Memphis Milano

At the start of the 1980s Ettore Sottsass and ALPI began their intense, close collaboration. The wood surfaces of ALPI became a tool of the architect’s design approach, as he reinvented and reworked the material through his own personal, extroverted and non-conformist language. The outcome was Alpi Sottsass, an original pattern in four chromatic variations – red, orange, brown and grey – which was used for the first time in the Memphis Milano collection in 1985, and was later chosen by Sottsass for other pieces of his creation.

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Memphis Milano
Memphis Milano
Memphis Milano
Memphis Milano
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