Design Seen: Tino Valentinitsch

  • Photo by Clemens Kois
    Bologneser polyhedron Photo by Clemens Kois
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    Bologneser ($7,500 each), a new polyhedron work from the Viennese designer Tino Valentinitsch, is made from antique parquet from a circa-1850 villa in Bologna, Italy. The approximately 19-inch-tall, limited-edition piece functions as a side table or stool and can be flipped or grouped as needed. Available in the United States through Stillfried Wien, 212.226.2921, www.stillfried.com

     

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