Marilena Boccato is a designer from Italy who worked in Treviso and Padua. In 1967, Boccato began her professional career. She collaborated with Gian Nicola Gigante and Antonio Zambusi. They studied architecture at Venice University together. They won the the Palladio prize in 1969 and Macef prize in 1966.
Their work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.
A selection of her works
Fantastic hand-made vintage matte and glossy black water pitcher designed by Marilena Boccato and Gian Nicola Gigante (Archstudio) with A. Zambusi for Sicart, circa 1970. Absolute minimal surface wear. Fully signed. Condition: Excellent vintage condition Size: 9 inches from spout to handle, 6.5 inches high Origin: Ital
Marilena Boccato, Gian Nicola Gigante & Antonio Zambusi – Green Boccato, Gigante & Zambusi lamp Zerbetto, Italy 1981
Description Fluorescent floor lamp in green metal designed by Italian architecture trio Marilena Boccato, Gian Nicola Gigante and Antonio Zambusi. Aesthetically, drawing on the light sculptures of Dan Flavin (The nominal three (to William of Ockham), 1963), the lamp is made from a green metal frame, which sits on a transformer base.
Rare set of 2 nesting hat-shaped vases designed by Venetian architects Marilena Boccato, Gian Nicola Gigante, and Antonio Zambusi. Made by Sicart and sold by Atelier International. DETAILS Brand: Sicart Designers: Marilena Boccato, Gian Nicola , Antonio Zambusi Color/Pattern: Black Period: 1970s Styles: Modern, Minim
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