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El Greco Gallery

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A system for management offices, complete with coordinated tables, desks and storage units. The collection particularly stands out for the strong lines of the chrome-plated steel structure, topped by elegant volutes that evoke the classic constructive geometry of Corinthian columns and capitals. The entire collection is designed around a curving, ‘v’ shaped steel profile, which is repeated symmetrically and serves both as a supporting surface for the tops, and as a foot or support for the cabinets and drawer units. Corinthia combines a strong visual impact with great flexibility of use, allowing for different configurations starting from just a few basic elements, which are able to meet the different personal requirements of a manager’s office. Easy desk and Desk have a supporting frame in metal, with tubular steel elements resting on turned, chrome-finished steel columns. It is also available with a squared wooden base, upholstered in Pelle Frau® leather. Corinthia is available upholstered in Pelle Frau® Color System leather or finished with a Canaletto Walnut veneer.

About Designer
Luca Scacchetti

Born in Milan in 1952, he graduated in architecture from the Politecnico di Milano. His first works, at the start of the 1980s, were restorations and new houses in Lombardy, Switzerland and Germany. In 1985, he took charge of the restoration of a building in corso Garibaldi in Milan; following this he completed a dual residential building in vialePiave (1986-90). He has carried out the redesign of the international terminal at Rome Fiumicino Airport. He has taken part in competitions for buildings and public spaces and has carried out numerous interior design projects for houses, offices, shops and exhibitions. He has designed furniture, decorative objects and fabrics. He has taken parts in exhibitions in Italy and abroad and has been a speaker at international conferences.