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‘Lolo’ by Maison Martin Margiela for Cerruti Baleri

The Belgian fashion house Maison Martin Margiela strikes yet again and ventures back into the world of furniture design with this simple, asymmetric bookcase-cum-closet called ‘Lolo’. Manufactured by the Italian brand Cerruti Baleri, the self-assembly unit is made of solid exotic wood and birch plywood panels and it is available in two finishes: black and light grey. (more…)

'Sbilenco' console by Maison Martin Margiela for Cerruti Baleri

Anyone familiar with the designs of the avant-garde Belgian fashion house Maison Martin Margiela knows that when it comes to the creations marked with four, seemingly-nondescript, diagonal white stitches nothing is quite what it seems. And now, adding to the already impressive portfolio of numerous ready-to-wear, accessories, artisanal, fine jewellery and fragrance collections, the brand famous for its unconventional, outstandingly innovative and frequently ironic aesthetics has collaborated on a series of equally eccentric furniture designs manufactured by the Italian brand Cerruti Baleri. (more…)

'Drop Outdoor' convertible seat by Leonardo Perugi for Cerruti Baleri; photo by Andrea Martiradonna

Following the original, indoor version of the convertible seat-to-daybed piece called ‘Drop’, the designer and architect Leonardo Perugi unveiled this latest updated edition of his design destined for outdoor use. (more…)

Thu 15.7.

‘Plato’ by Jeff Miller for Cerruti Baleri (IT)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 15.07.2010 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Plato Alto' by Jeff Miller for Cerruti Baleri

Between 2005 and 2010 the New York based designer Jeff Miller realised this series of side tables/selves for the Italian manufacturer Cerruti Baleri. Recently the family, carved from a single solid piece of Carrara marble or fabricated with solid ash wood was extended by ‘Pato Alto’ a vertical version in nero marquina, deep black Spanish marble.

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'plato alto' by Jeff Miller for Cerruti Baleri

Italian manufacturer Cerruti Baleri will launch a new, highly sculptural container designed by Jeff Miller at next month’s Milan Furniture Fair. Called ‘plato alto’, the monolithic column is carved from a single piece of black marble. Enough said. We think it’s beautiful.

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'Drop' seat/daybed by Leonardo Perugi for Cerruti Baleri

'Drop' seat/daybed by Leonardo Perugi for Cerruti Baleri

Italian design manufacturer Cerruti Baleri has launched a new seat/daybed at the 2010 Maison et Objet fair in Paris. Called ‘Drop’ and designed by architect Leonardo Perugi, its reduced, highly geometric form invites the user to transform its shape according to their mood.

'Drop' seat/daybed by Leonardo Perugi for Cerruti Baleri

'Drop' seat/daybed by Leonardo Perugi for Cerruti Baleri

The drop-like shape of the head pillow has both an aesthetic and a practical function. Through a geometric fit, it structurally locks the seat in its closed position without the need for any fastening device.

 

In interview with Dailytonic at Maison et Objet, Perugi explained that ‘Drop’ ‘is something you can use as a suit. You wear this piece. It’s for you, your body, your life. You can use it to create new situations. It’s not a fossil or a museum piece. It’s to be used every day. Like a garment.’

'Drop' seat/daybed by Leonardo Perugi for Cerruti Baleri

'Drop' seat/daybed by Leonardo Perugi for Cerruti Baleri

Perugi is flattered by comments that his design is reminsicent of the ‘radicalism and informalism’, as he describes it, of 1960s Italian furniture design. ‘Many people say this is from the 60s and link it to the work of Joe Colombo,’ he told Dailytonic. ‘I’m very proud of this. It’s a huge compliment for me. Although, it’s a big responsibility and there’s pressure to do something even better next time.’

 

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Tue 11.8.

‘Scalo’ by Beoc for Cerruti Baleri

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 11.08.2009 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

'Scalo' by Cerruti Baleri

'Scalo' by Cerruti Baleri

In Milan the Italian manufacturer Cerruti Baleri presented a new multifunctional furniture designed by Beoc. ‘Scalo’ is a sidetable or stool which is convertible into a step ladder or a small bookshelf through the movement of hidden hinges. It is made of bent plywood in natural ash colour with laminated lead-grey interior or in moka ash colour with laminated red interior. A stainless steel stop securely locks Scalo in both configurations.

'Scalo' designed by Beoc

'Scalo' designed by Beoc

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