Highboard Acerbis

Highboard Acerbis  is an original decorative furniture piece realized by  Giotto Stoppino  (Vigevano, 1926 – Milan, 2011)  in the  1970s

Made in Italy. 

Satin Steel and Wood. Total dimensions: 140 x 43 x 125 cm.

Excellent conditions. 

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Artist Giotto Stoppino
Period 1970s
Typology Other
Dimensions (cm) 140 x 43 x 125

Highboard Acerbis is an original decorative furniture piece realized by Giotto Stoppino (Vigevano, 1926 – Milan, 2011)  in the 1970s

Made in Italy. 

Satin Steel and Wood. Total dimensions: 140 x 43 x 125 cm.

Excellent conditions. 

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Highboard Acerbis  is an original decorative furniture realized by  Giotto Stoppino  (Vigevano, 1926 – Milan, 2011). Stoppino was an Italian architect and designer. A pupil of the architect Ernesto Nathan Rogers, one of the inspiring exponents of the neoliberty, he collaborated with the architects Vittorio Gregotti and Lodovico Meneghetti (Associated Architects 1953-1968). From 1968, with his independent studio, he ranged from architecture to urban planning, up to design: residential nucleus in Cameri, rental houses and office building in Novara, headquarters of the Banca Popolare di Novara in Bra, buildings in via Palmanova, via Cassoni, Via Desiderio in Milan, building for homes and offices in Lucca, the textile factory Bossi Spa in Cameri. Since 1960 member of the Industrial Design Association (ADI) twice in the ADI 66-68 and 71-73 steering committee, he was a resident of the Industrial Design Association (ADI) in the years 82-84. He also chaired the ICSID '83 International Congress in Milan. He received two honorable mentions: the Compasso d'Oro '60 and '70 Award, the Compasso d'Oro '79 and '89 twice. Stoppino has been present since 1970 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York with the 537 Arteluce lamp in the permanent collection, while the Sheraton furniture is part of the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London since '81. On 12 July 2011 he obtained the Compasso d'Oro for his career on the occasion of the XXII edition of the award.

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