Badu and Wallhouse are two new objects designed by Roberto Paoli Ligne Roset presented at imm cologne 2016.
The partnership between Roberto Paoli and the French company Ligne Roset continues, which for 2016 chooses to expand the product catalog by adding the two new projects Badù and Wallhouse designed by the Italian designer to the collection.
Badu is a wall mirror that is inspired by the Nordic tradition in the formal and material choice. A 45-degree splayed frame protects the mirror by coloring itself with a warm gray inside, while externally it keeps the natural essence of the wood visible. Roberto Paoli with design consistency gives the object a decidedly clean look that does not exceed the decoration without at the same time giving up a delicate detail.
Wallhouse is a wall shelf whose representation is the stylistic transposition of the elementary design of a house. In particular, it almost faithfully reproduces the “little house” designed by the children but in a wireframe version. It represents an area of protection for what is placed on the floor, a place where we can enhance the objects to which we are linked by giving them a shelter similar to the feeling we experience when we are safe in our domestic hearths.
Wallhouse is made from a top and a back in anthracite gray painted sheet, whose structure is enclosed by a metal wire frame.