Find utter relief in the Morgana footrest from Bonaldo. Rest your feet comfortably on the dipped center that cradles your lower body perfectly. The soft upholstery adds to this comfort and is pleasingly contrasted by the stylish solid wood frame highlighted by horizontal connectors on each side. This footrest makes a gorgeous complement to the Morgana chair, and it can also find use as a seat or side table, making the most of itself in a modern living room.
Various fabrics and leathers are available in an abundance of colors and textures for the best fit stylistically. The frame can come in an American walnut or coal ash finish. The Morgana footrest is a part of the Morgana collection, designed by Gianmarco Codato and Luciano Trevisiol for Bonaldo and manufactured in Italy with incredible attention to detail.
- country of origin:Italy
- Assembly Required:Yes
- Shipping Charges:free
- Designed by Gianmarco Codato & Luciano Trevisiol
- Part of the Morgana collection
- Upholstery is available in a variety of fabrics and leathers
- Solid wood frame
- Made in Italy
- 22¾"W × 23¾"D × 18"H
designed byGianmarco Codato
Gianmarco Codato is an Italian designer with a mark in several parts of the world. After graduating from the IUAV of San Marino with a degree in industrial design, he moved to New York and Los Angeles, where he follows freelance projects for companies in the design and communication sectors. Simultaneously, he works out of Lino Codato Design and Communication studio in Castelfranco Veneto, Italy, and mainly develops products related to furniture design. Since 2015, he has been collaborating with fellow designer Luciano Trevisiol to create furniture and design products.
Using his creativity, graphic design, and illustration strengths, Codato strives to create innovative products that are undoubtedly functional but also full of intricate beauty and fine craftsmanship.Luciano Trevisiol
Since 1990, Luciano Trevisiol has worked as an industrial designer out of Castelfranco Veneto, Italy, where he also lives. And since 2015, Trevisiol has been collaborating with fellow designer Gianmarco Codato at the Lino Codato Design and Communication studio to make furniture and design products.
Trevisiol gets involved in a product's formation every step of the way, from the initial creative phase to the proposal of research materials and innovative processing techniques to the constant control of the design process. By doing this, he creates a constructive synergy with the brands that come to him for his creativity.
Bonaldo has an internationally respected reputation because of their collection of beautiful Italian modern furniture. Founded in 1936, Bonaldo has a high-tech approach with a combination of hands-on and machine craftsmanship. Their company is one-of-a-kind because of their use of research and experimentation, which is seen through their use of tubular metal frames that they introduced to the design realm decades ago, along with their use of flexible materials.
By seamlessly blending modern design, passion, and old-world Italian craftsmanship, Bonaldo creates iconic products that enhance people’s lives. A stellar cast of talented designers, including Ron Arad and Karim Rashid, Toshiyuki Kita and D’Urbino and Lomazzi, lend their artistry to the company, creating a wide range of furniture with distinctive, unmistakable style.
No matter what type of furniture you’re after, Bonaldo has it all from sofas, sectionals, and beds, to dining tables, chairs, and accessories. All of their creations make lovely statement pieces and are sustainable for years to come.
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