Artist: Angelo Mangiarotti

With nearly 300 lots sold to date, Wright champions the inventive craftsmanship of Angelo Mangiarotti. The Italian architect and designer's legacy shines through his humanistic and personal approach to functional design.
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Angelo Mangiarotti

Angelo Mangiarotti at a Glance

Mangiarotti was raised in Milan, Italy, where his family owned and operated a bakery

While lecturing in Chicago in 1953, he became connected to Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Walter Gropius

In 1989, he established the Mangiarotti & Associates Office based in Tokyo, Japan

Auction Results Angelo Mangiarotti

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Equilibrio di una Relazione Vitale | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Equilibrio di una Relazione Vitale
estimate: $20,000–30,000
result: $33,600

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, dining table | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

dining table
estimate: $10,000–15,000
result: $32,500

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, bronze vessels, set of six | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

bronze vessels, set of six
estimate: $15,000–20,000
result: $22,800

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, dining table | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

dining table
estimate: $15,000–20,000
result: $20,400

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, dining table | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

dining table
estimate: $9,000–12,000
result: $20,000

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Eros coffee table | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Eros coffee table
estimate: $10,000–15,000
result: $19,200

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, dining table from the Eros Collection | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

dining table from the Eros Collection
estimate: $5,000–7,000
result: $18,750

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Eros console | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Eros console
estimate: $7,000–9,000
result: $18,000

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Eros console | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Eros console
estimate: $9,000–12,000
result: $18,000

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, dining table | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

dining table
estimate: $15,000–20,000
result: $17,500

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Idlor armchair, set of six | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Idlor armchair, set of six
estimate: $5,000–7,000
result: $17,500

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Inca console | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Inca console
estimate: $7,000–9,000
result: $17,500

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, chandelier | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

chandelier
estimate: $7,000–9,000
result: $16,800

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, vessels, set of six | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

vessels, set of six
estimate: $7,000–9,000
result: $15,600

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, console from the Eros collection | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

console from the Eros collection
estimate: $5,000–7,000
result: $15,000

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Inca console | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Inca console
estimate: $5,000–7,000
result: $15,000

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Eros side table | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Eros side table
estimate: $5,000–7,000
result: $14,400

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Eros occasional table | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Eros occasional table
estimate: $4,000–6,000
result: $14,400

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, vase | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

vase
estimate: $1,500–2,000
result: $13,800

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, custom desk from the Eros collection | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

custom desk from the Eros collection
estimate: $10,000–15,000
result: $11,430

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, planter | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

planter
estimate: $4,000–5,000
result: $11,400

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Eros occasional table | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Eros occasional table
estimate: $5,000–7,000
result: $11,400

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, Bilobato coffee table from the Eros collection | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

Bilobato coffee table from the Eros collection
estimate: $7,000–9,000
result: $11,400

ANGELO MANGIAROTTI, console from the Eros collection | Wright20.com

Angelo Mangiarotti

console from the Eros collection
estimate: $10,000–15,000
result: $11,250

Angelo Mangiarotti 1921–2012

Italian architect and designer Angelo Mangiarotti was known for applying a personal and humanistic approach to functional design. Born in Milan in 1921, he earned a degree in architecture from Milan Politecnico in 1948. Mangiarotti was fascinated by the methods and techniques employed in city-planning and architecture in addition to a passion for beauty and design. In 1953, while serving as a guest lecturer at the Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago he made connections to Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Walter Gropius.

Mangiarotti returned to Italy in 1955 establishing a firm with Bruno Morasutti, later opening his own firm in 1960. His inventive nature and craftsmanship was employed in numerous projects from marble bowls and glass collections for Knoll to urban planning and industrial design projects. In 1989, he established the Mangiarotti & Associates Office based in Tokyo, Japan. A highly regarded designer, Mangiarotti was presented with the Domus Formica award in 1956, the American Industrial Partners award for industrial construction works in 1972, the gold medal in architecture by the Accademia della Torre of Carrara in 1998, and a dedicated exhibition held at Calenzano's Design Museum in May 2010. Angelo Mangiarotti died in Milan in 2012.

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