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Gaetano Pesce divider

New York, New York — the town so nice, they named it twice. Now, the city has gone on to inspire not one but two collaborations between Cassina and Italian-born architect and designer Gaetano Pesce. The first of these, 1980’s Tramonto a New York (or “Sunset in New York”), was a three-seater sofa that placed an orange sunburst-shaped backrest behind a series of skyscraper-like cushions.


This year’s follow-up, a polyurethane resin room divider featuring custom brass hinges, adopts a similar composition to its predecessor but pumps up the colour, height and transparency. For Pesce, who operates his studio out of Brooklyn’s Navy Yard, it’s a testament to the timeless charm of Manhattan’s skyline.

Gaetano Pesce divider

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Gaetano Pesce Channels the Manhattan Skyline in his Latest Design

A follow up to his Tramonto a New York sofa, Gaetano Pesce has released a colourful polyurethane resin room divider.

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