Luigi Colani:
Letter holder


Luigi Colani:
Letter holder

$ 214,18 (188,00 EUR)

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Handmade | Signed | Tin | Polished | Height 8.5 cm | Weight 900g

Luigi Colani: Letter holder

Our time is marked by rapid change. The short-lived now rule the modern world. But the lastingness is more and more important for people and is desirable both in large and small. This raises the wish to find the constant._x000D_

Many hours are being spent at the desk. In 2002 the stimulus came for Luigi Colani and the company Röders to develop well-shaped accessories that not only function optimally but also work through the form design on the highest level. No short-lived fashion influences this design. It is eternally beautiful._x000D_


Designed by Luigi Colani, the letter holder is a small sculpture which attracts attention and is with pleasure held in hand. As all the creations of great designers, this letter holder is long-lasting valuable tin casting made individually by hand and signed. Height 8.5 cm, weight 900g. Delivery without decoration.

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Luigi ColaniLuigi Colani, born in Berlin in 1928, founded in 1955 his legendary design workshop, with which he celebrated his spectacular success in a very short time: Golden Rose in Geneva for the Fiat 1100 TV, the legendary sports car Colani GT, working for Alfa Romeo, Lancia, VW and BMW.

With his furniture creations Colani became the world-renowned star of design in the 60s. This was followed by countless award-winning designs, future studies and product world-renowned manufacturers with which Luigi Colani decisively shaped the image of modern design, for example, his SLR camera Canon T90, Sony headphones that were included in the New York Museum of Modern Art, computers, and many others.

An inexhaustible wealth of forms runs through his work like a leitmotiv. Since 1991 he has been inspiring provider of ideas for NASA. Colani's designs can be found in many museums around the world including the permanently exhibited design collection of the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich.

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