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  • One of UpGroup's most iconic pieces, Sholapour Centerpiece was designed by Michele de Lucchi in the '80s and is part of the permament exhibition at the MOMA in New York. 

    Inspired by the design of the Solapuri Chaddar, traditional Indian cotton linens, this sculpture was designer Michele De Lucchi who has drawn upon those intricate patterns reproducing them in stunning marble. Composed of several geometric elements resting on a large marble disc, it features a large white rimmed black circle surmounted by a black circular section with a red inverted cone and a striped cylinder with a large green rim. To add a dramatic visual impact, three black spikes boldly extend from each side.

    From white Carrara and green Alpi to red Bilbao, black Portoro and black Belgio, this abstract sculpture is an iconic decorative piece of highest quality and artistic value.

    Made to order in Italy.

    Michele de Lucchi

    DIMENSIONS: 55CM x 27CM x 46CM (H)

    MATERIALS: White Carrara, green Alpi, black Begium, black Portoro, black Marquina marble.

  • Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

    This product can be returned within 14 days of receipt. For our full Return Policy click here.


Handmade to order in Italy. Please allow four to six weeks for delivery.

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Vendor: UpGroup
SKU: 126

Meet the maker:


Established in 1969 in Massa Carrara in Tuscany, home of the most famous marble quarries, UpGroup revolutionised the way marble is applied in design and is now one of the most relevant marble manufacturers in the world. Part of its success is due to numberless collaborations with famous designers, like Michele De Lucchi, Achille Castiglioni, Philippe Starck, Ugo La Pietra, Mario Bellini, and many others. This combination of the artisans' craftsmanship and the designers' creativity gave life to extraordinary objects that have become Italian style classics, unique objects produced by combining traditional handcrafted production with the latest technology, many of which are on display in important international museums. UpGroup is also crafting architectural works for hotels, banks, airports, and villas, as well as conservative restoration on historical buildings, like the Uffizi Museum, the Bank of Italy’s Museo del Conio, Florence’s Duomo, and Beethoven’s House-Museum in Bonn.