Iconic cocoon pendant lamp designed by Tobia Scarpa for Flos in Italy in the 1960s. The lamp shade is made of original cocoon and has an organic shape.
In the early 1970s, Donald Judd began to design furniture for 101 Spring Street in New York with his first designs were a wood bed and metal sinks. In 1977, he returned to furniture design through necessity for furniture for his residence in Marfa, Texas. By 1984, Judd had designed a range of wood furniture including beds, desks, benches, chairs, and shelves; and metal furniture including chairs, benches, beds, and a table. Judd Foundation
In 1912, Mariano Fortuny, Gabriele D’Annunzio and Lucien Hesse designed the "Teatro delle Feste," which was to be constructed at Esplanade des Invalides in Paris. Fortuny built the model, based on their design, inside the studio of the present-day Fortuny Museum where it is now exhibited after restoration.
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