Studiopepe‘s new collection with Essential Home “Happy Few” it’s a mid-century lover’s dream come true, especially if you love Italian art and design. Symbol of great craftsmanship skills, this unique set of products resembles some of the most iconic architectural landmarks in this design capital. Are you ready to be amazed?
One-touch and one look, and you find yourself walking the streets of Italy, discovering the architectural beauty of the 30s and 40s. These golden years were what motivated Chiara and Arianna from Studiopepe to create an art-like collection with Essential Home that is so beautiful and elegant, that easily shines with stunning shapes that recall the grace of mid-century Italian architecture.
Passionate about the multidisciplinary side of the design world, Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara di Pinto founded this incredible design studio in 2006 and since then they have become Italy’s best interior designers. From interior design projects to product design and creative consulting services for some of the best luxury design brands, the designers from Studiopepe feature a unique signature style that captures the attention of any design lovers.
The design studio founded by Chiara and Arianna called Studiopepe is based on one of the best fine craftsmanship cultures. That said, the renowned interior designers wanted to combine the best of Italian design with the ultimate Portuguese craftsmanship techniques, combining two cultures in one. It’s needless to say that this mid-century collection by Studiopepe was handbuilt by the finest Portuguese master artisans!
Some of the pieces of the new Studiopepe collection with Essential Home are shaped with the incredible and ancient metalworking and woodworking technique. These unique craftsmanship arts was what gave the collection its unique personality and art-like spirit.
Studiopepe doesn’t need much to impress, this new collection takes us on a journey through Italian architecture that is simply breathtaking. You don’t have to travel far to witness the inspiration behind their art like mid-century modern products. Look no further than the entrance halls of Milan’s architectural buildings. Portinerie Milanesi features square entrances bathed in beautiful wood, a simple material that goes a long way in “Happy Few”.
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