Vincenzo De Cotiis Limited Edition Tables Collection
Vincenzo De Cotiis
The concept behind this limited edition tables collection is to reinvent and to change furniture’s simple and clean shapes.
Italian designer Vincenzo De Cotiis is a very searched artist for his unique approach to design. Over the years he has developed a distinctive approach that he calls anti-design.
Leveling a raw authenticity with a minimal approach through the re-appropriation of salvaged materials, Vincenzo’s limited edition tables seem almost to grow out of the floor, or to take on unusual dimensions.
These rare tables are distinguished by their great versatility and are able to personalize any room in the house, from the living area to the bedrooms.
Thanks to the many finishes available, various shapes, sizes and heights, these are able to match any interior with a contemporary style and be useful in various places.
Vincenzo De Cotiis tables give the look of an unfinished product, as he says, and are perfect for catching attention other than being useful pieces of furniture. He forges pure forms by following an organic process that allows the final product to retain traces of the process.
De Cotiis’ artistry is wanted by many furniture manufacturers, but even if he accepted collaboration with some, declares that he prefers to work alone.
Other than designing luxury interiors for private and commercial clients he is well known as furniture and lighting designer for exclusive Italian brands and for his own brand “Progetto Domestico”.
His designs and collections of exclusive pieces are like diamonds: very rare and meant to last forever.
Vincenzo De Cotiis combines in his designs the architect’s sense of space with a sensitivity towards tactile surfaces.
Because his artworks are created from recycled materials like salvaged wood, reclaimed leather, fiberglass sourced from shipyards and manually crafts almost each of his pieces, each limited edition table is incredibly rare, not being available in more than 10 pieces, or often, a single piece or two.