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Ettore Sottsass and Aldo Cibic, Esprit Dusseldorf, 1986

"Looking at this building today, it looks very outdated, although I'm sure it was in vogue at the time it was built in the mid Ettore Sottsass and Aldo Cibic, Esprit Dusseldorf, 1986

Esprit Store Interior by Ettore Sottsass. 1985  #ettoresottsass...

This interior of an Esprit store is a perfect example of the Memphis style. I think this is the perfect style for a shop fitout because its so playful

ESPRIT Flagship shop Köln 1986   by Sottsass Associati   (Ettore Sottsass + Shuji Hisada)   photo by Aldo Ballo

ESPRIT Flagship shop Köln 1986 by Sottsass Associati (Ettore Sottsass + Shuji Hisada) photo by Aldo Ballo

Ettore Sottsass, Showroom Esprit, Amburgo, 1986. Photo © Aldo Ballo

A recent monograph on Ettore Sottsass is a multi-layered container, rich and complex like its protagonist who marked a profound and avant-garde turning point in twentieth-century design culture.

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Ettore Sottsass: 1917 - 2007 in Milan, Italy. Ettore Sottsass was an Italian architect and designer of the late century. His body of designs included furniture, jewelry, glass, lighting and office machine design.

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The ACME House in Maui by Ettore Sottsass in architecture Category <--- LOVE love love it!

Ettore Sottsass (Italiano, 1917-2007) with Sottsass Associati | Rendering of Ristorante Snaporazz | Unrealized Project | San Francisco, California | Drawn by Matteo Thun

Snaporazz Restaurant (set of nine drawings) by Sottsass Associati, hand colored by Matteo Thun sold by the modern archive

Neue Staatsgalerie (New State Gallery) Stuttgart Germany (1984) | James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates | © Alastair Hunter

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James Stirling/Michael Wilford fonds, Canadian Centre for Architecture. Image Courtesy of Alastair Hunter / RIBA Library Photographs Collection

bright colour combinations for “INDIAN HOMES’: Indian architecture and colors.something attractive in nature.

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Ettore was a founding member of the Memphis Group, a short-lived, loathed-by-some design collective in the This house colouring is in line with Memphis style.

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