Clothes stand. Steel frame painted white, black or red.
An Italian architect and designer, he earned a degree in Engineering from Fribourg University with an emphasis on Architecture after studying both there and in Milan (Switzerland).
He established his private practice in Como back in the year 2000. The company, which is headquartered in the Principality of Monaco, specializes in the design and decoration of interiors and projects, with an emphasis on the discovery and testing of novel materials and technologies.
His projects cross disciplines, including but not limited to architectural design, product design, art direction, concept design, exhibition design, and advertising.
His creations have been showcased at international exhibitions and events for both commercial and artistic purposes. The cabinet Le Roi (2007), the sofa Vogue (2008), and the clothes stand Aster are all pieces that Dubini designed for Zanotta.
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