An expressive onomatopoeia that recalls the sounds of cicadas: this is the image that inspired the new line of coffee tables by Bonaldo.
The name Octa comes from the Greek word “okto”, which means eight – the number of metal legs that intersect in an apparently random way to create the base of this piece.
The standout accessory in the living area: the Flame table, embodies cosiness and intimacy.
Panorama is made to compose an absolutely unprecedented domestic landscape.
Peanut B, Peanut B.X
Peanut B is a furnishing element able to give a note of softness and pleasure to the living area.
A light and linear silhouette and an elegant design that perfectly integrates into the different spaces of the home.
Rigorous volumes and measured proportions make Squaring a real bed-sculpture.
Prora has a high-impact, instantly recognisable presence thanks to legs that evoke the shape of the bow of a ship.
Groove is a collection of storage units for the bedroom area consisting of a dresser and two bedside tables.
Lupino is a collection of side tables whose success rests on the combination of different materials.
The design of the Lock armchair stems from the aim of creating a seat capable of expressing a sense of protection and comfort.
“Iconic, with an astral beauty, I hope, of an essential elegance”; designer Fabrice Berrux thus defines Circus, designed for Bonaldo.