This pattern is celebrated the world over in design and in the movies. It was featured in the "Royal Tannebaums" and "Mightly Aphrodite". The pattern design has grown in color offerings and mediums.
Here it is interpreted into a punchy garden stool!
Originally designed in the 1940's for the Gino of Capri restaurant, lovingly know as "Ginos" by New Yorkers, Scalamandre restored the Zebras wallcovering in the upper east side institution in the 1970's after it was destroyed in a fire. Flora Scalamandre, wife of Franco, free handed the signature motif that would come to be known as the iconic Scalamandre zebras.
PORT 68 brings fresh, classic, designer-driven product to the marketplace with a clear point of view and defined merchandising story. All accented with color, pattern and/or texture in a mix of materials from around the world.
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