Alessandro Gedda

Designer Lomazzo / Italy

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Alessandro Gedda’s first artistic expressions are disclosed in the early eighties, in photographic projects and collections of oil paintings on canvas where Tuscany, his native land, is the main character. Tuscany, infact, is responsible for giving the artist the first inspiration for painting.

A few years later, we are at the end of the eighties, the steady longing for experimentation and challenge leads the artist to the development of new and innovative techniques which mark the breaking with the traditional techniques and the approach to a new deconstructionist art. According to this philosophy, the materials themselves define the object, without the aid of a structural support.

The first wooden creations are clear examples of this philosophy, from Cuori, union of different techniques and composite materials, to the Giganti, large unstructured objects (armchairs and bookshelves, exhibited at the Triennale in Milan), up to the more recent Mele – which will lead the artist closer and closer to the world of design.
Let’s start to talk about Alessandro Gedda as an artist capable of giving life, in 2013, to a new furniture brand, Just One Piece, which proposes the concept of art-design both for indoor and outdoor, contract and residential environment. Home furnishings become enjoyable art works, able to enrich any environment, combining style, design and functionality, thanks to an attentive combination of shapes and material.
Everyday life acquires a new value thanks to unstructured works of art which keep their functionality: small armchairs, already designed by Gedda in 1989, realized without any visible solid volume, but witha skillful intertwining of wood strips, and “light” bookshelves, floating in a geometry of wood strips and glass shelves meeting each other.
Furthermore: Just One Piece collections include new proposals of sofas, tables, small tables, armchairs and outdoor furnishings, in a series of Masterpieces conceived to meet the wishes of the most demanding lover looking for an object especially studied to meet his wishes and perfectly fit into his living spaces.
Alessandro Gedda
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Alessandro Gedda’s first artistic expressions are disclosed in the early eighties, in photographic projects and collections of oil paintings on canvas where Tuscany, his native land, is the main character. Tuscany, infact, is responsible for giving the artist the first inspiration for painting. A few years later, we are at the end of the eighties, the steady longing for experimentation and challenge leads the artist to the development of new and innovative techniques which mark the breaking with the traditional techniques and the approach to a new deconstructionist art. According to this philosophy, the materials themselves define the object, without the aid of a structural support. The first wooden creations are clear examples of this philosophy, from Cuori, union of different techniques and composite materials, to the Giganti, large unstructured objects (armchairs and bookshelves, exhibited at the Triennale in Milan), up to the more recent Mele – which will lead the artist closer and closer to the world of design. Let’s start to talk about Alessandro Gedda as an artist capable of giving life, in 2013, to a new furniture brand, Just One Piece, which proposes the concept of art-design both for indoor and outdoor, contract and residential environment. Home furnishings become enjoyable art works, able to enrich any environment, combining style, design and functionality, thanks to an attentive combination of shapes and material. Everyday life acquires a new value thanks to unstructured works of art which keep their functionality: small armchairs, already designed by Gedda in 1989, realized without any visible solid volume, but witha skillful intertwining of wood strips, and “light” bookshelves, floating in a geometry of wood strips and glass shelves meeting each other. Furthermore: Just One Piece collections include new proposals of sofas, tables, small tables, armchairs and outdoor furnishings, in a series of Masterpieces conceived to meet the wishes of the most demanding lover looking for an object especially studied to meet his wishes and perfectly fit into his living spaces.