Tommaso Spinzi

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Milan, Italy

Spinzi designs custom limited-edition pieces with sensual shapes and strong materials . His approach to furniture is a clear statement: generating the sense of beauty through living. His sculptural pieces reflect a cross linkage between automotive interior and fashion.

He has worked in Switzerland, Australia and New York. This mix of international influences has shaped his approach to design. Right from the outset, the studio has worked in different areas of design and in the most varied contexts. Tommaso’s goal is to inspire, stimulate and finally create meaningful environments.

Furniture can make or break the design of the overall interior.

PALLADIUM I&II

The architectural essence of this table derives from the neoclassical style of Palladio.
A sheet of thin metal light as light as air sketches the shape of this timeless product. A disc projecting shadows on an arch is the focus behind this timeless table.

Now on Sale

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The architectural essence of this table derives from the neoclassical style of Palladio.
A sheet of thin metal light as light as air sketches the shape of this timeless product. A disc projecting shadows on an arch is the focus behind this timeless table.

PALLADIUM I&II

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PALLADIUM I&II

The architectural essence of this table derives from the neoclassical style of Palladio.
A sheet of thin metal light as light as air sketches the shape of this timeless product. A disc projecting shadows on an arch is the focus behind this timeless table.

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

ODD_top.jpg

The architectural essence of this table derives from the neoclassical style of Palladio.
A sheet of thin metal light as light as air sketches the shape of this timeless product. A disc projecting shadows on an arch is the focus behind this timeless table.

PALLADIUM I&II

Tommaso Spinzi