Luciano Frigerio night cabinets Italy 1970. These night stands have beautiful eye-catching graphic fronts. The doors have a stunning 3D graphical pattern with diagonal layered slats. When light shines on them, they create a lovely effect that’s sure to catch your eye and make the night stands even more delightful.
One of the standout features is the doors, which have stunning brass handles covering the whole short side of each door. This luxurious detail adds modern luxury to the design. To complete the chic look, these night stands have a glossy finish. They are made with high-quality materials like cherry wood and brass, ensuring they are sturdy and built to last. These night stands are the perfect addition to your bedroom.
Luciano Frigerio was born in Desio in 1928, where his father Giovanni started a small, highly skilled cabinet-making workshop back in 1889. Luciano attended junior school at the Collegio Paola di Rosa in Desio, where he became friends with Tommaso Giussani. Tommaso later became a Monsignor in his ecclesiastical career. Their friendship grew over the years, and in 1982, Monsignor Giussani commissioned Luciano to create two lecterns for Pope John XXIII. These lecterns can still be seen today in the Basilica di S. Pietro e Paolo in Rome, placed under Bernini’s altar. While completing his technical and administrative studies at the Pio XI College, Luciano pursued his two passions that began in his adolescence: designing furniture and composing music. These were the driving forces in his life, and he dedicated himself to mastering both arts with skill and passion.
Priced and sold in a set of 2.
|Materials:||Cherry wood, brass|
|Condition:||Very good, original|
|Holland / Belgium:||€ Free|
|Europe:||€ 150 - 350|
|Outside Europe:||€ 450 - 650|