Society Hill Halftone Storage
Michael Iannone, 2009
Bamboo Plywood, Bamboo Veneer
71.5" W x 18.75" D x 30" H

Michael Iannone graduated from Rowan, worked out of a former railroad car depot in Kensington for many years, and recently moved his studio across the bridge to Glassboro, NJ. New pieces in his eco-friendly modern furniture collections are often inspired by the desire to make use of a certain fabrication technique. The image on this credenza of I.M. Pei’s 1963 Society Hill Towers is composed of 7,000 holes bored into wood via a CNC (computer numerical controlled) router. For this exhibit, Iannone changed the materials from the bamboo to maple and refined the base. CT