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Piers, multifunctional object, Roberto Paoli design for Bonaldo

multifunctional object Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo
multifunctional object Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo
Piers, multifunctional object, Roberto Paoli design for Bonaldo it has been modified: 2016-02-23 di Benedict Flowers

Piers is a multifunctional object composed of essential figures, each of which circumscribes one of the three functions that the product performs.

Piers, designed by Roberto Paoli, uses elementary geometries to generate a more complex structure. The word Pier in English means “pier, wharf”, but it also indicates the port sheds where the ships land, coming directly from the sea. The geometric shapes of these sites were taken up in the Piers project.

The inclined lines, the overlap and the decorative combination follow the aesthetic code of Piers, a hybrid object in which the square becomes a coat hanger, the circle a mirror and the rectangle a comfortable table top. A useful and playful product, which lightly brings together tasks that are generally performed by several objects.

A quick support as soon as you enter the house, a hanger on which to put a jacket and the mirror for a last look before going out.

Piers is a young object with a modern aesthetic, suitable for dynamic environments that furnishes with joy and color, an ideal solution to save space.

Piers will be presented at the Salone del Mobile in Milan from 12 to 17 April 2016 at the Bonaldo stand - Hall 5 Stand F09 / G06.

multifunctional object Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

multifunctional object Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

multifunctional object Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

multifunctional object Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

multifunctional object Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

multifunctional object Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

multifunctional object Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

Pier Roberto Paoli for Bonaldo

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