Welcome Desk 2011 Powder coated steel, anodised aluminium brackets Welcome Desk 2011 Powder coated steel, anodised aluminium brackets Welcome Desk 2011 Powder coated steel, anodised aluminium brackets Welcome Desk 2011 Powder coated steel, anodised aluminium brackets
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Drawer On Table Off-Cut 2011 Laminate, black mdf Drawer On Table Off-Cut 2011 Laminate, black mdf Drawer On Table Off-Cut 2011 Laminate, black mdf Drawer On Table Off-Cut 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf Off-White Off-Cut Desk 2011 Laminate, black mdf
Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London Bench To Bench 2011
Hackney Wick, London
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London
Peter Pilotto Rail at Dover Street Market
O Sole M 2008 Solid wood, oak tri-ply, reclaimed poplar wood 240 x 100 x 73cm O Sole M 2008 Solid wood, oak tri-ply, reclaimed poplar wood 240 x 100 x 73cm, Cat included O Sole M 2008 Solid wood, oak tri-ply, reclaimed poplar wood 240 x 100 x 73cm
Rita’s Chair, Left and Right
2008,
A set of 12 chairs in teak, walnut, ash, upholstery, plywood
65 x 55 x 80 cm Rita’s Chair, Left and Right
2008,
A set of 12 chairs in teak, walnut, ash, upholstery, plywood
65 x 55 x 80 cm Rita’s Chair, Left and Right
2008,
A set of 12 chairs in teak, walnut, ash, upholstery, plywood
65 x 55 x 80 cm Rita’s Chair, Left and Right
2008,
A set of 12 chairs in teak, walnut, ash, upholstery, plywood
65 x 55 x 80 cm
Carpet Future 2008
Hand woven, natural wool Carpet Future 2008
Hand woven, natural wool
Tangram 2008,
Modular tables made from terrazzo, galvanized steel, oak, walnut, ash legs, marble gravel.
Dimensions variable, 3 different heights 42/ 57/ 72 cm Tangram 2008,
Modular tables made from terrazzo, galvanized steel, oak, walnut, ash legs, marble gravel. Dimensions variable, 3 different heights:
42/ 57/ 72 cm Tangram 2008,
Modular tables made from terrazzo, galvanized steel, oak, walnut, ash legs, marble gravel. Dimensions variable, 3 different heights:
42/ 57/ 72 cm
Diego Dolcini, Milano Diego Dolcini, Milano Diego Dolcini, Milano
Together Bookcase 2007, Veneered plywood edged with polished walnut, cherry, cedar and elm.
Lacquered black and white MDF.
Limited series of 12 examples Together Bookcase 2007, Veneered plywood edged with polished walnut, cherry, cedar and elm.
Lacquered black and white MDF.
Limited series of 12 examples
Arnold Circus Chair 2007, Wooden frame, leather cover 69 x 57 x H 93cm, Limited series of 15 examples Arnold Circus Chair 2007, Wooden frame, leather cover 69 x 57 x H 93cm, Limited series of 15 examples
Hexagone Table 2007, Layered polar frame, laminated in 3 colours, waxed ebony edge.
Limited series of 9 examples.
320 x 90 x H 74cm Hexagone Table 2007, Layered polar frame, laminated in 3 colours, waxed ebony edge.
Limited series of 9 examples.
320 x 90 x H 74cm Hexagone Table 2007, Layered polar frame, laminated in 3 colours, waxed ebony edge.
Limited series of 9 examples.
320 x 90 x H 74cm
Teak Table 2006 Teak Table 2006 Teak Table 2006 Teak Table 2006
Bookcorner for Graham Bookcorner for Graham Bookcorner for Graham Bookcorner for Graham

Welcome Desk

2011
Centre d'Art Contemporain, Geneve, Ch

www.centre.ch

Photography ©David Gagnebin-de Bons








Museion Passage

2012
Museion, Bolzano, It

Museion’s 2012 season opens with a new look for the ground floor: thanks to the Museion Passage project by the designer Martino Gamper (Italy, 1971), this area now fulfills the role of 'covered square', offering a physical meeting place also open to external events.

