Let’s try to imagine a space where decoration is completely unnecessary. Wouldn’t it be weird?
Not in its entirety, if we are talking about Vincenzo de Cotiis.
Vincenzo De Cotiis was born in 1958 in Gonzaga, Italy. He studied architecture at the Politecnico di Milano and founded his studio in Milan where he lives and works.
Research, abstraction and nature guide both his interior architecture interventions, art and collectable design pieces.
Rooms that speak for themself quite minimal but full of passion. And just because is minimal that doesn’t mean that Vincenzo puts aside the love for so many details.
From textures to mixed patterns there’s a lot to see.
De Cotiis creates sculptural spaces that evoke physical and intellectual experiences, on the cusp of art and architecture with no boundaries.
A true fan of Italian craftsmanship has been compared to that of Carlo Scarpa and Gio Ponti.
His works are available through the artist’s gallery in Milan. Such as Carpenters Workshop Gallery, and at leading global design fairs including Art Basel, Art Paris, Design Miami, Design Miami / Basel, Dubai Design Week, FOG, Frieze, PAD London, PAD Paris, TEFAF, The Armory Show and Zona Macao.
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