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Bonaldo at Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2019, Milan

Photogallery of Bonaldo stand at Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Milan, 2019:

New products Bonaldo 2019

The pictures of all the new products presented by Bonaldo at Salone del Mobile, Milan 2019

Bonaldo invites you to the 2019 Salone del Mobile in Milan

Tables, chairs, beds, accessories and sofas for a “Bonaldo total living”: a constant search for new trends for modern and innovative furnishings, while keeping its recognisable stylistic trait that ranks the brand as one of the main exponents of excellence made in Italy.
Here is a short preview of the products Bonaldo will present at the Salone del Mobile (Hall 5, Booth F01/F05).

A new night-time dimension with Bonaldo: new beds collection

An important research and development project strengthening Bonaldo presence in the sleeping category with a complete renovation of its beds collection.

Bonaldo: double win at the GOOD DESIGN® 2018

The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design awarded Bonaldo with two GOOD DESIGN® Awards 2018. The Panorama sofa, by French designer Fabrice Berrux, and the Blanket bed, by designer Alessandro Busana, won in the "Furniture" category, selected among projects from over 47 countries. This is the first recognition for both products, proof of high quality of both shape and design.

Peanut B: 10 years of real comfort

Ten years ago, the Italian brand Bonaldo launched Peanut B sofa, which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary. Actually, it was in 2006 that architect Mauro Lipparini began to design this modular sofa. After approximately two years of studies, in 2008 Peanut B was officially presented by Bonaldo and it has become one of the brand's most popular products, with over 4,000 pieces sold so far.

Perfect imperfection: traditional Terrazzo Veneziano is brought back to life in the Fragment coffee tables

A timeless classic, like a work of art. Terrazzo veneziano, an iconic texture with a long Italian tradition, has been given a new lease of life in the brand new collection of Fragment coffee tables designed by Alain Gilles for Bonaldo. A combination of irregular elements, coloured grits and abstract patterns that are typically found in a material that brings to mind memories of the splendour of Venetian Palazzos.