1970s Folding Trolley by Bonetto


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1970s Folding Trolley by Bonetto

Rare folding trolley by - Anonima Design 1970 (Sergio Jaretti, Ezio Luzi, Federico Prandi,Viviana Riccato, Mario Virano) for Bonetto -Italy-

Ashwood plywood - Two available in two different wood .

Dimensions are : cm 70 H by cm 80 W. by cm 54 D.

At the end of the 1960s, in a particularly fruitful time for Italian industrial design, Stimulated by Beniamino Bonetto a lively group of Italian architects design an innovative line of furniture in laminate or ash clear, destined for a younger audience, the "Ultrapiatti". The Ultrapiatti series makes furniture easy to carry, simply folding them as origami. The collection immediately arouses great success. It is published in the most important industry magazines and stands out for its presence in major exhibitions from 1972 to 1980s.



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Always a collector, Angelo Moioli decided to turn his passion into a job in the early 2000's and opened his first gallery in Milan. The gallery immediately became a must for lovers of the designs of the 90's.

Tireless in 2013, Angelo decided to open a new gallery in London, this is now closed and visits to view item is by appointment only please.  Our items consist of purely decorative objects, works of art and designer collectibles of the past that testify to the historical period from the post war to the end of last century.  Here, every item is important for its history and charm.  It also reflects Angelo's passion for collecting hand-painted ceramics, paintings, sculptures, lighting Venini, Fontana Arte, fabrics and art glass alongside original pieces and out of production. 

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