Love, love the furniture that Italian architect and a board member of the Triennale Gianfranco Frattini (1926–2004) designed in the postwar years. Born in Padua and graduated from the Politecnico di Milano, Frattini started his career at the office of his mentor Giò Ponti, before opening his own office. He collaborated with such companies as Bernini, Arteluce, Acerbis, Knoll, and Lema, but the furniture he created for Cassina is magical. They are not only stylish and radical, but were also crafted by some of Milan’s best cabinetmakers as Frattini was a connoisseur of wood craftsmanship.
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