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Tato Bonbon Pouf with Curvilinear Shape in Various Colors by Enrico Baleri
Tato Bonbon has an elastic seat for two or more people.
The variety of colors and the ironic shape make it a lively and at the same time luxurious piece of furniture.
Conceived by the “landlord” Enrico Baleri “founder of the great Baleri Italia, a company famous throughout the world for the quality and originality of its products.
Ideal for living rooms, bedrooms, and any location where personality and characterization are a Must.
Tato Bonbon is an unusual and elegant pouf.
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Proudly Made in Italy
Enrico Baleri the Designer
He was born in Albino (BG) in 1942. In 1965, at the invitation of Dino Gavina, he opened a furniture center in Bergamo. In 1968 he founded the Pluri research group in Milan.
He designs furniture, lamps and objects for Gavina, Flos, Knoll International and Alias, which he set up in 1979 and in which, until 1983, he plays the role of artistic director.
In 1984 he founded Baleri Italia with Marilisa Decimo and collaborated with Hollein, Mendini and with the newcomers Starck, Dalisi, Wettstein to form a single collection. From 1989 to 1992 he chaired the Casa Malaparte Association for the cultural revaluation of the famous architectural document on the island of Capri. In 1994 he founded the Italian AALTO / Viipuri Committee and involved companies and professionals in a collective operation capable of collecting private contributions in favor of the Viipuri Library, Alvar Aalto’s masterpiece in Russian territory.
In 2004 he founded the eb & c research center with Marilisa Baleri Decimo and Luigi Baroli, collaborating with cerruti baleri and other companies on product development.
Denis Santachiara the Designer
Born in 1950 in Campagnola, Reggio Emilia. He began his career in 1966 as a designer at the Fiat Style Center.
He creates design objects of high technology and artificial density, exhibited in solo and group exhibitions also at the Venice Biennale in 1980 and the Grand Palais in Paris.
He has organized numerous exhibitions including “La Neomerce” at the Milan Triennale in 1985 and at the Center Pompidou in Paris. He oversaw the “New Persona” setting for the 1996/97 Florence Biennale. He has collaborated with Baleri Italia since 1995 and is the author of highly successful ironic and poetic projects such as Mama, Tato and Celine.