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  • Baleri Italia - Spherical footrest Tatino
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    Baleri Italia - Spherical footrest Tatino
    The icon of the 90es seating furniture design is the coloured seat eggs out of the Tato collection from Baleri Italia (once Cerruti Baleri). Denis Santachiara designed the humorous seat and foot stool Tato in 1995. Further models like Tatino and Tatone emerged two years later in cooperation with the company leader Enrico Baleri. In 1999 the Lunella variant followed as well as the Tato Bean and Tato Bonbon versions that Enrico Balerri created working alone in 2001. Tatino is made out of flexible and ecological polyurethane (without CFC) and possesses an automatic interior structure. Two lateral cuts support the elastic fabric. The removable and elastic fabric coatings are available in two different variants (Malaga and Dakota), as well as in many different colours.
  • Baleri Italia - Mac Gee Shelf
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    Baleri Italia - Mac Gee Shelf
    The name for his - 1979/1984 designed - shelf borrowed Philippe Starck the Science Fiction Novelle "Ubik" of Philip K. Dick. Mac Gee is a timeless beautiful creation, made in cooperation with Baleri Italia (once Cerruti Baleri) in the beginning time of Starcks career. The book shelf reminds of a blade profile of an airplane, which stands on a wall. The single brims were arranged vertically and overlap both sides, so that a soft and familiar composition is created which has similarities with a ladder, an "objet trouvé", which was modefied to a bookshelf. The whole shelf is made out of one central pillar and five boards in adjustable heights, which are made of steel sheet (with an epoxy powder coat) and it can be delivered in matt black, white and metallic silver.
  • Baleri Italia - Tatone
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    Baleri Italia - Tatone
    Icons of the 90es seating furniture design are the colourful seating eggs out of the Tato collection from Baleri Italia (once Cerruti Baleri). Denis Santachiara designed the humorous seat and foot stool Tato in 1995. Further models like Tatino and Tatone appeared two years later in cooperation with the company’s leader Enrico Baleri. In 1999 the variant Lunella followed, as well as Tato Bean and Tato Bonbon that have been designed by Enrico Baleri himself in 2001. Tatone consists of flexible and ecological polyurethane (without FCKW) and possesses an anatomical interior structure. Two lateral cuts keep the elastic fabric. The removable and elastic textile covers are available in two different variants (Malaga and Dakota) as well as in further colours. Tatone is also available covered with Malaga or Dakota in different colours. Order therefore the unspecific Tatone and insert the desired fabric and the colour in the notes field with your order. The available fabrics and colours can be seen in the added PDF data below.
  • Baleri Italia - Plato
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    Baleri Italia - Plato
    Plato is a stool, a side table or a shelf module. It is a sculptural object by the designer Jeff Miller, who chose the most original and classic material for his plastic, and that’s marble. Baleri Italias (once Cerruti Baleri) Plato is made of a mono block, which leads to the elemental and holistic form of the sculpture being accentuated. Whether as a side table, stool or stackable shelf module: Plato always also is a decorative element, which enriches interiors and object furnishings with its timeless accent. Thanks to the simple and timeless material (Carrara marble) Plato discreetly fits all kinds of furnishings. At the bottom of the object there is also a felt base to protect the floor. Besides the square Plato there are also the Platone elements by the designer Jeff Miller and Baleri Italia. These square elements that consist of a similarly simple material (solid wood) can be perfectly combined with Plato in terms of form, function and character.
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