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Gianfranco Frattini

Gianfranco Frattini (1926-2004) was an italian designer, specialized in interior design and industrial design. His creations range from furnishing to lamps, marked by an essential and rigorous style. Wood was undoubtedly his preferred material, he knew its features and crafted it passionately. Among his best sellers, the 780/783 set of stacking tables for Cassina, the Sesann armchair for Tacchini, the Albero bookcase and the Kyoto table for Poltrona Frau.

The designer was awarded many prizes, he also won the prestigious Compasso d'Oro.

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For Gianfranco Frattini space is a continuum, a single concept, fusion of idea, substance and color.
Frattini was born in Padova in 1926, he graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano in 1953, where he opened his first professional studio after working in Gio Ponti’s studio, his master and mentor. He worked in the field of architecture and design, with a particular interest in interior design, and attended many exhibitions and events. In 1956 he was between the founders of ADI (Association for Industrial Design) for which he created several pieces.
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