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To Be Chest #11960

by Gino Carollo for Bonaldo

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  • description

    Add sleek style to a modern bedroom with the superb To Be chest by Bonaldo. Full of both storage and display capabilities, the structure is made up of seven drawers with ample space inside to make organization a breeze. The contrast between the structure and handles stands out against one another for a chic touch. The large top allows for countless decor opportunities for added appeal. 

    Designed by the talented Gino Carollo, the To Be chest is part of the eye-catching To Be collection that is manufactured in Italy to ensure quality. Two versions are available, with a plinth base or frame base. An array of metal finishes come with the structure and base, and handle.

    • country of origin:Italy
    • Assembly Required:No
    • Shipping Charges:free
    Bonaldo has an internationally respected reputation because of their collection of beautiful modern furniture. Founded in 1936, Bonaldo seamlessly blends design, passion, and Italian craftsmanship and creates iconic products that enhance people’s lives.
  • details
    • Designed by Gino Carollo 
    • Part of the To Be collection 
    • Seven drawers
    • Available with a plinth base or frame base
    • Structure and base come in an array of metal finishes 
    • Handle matches the base
    • Manufactured in Italy
  • dimensions

    Plinth Base

    • 21¾"W × 20"D × 45¼"H

    Frame Base

    • 21¾"W × 20"D × 51¼"H
  • design

    designed by

    Gino Carollo

    The award-winning and well respected Gino Carollo was born in Vicenza and started his lucrative industrial design career in 1990. As well as being a designer, Carollo worked as an art director for prestigious Italian companies. His art background shows itself in his creations and stands out in a contemporary setting.

    Gino Carollo started Studio 28 in 1999 and Gino Carollo and Partners in 2014 in Shanghai. Studio 28 provides various services such as industrial design product development, corporate identity communication, interior design, and more.

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    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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