With his 25 years of experience Robert Stilin is known for creating casually elegant homesthrought the combination of the antique and vintage with clean architecture.
Robert’s classic modern work is custom tailored considering the needs of each client which gives him a reputation as a highly versatile interior designer.
Here we present you some of the products that can be found in Robert Stilin’s design firm.
1) Franco Albini
Rare and exceptional Franco Albini model PL 19 armchairmanufactured by Poggi, Italy, 1959. This armchair, also known as the “Tre Pezzi” (three pieces) armchair, consists of a tubular frame in lacquered metal, a deep curved seat, a crescentic backrest, and a half-moon headrest.
2) Vintage and Blue & Brown Ceramic Vase with Spike Edge
3) Cini Boeri
Vintage printed crystal ashtray by formidable architectand designer Cini Boeri, Italy, c. 1970s. Sleek ashtray is rectangular in shape with sloped edges and brass encasement.
4) Vintage Mid-Century Vase
Vintage mid-century ceramic vase by Marei Keramic, W. Germany, c. 1970s. This double-handle vase, executed in the traditional shape of an amphora, displays a very painterly finish similar to the abstract expressionist work of the preceding decades.
5) Contemporary Five-Arm Brass, Steel, and Aluminum Flush Mount
Contemporaryflush mount inspired by mid-century Italian and French lighting design. Light consists of blackened aluminum cylindrical center hub, 5 patinated brass arms, and perforated steel candelabra sockets.
6) Rattan Dining Table with a Ceramic Tile Top
Rattan dining table with a stunning ceramic tile top, France, c. 1950s. Table consists of rattan-wrapped legs, a tripart edge, and a ceramic tile inlay with a gorgeous painterly design in blues and whites.
7) Pair of French Mid-Century Stools with Cowhide Seats
Stunning pair of French mid-century stools. Elegant tapered wood legs, plush cowhide fur seats, and handsome joinery details.
8) Modern Oak Tripod Desk
9) Raphael Raffel
10) Marcello Fantoni
Large deep blue ceramic and brass table lamp by Marcello Fantoni Italy, 1958. Newly rewired with black twisted silk cord and bronze finish on fittings.