Enzo Mari In Attesa Waste Paper Basket
Danese Milano, Italy.
Special: $69.00 instead of $90.00.
In Attesa Waste Paper Basket. In Attesa was designed by the multi-talented Italian designer
Enzo Mari in 1971 for Danese Milano, Italy. Enzo Mari is one of the most thoughtful and intellectually provocative Italian designers of the late 20th century.
In Attesa actually translates into "Expecting" from Italian, a perfect name for this beautiful
wastepaper basket. This stylish waste paper basket is perfect for the
office or the home. In Attesa is perhaps the most stylish and practical wastebasket that was
ever designed! There's a certain satisfaction in crumpling up a piece of paper and tossing it into the In Attesa wastepaper basket.
The angled design gives you a little extra advantage when you toss your trash.
A stylish and practical addition to any space, room and home office! The In Attesa waste paper basket has become one of the classic icons of 20th Century Design and
can be found in museum collections worldwide. Available in glossy white or glossy black.
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Enzo Mari (born 1932) is a noted Italian modernist artist and furniture designer.
Enzo Mari was born in Novara in 1932, and is one of the most authoritative exponents on
the Italian design scene. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan.
His work was exhibited in a number of editions of the Venice Biennial and the Triennial of
Milan. His work involves design with focus on research, projects in graphic design, product
design and exhibition layout. In 1971, he took part in the exhibition "Italy: The New Domestic Landscape"
organized by MOMA of New York. He won three Compassi d'Oro (1967, 1979, 1987). Enzo Mari's
work is on display at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, at the Modern Museet in Stockholm, at the Stedeljik Museum in Amsterdam,
at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, at the Kunstmuseum in Dusseldorf.
Size: 10.24" diameter x 16.41" height.