Vincenzo De Cotiis
Dc 1630 / 2016
Limited edition of 8 + 4 ap
recycled fiberglass, silver plated brass, cast brass
CM H: 75 W: 114 L: 239
IN H: 29.5 W: 44.9 L: 94.1
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About the artist
Vincenzo De Cotiis

Vincenzo De Cotiis, architect and artist was born in 1958 in Gonzaga, Italy. He studied architecture at the Milan Politecnico and founded his studio and gallery in 1997.

The beauty of the patina generated by time is the leitmotiv that is reflected both in his architectural and luxury interior designs throughout the world. A research that is based on a contemporary appropriation of recycled materials, often marked by time and wear, and reinterpreted through the integration of new and precious materials. The creative process is the outcome of a constant intellectual and artistic layering, fueled by a precise artisan lymph.

An aesthetic infused with "perfect imperfection" is obtained by initial decomposition followed by recomposition, passing through the use of new materials and their expressive potential, thus generating works that recall nature in the abstract.

Vincenzo De Cotiis is considered one of the protagonists of the international contemporary design scene. His works, highly collectible unique pieces, are exhibited at his gallery in Milan, and at leading international design fairs, such as Design Miami / Basel, PAD London, Design Dubai, TEFAF and Art Paris.

/ Aesop, Milan, Italy.
/ Krizia boutique, Milan, Italy.
/ T’abistro, Milan, Italy.
/ Residences, Shenzhen, China / The Straf Hotel, Milan, Italy.


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