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Ptolomeo Vino Wall - h 208

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Storage - Shelving - design Bruno Rainaldi

€ 963,00

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Wall-mounted vertical lacquered black steel bottle holder. It allows countless compositions thanks to the three sizes in which it comes.
Ptolomeo Vino Wall is the wall-mounted version of Ptolomeo Vino, the evolution of the famous bookshelf Original Ptolomeo, winner of the Compasso d'Oro 2004. In Ptolomeo Vino Wall the wine bottles are the absolute protagonists appearing to float in the air. The iconic bottle-rack presents itself as a steel column connected to a system of concave shelves specially designed to hold a variety of different wine bottles and to be, at the same time, almost imperceptible. Slim, elegant and essential, it is perfect at home as well as in the working environment...wherever wine plays a key role.
Refined in black it is available also in white, stainless steel and corten effect finish. Ptolomeo Vino Wall allows countless compositions thanks to the three sizes in which it comes. Enjoy to find the one that suits better for you!

Dimension: cm 22x15, h 208
Material: steel
Finish: black
Weight: kg 1
Volume: m3 1
Note: holds up to 22 bottles. All shelves are equipped with functional washable slip-proof elastic bands.

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Bruno Rainaldi

Bruno Rainaldi

Bruno Rainaldi was born in Milan in 1952. His training was hands-on, having started at a young age to work in design communication. In his early years in Milan he managed the first High-Tech emporium in Corso di Porta Ticinese, moving on to work first alongside Maddalena De Padova in the historical showroom in Corso Venezia and then with Enrico Baleri as partner in Baleri & Associati, where he was in charge of defining communication strategies for design companies and stores. His beginnings as an autodidact encouraged him in later life to ironically and anti-celebratively define himself as a “street designer” and his style as “chaotically rigorous”.

In the mid-1980s he founded Studio Rari – of which he became the soul and creative director. He also started working as art director with some of the top Italian design companies, leading his name to be associated, amongst others, with Alivar, Casprini, MDF Italia, Mussi Italy, Sintesi, Slamp, Terzani. His encounter, in those same years, with the Ciatti family marked the beginning of an important personal and artistic alliance, that led to the establishment first of CCR and then of Opinion Ciatti.

In the early 2000s, his career took a turn towards the world of design. In 2002, together with Marta Giardini, he founded ENTRATALIBERA, a very special space in the heart of Milan dedicated to design and design culture, sales and encounters. At the same time, his focus shifted to studying and creating objects, furnishing accessories and lamps, where the expertise gained over the years in this sector mingled with design inventions.

Amongst the numerous pieced designed there is the Ptolomeo bookshelf, for which, in 2004, he was awarded the Compasso d’Oro. In 2006, together with the very young Lapo Ciatti, who had just entered the family business, he founded Opinion Ciatti, of which Bruno Rainaldi was President, partner and art director.

He passed away prematurely in February 2011.