Domus Pompeii Dioscuri BY Roberto Sironi
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Domus Pompeii Dioscuri
DOMUS POMPEII is a capsule collection of five side tables made in Marmo di Rima, designed in dialogue with the architecture and chromatic-decorative techniques of Pompeii. Marmo di Rima is a decorative technique created in Italy in the second half of the 19th century to simulate natural marble through a mixture (stucco) made with alabaster gypsum, water and mineral pigments. A technique in dialogue with that used by the decorators of the time, as Vitruvius describes in his VII book De Architectura, identifying the four different Pompeian styles: Primo Stile was developed through the simulation of architectural elements made of stucco with pigments diluted in water.
In / 20H x 14D x 13W
cm / 50H x 34D x 33W
€ 5.000,00 EUR ex. VAT and Shipping from Italy
Lead time 8-12 weeks
Roberto Sironi is an Italian designer, who graduated from the Politecnico di Milano in Industrial Design. Roberto considers each project as a story, developed through research that involves different aspects, from rituals and anthropological references to historical memory, designing with a contemporary approach always appropriate to the context. Each project is considered a journey, enriched by new discoveries made and people met along the way. His early work investigated Italian traditions and was critically acclaimed.