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Mauro Lipparini for Bonaldo | Basket and Joe Ego

Furniture Mauro Lipparini for Bonaldo | Basket and Joe Ego

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.

Mauro Lipparini for Bonaldo | Basket and Joe Ego

Mauro Lipparini for Bonaldo | Basket and Joe EgoBonaldo is getting ready for autumn with two new double beds: Basket and Joe Ego, both designed by Mauro Lipparini. Basket stands out for its large headboard rounded on the sides and which, as its name suggests, creates an enveloping niche that makes the bed both inviting and original. Basket is also available in the storage version and the fabric, leather or eco-leather upholstery covers are fully removable.

Mauro Lipparini for Bonaldo | Basket and Joe Ego

Mauro Lipparini for Bonaldo | Basket and Joe EgoJoe Ego is the reinterpretation of the Joe bed that was presented at the 2013 Salone del Mobile furniture show. Unlike the latter, the Ego version features a higher headboard, which is decorated with elegant and sophisticated stitching.

Mauro Lipparini for Bonaldo | Basket and Joe EgoThe wide range of upholstery covers combined with the colour variants of the available feet make a myriad of original combinations and customised bed interpretations.

Designer: Mauro Lipparini for Bonaldo
Project name: Basket and Joe Ego
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