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Giuseppe Viganò & Mauro Lipparini | Millau & Sinua

Furniture Giuseppe Viganò & Mauro Lipparini | Millau & Sinua

Following on from its success at the Salone del Mobile furniture show in April, Bonaldo has added to its collections of beds and sofas by launching two new products and exclusive pictures of the news presented at the trade fair, which are now available for purchase.

Giuseppe Viganò & Mauro Lipparini | Millau & SinuaBonaldo’s latest sofas are called Millau, designed by Giuseppe Viganò, and Sinua by Mauro Lipparini. Both sofas offer maximum customisation: customers can design the desired composition and choose from an extensive range of upholstery covers and finishes which can be mixed and matched in total freedom.

Giuseppe Viganò & Mauro Lipparini | Millau & SinuaMillau – for instance – featuring architectural inspiration and a minimalist design, is available with a frame in a different colour from that of the seat and back cushions, thereby emphasising its light weight.

Giuseppe Viganò & Mauro Lipparini | Millau & Sinua

Giuseppe Viganò & Mauro Lipparini | Millau & SinuaSimilarly, Sinua, with its soft and enveloping style, is highly customisable, with different fabrics featuring patterns and quilting which can be mixed and matched to create solutions that emphasise the curved silhouettes that distinguish this sofa by Mauro Lipparini.

Designer: Giuseppe Viganò & Mauro Lipparini for Bonaldo

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