catch sneaky drips from falling on the tablecloth.

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