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Inriga

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Accessories - design Claudio Bitetti

€ 187,00

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Wall mounted bottle rack in stainless steel for six bottles. Engraved with OC brand.
The concept of Inriga is extremely simple, a wall holder with small holes to hold six bottles (whether plastic or glass) solely through the neck of the bottles themselves. Minimalist lines to create a scenic impact as a result, because once filled Inriga disappears and the bottles will seem to float in the air. Perfect in the kitchen but not only, because thanks to the cleanliness of its lines it can be placed in a living room, on a terrace or wherever there is a need. Simple and effective solution for home furnishing, but also bars or restaurants. A modular structure for bottles hanging on the wall.

Code: INRIGA
Dimension: cm 62x6, h 3
Material: stainless steel
Finish: stainless steel
Weight: kg 1,3
Volume: m3 0,004
Note: sold in a 4 pieces giftbox. Hardware not included.

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Claudio Bitetti
Designer

Claudio Bitetti

Claudio Bitetti born in Aosta in 1962 and he graduates in Industrial Design at the Politecnico University of Milan-Department of Architecture. As a designer he works for some furniture industries among which Alivar, Ciatti a Tavola, Dilmos, EmmeBi, Minotti Italia, Movelight, Sturm Und Plastic, at the same time he projects shops and private houses.

His approach to projecting passes through concepts like flexibility, forms dynamism and breaking up at minimal terms, empowered by an aesthetic idea which looks for the poetical form of the object without debasing its recognisability and functional effectiveness.

Looking always forward a different sense of things which goes over the traditional idea of use, his projects passing through the home space, making the people who live it “to exploit the whole of their senses, to use double-senses, to elaborate common-sense”, as well affirmed Flaviano Celaschi, professor and vice-dean of the Milan Faculty of Industrial Design.