The projects result from a sophisticated process of exploration, design and compendium of expertises, as the 1085 Edition chair for Kristalia. An example of how an item which is so common in the design world, may still stimulate research and development. More designs are inspired by the respect for tradition and Italian craftsmanship, as the products created for Laurameroni, the lastest being the Drapè collection introduced at the Salone del Mobile 2017. The interest for raw materials and ancient processings is the one of Bartoli Design’s specificities, which led to the Himalayan Undyed carpets for Nodus Rugs, expression of the intertwining of tradition and contemporary design. Bartoli Design, as Anna and Paolo tell, follows a specific way of working: ‘We are organized as a contemporary Renaissance workshop, a team where we talk, discuss and everyone makes a contribution with own specific creativity and skill. Therefore we can deal with very different designs, always giving voice to the company we’re working for. The relationship with companies is crucial for us; we want to understand the context, the strategic and commercial variable, then provide the creativity and expertise they need’.
Servizi offerti:

Ampliamento casa, Pianificazione degli spazi, Progettazione bagno, Progettazione taverna

Zone servite:

Monza

Italia
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