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April 22, 2014
Italian design duo LucidiPevere made its mark on Milan in 2014 on and offsite at Salone del Internazionale del Mobile; here's a look at the pair's latest and greatest furniture and lighting.
LucidiPevere Design Studio portrait
Paolo Lucidi (1974) and Luca Pevere (1977) graduated from the Politecnico di Milano in Industrial Design and worked independently before establishing LucidiPevere Design Studio in 2006. They are currently designing across a range of materials and scales for companies like Gebrüder Tonet Vienna, Very Wood, Living Divani, Ligne Roset, Casamania, DeCastelli, Foscarini, Glass Idromassaggio, Normann Copenhagen, Comforty, and Kristalia.
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Gebrüder Thonet Vienna LucidiPevere Brezel chair
LucidiPevere designed a new chair for the renowned Austrian bentwood manufacturers Gebrüder Thonet Vienna. The multiple s-curves in the Brezel chair's back (so called after a type of bread) are technically ambitious, but the effect is grounded with a cozy seat upholstered in Kvadrat fabric.
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Agape LucidiPevere canal grande bathtub
LucidiPevere's new Canal Grande bathtub for Agape.
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Flute table by LucidiPevere for Fiam
The Flute table by LucidiPevere for Fiam is the next prototype following the duo's Macramè coffee table, which won the company's young designers prize in 2013. The feet are structured as a U-section lending enough strength to support a weighty top, like marble.
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Casamania wood and metal Raphia rocking chair by LucidiPevere
LucidiPevere's Raphia wood-and-metal rocking chair for Casamania combines artisanal craft and industrial production.
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Wood Boiacca dining table LucidiPevere Kristalia
The second iteration of the Boiacca table that LucidiPevere designed for Kristalia recasts its slim concrete silhouette with wood legs and white laminate or black Fenix-NTM top.
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Aplomb concrete lighting wall sconce Foscarini LucidiPevere
Another concrete project, the Aplomb wall sconce for Foscarini, continues a design by LucidiPevere from 2010. Like the original suspension model, the raw concrete form contrasts a gentle diffusion of light. The sconce version sports a large opening at the top and the smaller one at the bottom.
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LucidiPevere basket Gerla Very Wood chair
LucidiPevere's Gerla chair for Very Wood was inspired by the idea of a nest. The contract-appropriate seating was then recast with industrial logic as a repeating module to convey the idea of a basket ("gerla" in Italian).
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Tool table Debi LucidiPevere
The super-geometric Tool table by LucidiPevere for Debi is formed by 3D laser cutting technology; the lightweight side table comes in two heights.
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LucidiPevere Design Studio portrait
Paolo Lucidi (1974) and Luca Pevere (1977) graduated from the Politecnico di Milano in Industrial Design and worked independently before establishing LucidiPevere Design Studio in 2006. They are currently designing across a range of materials and scales for companies like Gebrüder Tonet Vienna, Very Wood, Living Divani, Ligne Roset, Casamania, DeCastelli, Foscarini, Glass Idromassaggio, Normann Copenhagen, Comforty, and Kristalia.

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