Lazzaro Raboni drew SGA Bello some time ago, combining wood and iron together. Two materials that have created a light object, useful, stackable, beautiful.
Sandro Fabbri, Tuscan, paints delicate and ironic figures.
Lazzaro Raboni, architect, and Sandro Fabbri, artist, are longtime friends. So when their own creations met each other they produced a singular exhibition.
Sga Bello, in Sandro Fabbri’s work, is transformed into an island where a cat is on the lookout. Or from which another cat, bearded like the artist, observes the world.
Under the stool rests Raboni, pictured as a dreamy Lennon.
The exhibition also features other illustrations of Sandro Fabbri. Watercolors, inks, and pigments picturing odd shapes, visions of an ironic and loving world.
SerieOmega is also on display, a system of tables and consoles designed by Raboni for Crespi Design.
- Sga Bello system features three iron legs that rise to hold two overlapping rounded top. Legs available in two different heights. Rounded tops come in different sizes declined as seats or tables. Tops: 35 cm, 45 cm, 70 cm, 80 cm and 90 cm. Birch plywood or MDF colored paste.
- SerieOmega, oak or toulipie in different versions. Tables: 180x90xh.72 or 90x90xh.72. Console: 180x45xh.72