VIVAI DEL SUD / 1970s Bamboo Mirrored Screen
VIVAI DEL SUD / 1970s Bamboo Mirrored Screen
VIVAI DEL SUD / 1970s Bamboo Mirrored Screen
VIVAI DEL SUD / 1970s Bamboo Mirrored Screen
VIVAI DEL SUD / 1970s Bamboo Mirrored Screen
VIVAI DEL SUD / 1970s Bamboo Mirrored Screen
VIVAI DEL SUD / 1970s Bamboo Mirrored Screen
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VIVAI DEL SUD / 1970s Bamboo Mirrored Screen

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Extremely rare, original 1970s Vivai del Sud mirrored screen. Can be used as a floor screen or a wall mounted triptych mirror. Wonderful patina to bamboo. In excellent condition.

Brothers Giorgio, Gianfranco and Piero di Pierri founded Vivai del Sud in Rome in 1950. Established first as a landscape design firm, its early work included designing modern winter gardens throughout Italy as well as restoring historic parks. Building on this success, Vivai del Sud expanded in 1970 with a new focus on interior decoration and furniture design. Originally from the Italian region of Puglia, the brothers were inspired by Italian Baroque artists and Roman Architecture, using classical themes and mythological motifs in their furniture designs. Vivai del Sud built an international audience for its inimitable pieces, opening branches in Italy, France, Germany, the United Arab Emirates and West Africa. Vivai del Sud’s work has garnered international acclaim, with features in Domus, Casa Vogue and other major publications.

Dimensions:
H 1830 x W 2000 x D 55 mm