Ettore Sottsass (1917-2007)

"Juliette" vase

Work italian work
Materials white Sèvres biscuit and red enamelled porcelain
Creation date 1994
Special features Signed and Sevres Manufacture stamp with number 04.
Height 56 cm
Diameter 18 cm
€14,000.00
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Work
italian work
Materials
white Sèvres biscuit and red enamelled porcelain
Creation date
1994
Special features
Signed and Sevres Manufacture stamp with number 04.

Ettore Sottsass (1917-2007)

"Juliette" vase

Who is

Ettore Sottsass (1917-2007)

Ettore Sottsass was born in Munich in 1917. He began his career in his father's architectural practice in Italy. Passionate about design, he also was interested in photography, jewelery, and painting. With a group of young designers he founded the Memphis project which questioned with humor the excesses of the consumer society at the time. They were concerned with cultural and artistic aspects and produced original and unusual works in limited series. In the 1980s, Sottsass decided to dissolve Memphis in order to focus on his architectural firm. He will then work for large groups such as Fiat, Apple, Serralunga and Emeco.