Andrew Meredith|||||||||||Frechman Emmanuel Gallina in his adopted home|Tapparelle, for Italian brand Colé, inspired by an English secretaire|The roll-fronted then continues for the Tapparelle storage cabinets|Poliform’s oak and leather Grace chair|The Concorde table, also for Poliform, with its ultra-thin marble top|LED lamp from Forestier’s elegant and angular Birdy collection|Sketches for Lampion, a contemporary update to the paper lantern|Temaris, a tree-like screen for Clen: “It puts you in an organic universe”|Nouvelle Vague, named for the new look it presented for its trad manufacturer|Soft, rounded details make for “non-aggressive” workplace design||
16 May 2012

The industrious Emmanuel Gallina

Words by James McLachlan

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