The name Galerist encapsulates a way of displaying objects in a space: a display cabinet that arises from a classic motif and that reinvents itself in order to become decor that is both contemporary and design. Christophe Pillet sets his sights on round glass, creating a stage within which to display items and memories in a way that their value is appreciated at every angle. The four walls, in fact, are in extra-clear glass, allowing for a 360-degree view. The doors’ hinges are details that are simultaneously functional and aesthetic, made in treated metal to give it deep and full colour.
Galerist Display Case
Galerist display case is made of welded aluminum tailored for this project.
Available as an optional the refined Canaletto walnut chest of drawers to be placed inside.
Structure and hinged:
Front and inside:
Manufacturer & Designer
Born in 1959, Pillet graduated from the Decorative Arts School in Nice in 1985, and gained a Masters at Domus Academy, Milano, in 1986. He worked with Martine Bedin in Milano for two years from 1986-1988. He then went on to collaborate with Philippe Starck, in Paris, from 1988 to 1993. Since May 1993, he has worked on his own. His first furniture was produced by XO in 1991 and he opened his own agency in 1993. Elected as Créateur de l’année 1994, he steps into different worlds with his work including Furniture Design, Architecture and Interior Architecture, for JC Decaux, Trussardi, Moët et Chandon, Lancôme, Ecart International, Shiseido, Bally, l’Oréal, JC Jitrois, Whirlpool and Veuve Clicquot.
LEMA was the first company in Italy to create custom modular systems for the furniture. This concept allowed Lema to create a complete range for the home that can be arranged according to personal taste and requirements. This is LEMA Casa, where design is free from restrictions and characterized by a lived-in atmosphere, thanks to the impeccable quality and elegance of the single pieces. These creations live in harmony, able to adapt freely and naturally in every home worldwide. Woods, glass and metals worked in different ways create these impeccably designed items, giving a modern interpretation of the every day furniture and demonstrating the essence of Made in Italy.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
Special order item, usually ships within 14 to 16 weeks. This item is non-returnable.
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