Published: Monday, October 30, 2006
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His famous interiors were richly decorated with fabric, used not only as upholstery but also as spatial device. He aimed at creating architecture and interiors that could be manipulated by the user, as with the innovative lighting system for the Miller House (1937), which was mounted on a curving track and could be moved along the ceiling.
The book presents for the first time his complete furniture and interior design. Including drawings and archival photographs, it represents the most comprehensive record of this part of Mollino's production. Realized in collaboration with the Museo Casa Mollino and written by the Museum's curators Napoleone Ferrari and Fulvio Ferrari, this monograph emphasises the contemporary significance of Mollino's groundbreaking oeuvre.
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