The Mark Provides Access to Vintage Italian Designs Online

A curated selection of timeless furniture, lighting and accessories.

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Los Angeles-based startup The Mark provides an online-only store that gives access to vintage Italian furniture, lighting and accessories from the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. Recognized for its timeless aesthetic and craftsmanship, rare selections from Italian manufacturers and designers including Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti, B&B Italia and Flos can be procured through the newly-launched web shop. Each item includes a short description of the product, the year it was made, the overall condition, detailed specs and more. Founded by Mattia Nuzzo, a specialist in Italian design, The Mark aims to deliver curated items that expose consumers to the value of unique and well-designed vintage pieces, as opposed to newly-made ones that can quickly depreciate and break. Featuring high-quality images and a user-friendly layout, head over to the website for more details.

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