Coraggio in the Press
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In this feature page in the style-and-home magazine Domino, the author touts the brisk sales of Linus’ furniture at Barney’s New York
“My first pieces weren't very comfortable; but I learned to put the ornamental touches away from where the body would rest.”
A nice profile by Suzanne Slesin for The New York Times.
Of Coraggio’s artworks, she writes, “sometimes tough and predatory-looking, they can also be lyrical and romantic.”
She also makes specific mention of Coraggio’s “Hammer & Sickle” Chair.
“[some of my chairs] have got to be uncomfortable—people in New York don't sit down very long anyway.”
Click here to read article on The New York Times’ website.