Romeo Sozzi and Promemoria: The Designer Behind the Most Beautiful Furniture in the World
Super Savings Item! Save 39% on the Romeo Sozzi and Promemoria: The Designer Behind the Most Beautiful Furniture in the World by RIZZOLI PUBLICATIONS at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. A revealing look at the designer behind Promemoria’s stunning handmade furniture, and the luxurious interiors that embody his passion, refined taste, and eclecticism. As the third generation of specialized wood craftsmen in cabinetmaking and restoration, Romeo Sozzi made his debut in interior decoration in the 1970s. Since 1988, he and his three sons have run his company, Promemoria, which has become not just a producer of internationally high-profile furnishings but also a laboratory of
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A revealing look at the designer behind Promemoria’s stunning handmade furniture, and the luxurious interiors that embody his passion, refined taste, and eclecticism. As the third generation of specialized wood craftsmen in cabinetmaking and restoration, Romeo Sozzi made his debut in interior decoration in the 1970s. Since 1988, he and his three sons have run his company, Promemoria, which has become not just a producer of internationally high-profile furnishings but also a laboratory of innovative design. This volume is a discovery of Sozzi’s world and work, the epitome of the refined Italian lifestyle. The journey begins with the historical family home on the banks of Lake Como, furnished throughout with a mixture of one-off pieces, antique items, and fascinating collections that include vintage automobiles, cameras, and objets d’art. The reader will peruse the spaces where Sozzi works and explore his designs, enter the space where he holds his legendary dinners, and admire his collections. The book also surveys the company’s impressive production range, which has gained global recognition.
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|Item Weight:||1.25 pounds|
|Item Size:||1.3 x 12.5 x 12.5 inches|
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