THIs YEAr BONaLDO JoINS tHE SaLONe DEL mOBILE wITH FoUR HIGh END PrODUCTS
Collaborating with different designers, the new collections shows off variety and innovation.
The “Otto” chair is the result of the collaboration with Fabrice Berrux. Giving a male name to a charming fluid and feminine line, the designer created an item of androgynous soul, available in different nuances and textiles.
The sinuous shape is also the main feature of the “Mellow” table by Bartoli design, that seems to be born from an envelopping hug between the massive base and a soft top. The “Bahia” armchair, instead, winks to the 50s: designed by Mauro Lipparini, together with the same named chair, it give birth to a truly new Bonaldo family. Even if its metallic structure could seem slight and fragile at the first sight, it is strong enough – and more – to sustain the soft sitting.
To end, the last news about this year, is “Madame C.” by Giuseppe Viganò, not only a simple bed but a truly homage to the iconic fashion designer Coco Chanel. With its three-pillowed headboard, in addition to the bed, “Madame C” is also a living collection.
Cover: Bonaldo, “Madame C.” bed