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CHE PALLE - 18 balls bordeaux with yellow jolly

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CHE PALLE - 18 balls bordeaux with yellow jolly Sculpture

TID The Interior Design

Italy

Sculpture, Metal on Iron

Size: 31.5 W x 35.4 H x 39.4 D in

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This Armchair CHE PALLE – BORDEAUX is a unique piece, realized by the artist Anacleto Spazzapan, and it’s composed by 18 spherical elements. The structure is realized with a 3mm metal wire cutted and welded by hand. The spheres, in the beginning, were part of a oversize bunch of grapes, that in a second moment was decomposed into different parts; with some of elements were created the armchairs CHE PALLE series. These sculptures are all unique pieces different from each other according to the color, the number of spherical elements (9 or 18) and the type of the seat. In this piece the seat is represented by a Jolly that you can change whenever you want so you can change colour and material if you want. The jolly is a standard piece and the artist produces this element in iron, fabric and plastic. Armchair CHE PALLE is not just a seat, but it’s also a sculpture that could be placed indoor and outdoor thanks to the use of epoxy powder coating.

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Sculpture:Metal on Iron

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:31.5 W x 35.4 H x 39.4 D in

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TID represents Anacleto Spazzapan, born in Luino (VA) in 1943, lives in Stezzano (Bergamo). Anacleto graduated surveyor and attended the Military School of Caserta. He has tried in different jobs: designer, production assistant, restructuring and trade. In the island of Java, he discovered a culture of 3,000 years ago; he has reported the existence to the Indonesian government and, with the economic and political support of an Italian entrepreneur, he made some excavations with important findings. In 2011 he started to create artistic and design objects with a new technique, invented by him, using only iron rods with 3 to 5 millimeters.

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