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cerruti baleri | Lolo

Furniture Cerruti Baleri | Lolo

Cerruti Baleri | LoloArmoire with open structure in solid exotic wood (origin: equatorial africa) and birch plywood panels, painted in black or light gray. Separately available, to complete the product,are: kit of 2 clothes hanger brass tubes (long and short) painted in black or light gray with brass assembly supports and kits of 4 (large or small) birch plywood shelves, painted in black or light gray, with assembly supports in wood.

Cerruti Baleri | Lolo

© Ezio Manciucca

Cerruti Baleri | Lolo

© Ezio Manciucca

Lolo can also be combined with the folding screen Mademoiselle, used as external closing element.

Location: Milan, Italy
Designercerruti baleri
Materials: solid wood and plywood
Finishes: black, light gray
Photos: Ezio Manciucca
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