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Sarpi

Design Carlo Scarpa

UPSIDE DOWN BASE

Carlo Scarpa designed this design table in 1974, successor to the popular Doge, with which it appears in the Ultrarazionale collection.

PRODUCTION YEAR

1974

Carlo Scarpa designed this masterpiece of a table in 1974, as a successor to the Doge, which is included in the collection known as Ultrarazionale. While citing some of the same material characteristics as its predecessor, the base of the Sarpi is up-ended compared to the Doge, while the entire piece is smaller so it can fit into smaller spaces. In 2009, Tobia Scarpa complemented the original octagonal table-top, which was later augmented by rectangular, square and round versions, with an elongated circle option, known as the Elistella, the shape cleverly based on Bernoulli’s Spiral(Spira Mirabilis).

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Carlo Scarpa

From architecture to works in glass, from design projects to preparing museum exhibitions, the work of Carlo Scarpa has always stood out in the unmistakable way in which it manages to bring together his love for materials, his attention to detail and his masterly elaboration of organic and Wrightian poetics. Architect, designer and artist, Scarpa left the Venice Academy of Art in 1926 and began professional work, but continued to visit craftsmen’s’ workshops and Venetian master glassworkers. For twenty years, right up until the second half of the Forties, he received numerous commissions to design, convert prepare buildings.

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While alluding to the features of its predecessor, this glass and metal table reveals a new, upside-down base and smaller footprint that make it a good fit in different-sized spaces, from spacious parlors to the most diminutive living rooms.

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Table shape

In addition to the octagonal top and to versions of the table with rectangular, square and round top, in 2009 the author also introduced the Elistella version with a rounded shape designed for the spiral base of the Bernoulli.

Frame

Drawn brushed metal.

Top

Glass with beveled and polished sides and rounded edges.

Detail

Burnished exposed fasteners.

BRUSHED METAL

FLOAT 

PRODUCTION YEAR

1974

DESIGN BY
Carlo Scarpa
PRODUCTION YEAR

1974

DESIGN BY
Carlo Scarpa

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sarpi_w02.pdf
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