On occasion of the opening of Museion Passage, there will be a panel discussion and poster project devoted to the theme 'The New Public'. These initiatives are part of a programme of related events surrounding the exhibition of the same name curated by Rein Wolfs, Museion’s guest curator for 2012. The posters have been designed by H I T Berlin, Lupo&Burtscher Bolzano, Metahaven Amsterdam and NORM Zürich. The discussion chaired by Rein Wolfs will feature Martino Gamper, Angelika Burtscher (Lupo&Burtscher), Daniel van der Velden (Metahaven) and Emanuela De Cecco (Libera Università di Bolzano). Taken from the press release.

www.museion.it

Photography ©Othmar Seehauser













Off White - Off Cut Desks

2011
Various Off-Cut desks
Private commission































Bench To Bench

2011
Hackney Wick, London, Uk
Concrete, laser cut and rolled steel - galvanised and powder coated, wood composite (made from a composite of recycled hardwood fibre and high density polythene), reclaimed tatajuba (wood) from the Chelsea College of Art, London.

Bespoke street furniture designed by Martino Gamper is the latest public art offering in the Olympic fringe area. The art works commissioned by the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation (LTGDC) to deal with poor connections and access to Hackney Wick - an area which sits next to the Olympic Stadium - provide local community benefits but have stimulated a lively debate over the role that public art should play in delivering a legacy for east London.

Called ‘Bench to Bench’, Martino Gamper has created bespoke pieces of street furniture constructed from recycled materials. The scattering of benches and stools form a trail from Victoria Park to the Olympic Park leading people along a route which is currently difficult to navigate.

London Thames Gateway Development Corporation is the key government agency responsible for delivering social and economic growth to transform east London. It has significant powers to effect change, by helping to improve the prospects for new homes, jobs, services and environmental improvements for local people. Bench to Bench was shortlisted in the London Planning Awards 2011/ 2012 for the Best New Public Space. Taken from the press release.

www.ltgdc.org.uk

In collaboration with www.adamkershaw.com and www.laddeng.co.uk
Photography ©Angus Mill





























Peter Pilotto Rail at Dover Street Market

2011
Peter Pilotto at Dover Street Market, London, Uk

The Spring/Summer 2011 collection is displayed on a purposely designed rail by furniture designer Martino Gamper, commissioned by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos.



“Regarding the ideas behind the rail, I was inspired by Peter Pilotto’s “The Stone Masters” collection, having grown up in the Italian Alps/ Dolomites I'm very familiar with rock climbing. The rail is about winding, stretching and movement in space, similar to a rock climber.” Martino Gamper

www.peterpilotto.com
www.doverstreetmarket.com


O Sole M

2008
Private dining table commission
Solid wood, oak tri-ply, reclaimed poplar wood 240 x 100 x 73cm, Cat included





Rita's Chair, Left and Right

2008
A set of 12 chairs in teak, walnut, ash, upholstery, plywood
Nilufar Edition








Carpet Future

2008
Hand woven, natural wool

Commissioned by Designer of the Future award and exhibition: Design Miami/ Basel.
Nilufar Edition





Tangram

2008
Modular tables made from terrazzo, galvanized steel, oak, walnut, ash legs, marble gravel.

Commissioned by Designer of the Future award and exhibition: Design Miami/ Basel.
Nilufar Edition






Every Shoe Needs A Box

2008
Diego Dolcini Boutique, Milano, It

Not a classic shoe boutique, but rather a site-specific installation, the first Diego Dolcini space in Milan was created by young designer Martino Gamper. In this concept of an interior Gamper removes the boundaries between art, fashion and design, transforming the usual, traditional shoebox, into a recurring symbolic and structural element, at the origin of spectacular accumulations and divisions of the space. Retaken and reproduced in different woods, reinvented and embellished by natural tones and textures, it evokes memories of contexts and contests, of rules and rituals of shoemaking. The shoe is the omnipresent yet invisible leading figure. Taken from the press release.

www.diegodolcini.it






Together Bookcase

2007
Veneered plywood edged with polished walnut, cherry, cedar and elm.
Lacquered black and white MDF.
Limited series of 12 examples.
Nilufar Edition




Arnold Circus Chair

2007
Wooden frame, leather cover.
Limited series of 15 examples.
Nilufar Edition




Hexagone Table

2007
Layered polar frame, laminated in 3 colours, waxed ebony edge.
Limited series of 9 examples.
Nilufar Edition







A Round Table for Katie

2006
This was a commision for Katie and ex-RCA collegue, who needed a round table for her new flat.





Bookcorner for Graham

2006
This was a commission for Graham who needed more space for books and cd's.