“Daniel” Cabinet by Paolo Piva for FAMA
Delivering from: Conversano, Italy
Discover the wonderful cabinet of the “Daniel” series dating back to the 70s, a unique creation of the renowned FAMA company from Adria, designed by the acclaimed Paolo Piva during his early design career. This extraordinary piece of furniture is made entirely of fine African rosewood, with elegant smoked glass doors.
It represents an excellent example of the extraordinary Italian quality and craftsmanship, embodying the talent of a designer destined to leave an indelible mark on the history of design.
Our locker is in impeccable condition, with no obvious sign of the passage of time.
For more information on its history and origin, consult the bibliography: “Repertoire of Italian design 1950-1980″ by G. Gramigna, p. 369, Mondadori, 1985.”
Product name: Daniel” cabinet of the “Daniel” series”
Designer: Paolo Piva
Year of Design: 70s
Style: Italian design
Main Materials: African Rosewood and Smoke Glass
Badge Design: The use of the precious African rosewood, the elegant smoked glass doors and the sober and captivating design of Paolo Piva make it a unique piece.
Typical dimensions: 112x45xH142cm
Comfort: Wide storage capacity
Typical use: Interior design, storage of objects, display of collectibles
Design icon: This cabinet from the “Daniel” series by Paolo Piva is an icon of Italian vintage design, a symbol of the beginning of an extraordinary career in the world of design.
Versatility: Suitable for different furnishing contexts
Current State of Design: Perfect condition, without signs of wear
Additional Notes: This cabinet is mentioned in the bibliography “Repertoire of Italian design 1950-1980” by G. Gramigna, p. 369, Mondadori, 1985.
Paolo Piva (1933 – 2017) was a renowned Italian designer and architect known for his influential creations in the field of industrial design and architecture. Here are some key information about his career and his contribution to the world of design:
Start of Career: Paolo Piva was born in Adria, Italy, and studied architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. His design career kicked off in the 60s and 70s.
Iconic Design: Paolo Piva has become famous for his creations in the furniture design sector, in particular for his work with the furniture company B&B Italia. One of its most iconic designs is the “Alanda,” chest of drawers which has become a symbol of postmodern design.
Badge Style: Paolo Piva’s design was characterized by clean lines, geometric shapes and a strong sense of minimalist aesthetics. This style has contributed to defining contemporary Italian design.
Success Collaborations: In addition to his collaboration with B&B Italia, Piva has worked with several other prestigious design and furniture companies, helping to create a series of pieces of furniture that have become real design classics.
Durable flu: Paolo Piva’s works continue to influence contemporary design. His approach to the balance between aesthetics and functionality has made his pieces highly desirable for both design lovers and collectors.
Architecture: In addition to furniture design, Paolo Piva has also worked in the field of architecture, carrying out residential and commercial projects all over the world.
Prestige and Awards: Paolo Piva has received numerous awards and prizes during his career, attesting his importance in the world of design.
Paolo Piva was a key figure in the Italian design scene and his work continues to inspire new generations of designers and design lovers. His legacy in the world of design is rich in innovation and style, and his creations remain coveted internationally recognized design pieces.
“Daniel” cabinet by Paolo Piva for FAMA
Dealer of design furniture, iconic pieces and vintage from 1900s to 2000s, based in Conversano, south Italy.
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