Tato Bonbon is a flexible seat or footrest in ecological flexible polyurethane, CFC-free, with an internal anatomic rigid structure. Created in 2001 by Enrico Baleri, the historical founder of the Baleri Italia company. It is part of the Tato collection, designed together with the eclectic Denis Santachiara, and which includes Tatino, Tatone, Tato, Tato Bean and Lunella. There are two side slits to keep the elastic fabric in place. The cover is removable and available in different colors. Design irony and plastic shapes have made these poufs true style icons, a symbol of Made in Italy quality all over the world. The Tato Bonbon pouf is available in different colors and can be used individually or in combination with others. Thanks to the wide range of bright and bright colors offered by Baleri Italia, these poufs can give life to any type of environment.
Dimensioni: 92 x 46 x h 42 cm
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Born in Albino (BG) in 1942. In 1965, following a suggestion of Dino Gavina, he opens a furniture showroom in Bergamo. Founder member of the design research group Pluri, established in Milan in 1968, he sets up Alias in 1979, of which is art director until 1983. He designs furniture, lighting, and objects for Gavina, Flos, Knoll, and Alias. In 1984, together with Marilisa Decimo, establishes Baleri Italia, working with international designers such as Hollein, Mendini, Starck, Dalisi, and Wettstein. From 1989 to 1992, he is president of the Casa Malaparte Association, to promote the conservation of this modern movement building on the island of Capri. In 1994 he sets up the Comitato Italiano Aalto/Viipuri to raise funds to restore the library building in Viipuri, Aalto’s masterpiece in Russian territory. In 2004 he creates eb&c, with Marilisa Baleri Decimo and Luigi Baroli, a research center that cooperates with Cerruti Baleri and other companies in product design and development.
Baleri Italia, founded by Enrico Baleri and Marilisa Decimo in 1984, is the iconic brand of the 20th Century the years of sobriety and rigor of forms/functions, the ultimate expression of a certain pragmatic and unattainable design idea; in pursuit of the perfect, non-obsolete, non-flashy, consistent and international object. Evergreen objects and collections, signed by great masters and newcomers who then became the references in terms of style, giving life to a classical-contemporary universe that now has found its vitality, production, communication, and commercial strength.