Marino di Teana's Mid-Century Sculpture and Furniture Make Their Way to the Hamptons

The solarium with sculptures ranging in height from 12 to 30 inches. Courtesy of Arian Camilleri.

Drawings of monumental sculptures for the German city of Saarlouis. Courtesy of Galerie Loft.

In Michael Bruno’s gutted living room in Southampton, New York, Maison Gerard’s vignette with a Marino di Teana table base in polished steel and a Fernando Mastrangelo mirror. Courtesy of Michael Mundy.

An ode to liberty in patinated steel. Courtesy of Arian Camilleri.

The same metal for another sculpture. Courtesy of Arian Camilleri.

On the Southampton lawn, a Cor-Ten steel dedication to mathematician Niccolò Fontana Tartaglia. Courtesy of Galerie Loft.

Architectural ideas represented by a scale model. Courtesy of Galerie Loft.

A fountain in aluminum-composite and glass installed in Southampton, in a poured concrete reflecting pool by Kimberly Von Koontz Landscapes. Courtesy of Arian Camilleri. 

A monumental Cor-Ten steel sculpture in Nancy, France. Courtesy of Galerie Loft.

Inspired by Taoist philosopher Lao-tzu, a patinated steel sculpture. Courtesy of Michael Mundy.

A smaller one in blackened steel. Courtesy of Michael Mundy.

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