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Table SK207 - Agapecasa

17.063

PRICE 17.063

Measures: 135cm x 135cm x 72cm

Delivery 12 weeks

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Product description

In 1959, while working on precast concrete elements that could be produced on an industrial scale for architecture, with astute intelligence, Angelo Mangiarotti chose the ancient "lost wax" casting technique for the creation of his first bronze table: the SK207 table. Used mainly in the creation of sculptures, this particular technique makes each piece unique, since the mold must be destroyed to extract the fusion product. The process, the geometry, the weight and its resistance, allow the conical base of SK207, despite the reduced support surface, to support large marble countertops for a sophisticated combination of materials and surfaces.
For Mangiarotti, form goes beyond mere function: form, structure and function become truly inseparable. Only two years after the Church of Baranzate and the Club 44 project, through extraordinary simplicity and incredible economy, the Master elevates industrial architecture to temple levels. It would be difficult to find a better example of this approach than the SK207 table from Agapecasa, the master's first foray into the field of metallurgy.
Details: Round table with central support in cast bronze with lost wax molding, surface treated with hot spread silver nitrate patina. Tabletop in Alpi green marble.

Given the artistic value of the elaboration, the bronze base has a limited production of only 100 signed and numbered copies.

Consult more information with Naharro furniture.

Brand

Agapecasa

Agape has expanded its horizons to cover the entire home environment, offering a new brand, AgapeCasa, with a range of products for all stays.
With the Mangiarotti Collection, AgapeCasa enters the domestic furniture sector: chairs, tables, containers. Manufactured according to schemes and models of the study of Angelo Mangiarotti and updated (there are pieces between the years 50 and 90) in terms of techniques and production processes, all the pieces share a careful care in detail, almost handmade precision, and the care to the materials.
Works in wood, leather, steel, marble. His lines call for special attention to those features that too often go unnoticed: the curvature of the marble in the Clizia or that of the seat in the Tre 3 chair, which has three legs; the way in which the inverted uves that hold the Cavalletto bookshelf are arranged over each other; or the double steel tube at the base of P71.
Naharro furniture is official distributor of the furniture brand AgapeCasa with exhibition in its stores in Madrid and online store, where you can see and buy your entire catalog.

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Angelo Mangiarotti

Angelo Mangiarotti (Milan, 1921-2012) graduated in Architecture in 1948 from the Politecnico di Milano and between 1953 and 1954 he worked in the United States, where he met Frank Lloyd Wright, Walter Gropius, Mies van der Rohe and Konrad Wachsmann.
There, he opens an architecture firm together with Bruno Morassutti until 1960. While working as an architect, whose works are published in books, specialized magazines and newspapers, he has an intense didactic activity carried out in different Italian and foreign universities.
Mangiarotti, as a designer, gives plastic art a very important role. The objective of his research, which is always carried out with careful respect for the characteristics of the material, is the definition of the shape of the object as a quality of the material.
Naharro furniture distributes the pieces manufactured by different furniture brands and designed by Angelo Mangiarotti in its stores in Madrid and online store, with delivery and assembly service throughout Spain. Ask us for any additional information.

Description

In 1959, while working on precast concrete elements that could be produced on an industrial scale for architecture, with astute intelligence, Angelo Mangiarotti eligió la antigua técnica de fundición a la “cera perdida” para la creación de su primera mesa de bronce: la mesa SK207. Utilizada principalmente en la creación de esculturas, esta particular técnica hace que cada pieza sea única, ya que hay que destruir el molde para extraer el producto de la fusión. El proceso, la geometría, el peso y su resistencia, permiten que la base cónica de SK207, a pesar de la reducida superficie de apoyo, soporte grandes encimeras de mármol para una sofisticada combinación de materiales y superficies
For Mangiarotti, form goes beyond mere function: form, structure and function become truly inseparable. Only two years after the Church of Baranzate and the Club 44 project, through extraordinary simplicity and incredible economy, the Master elevates industrial architecture to temple levels. It would be difficult to find a better example of this approach than the SK207 table from Agapecasa, the master's first foray into the field of metallurgy.
Details: Round table with central support in cast bronze with lost wax molding, surface treated with hot spread silver nitrate patina. Tabletop in Alpi green marble.

Given the artistic value of the elaboration, the bronze base has a limited production of only 100 signed and numbered copies.

Consult more information with Naharro furniture.

Other Information

Sizes 135x135x72 cm

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