25 Oct Gaetano Pesce “Tavola Italia 2011” – Italian Style
This very nice project is Cassina by Gaetano Pesce – design that celebrates 150 years of the Unification of Italy. For the first time it was presented in Milan 2010 Design Village Zona Tortona.
Sessantuna is a name of collection of sixty-one tables, commemorating the event, numbered pieces in the order in which the territories of the peninsula were united in 1861.
Sessantuna (sixty one in italian language) pays tribute to Italy praising femininity.
The sixty-one tables in the collection, ideally when reassembled, outline the shape of the boot of the Italian peninsula and its islands, its rugged coastline, the seas, while a special edition of five tables are the places where the unit is complete and that the history of the Risorgimento were protagonists: Marsala for the landing of a Thousand, Teano for the historic meeting between the King Vittorio Emanuele II and Garibaldi, Torino, the first capital of the Kingdom, for the Cinque Giornate Milan and Genoa, place Mameli in which he composed the national anthem.
Gaetano Pesce and Cassina returns to the table Sansone that was very popular in Italy, now discontinued, proposing it in sixty-standard models, customized and colored resin. Tables and home accessories from independent and adjustable legs that you can embellish with screen prints, Cassina available at retailers worldwide and can be purchased either directly or through on-line offerings. An original way to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Italy .