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Wall shelf Opinion Ciatti Henri II

Designer: Bruno Rainaldi

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Well defined with contemporary lines, a geometric design and unusual shapes in order to surprise and astonish. Henri is the collection of shelves designed by Bruno Rainaldi, characterised by the "unusual" triangular shape. Is like a “dinasty” of shelves, different in shape and size: Henri I, Henri III, Henri II, Henri III, Henri IV. Henri I and II have an angular shape that makes them beautiful and very useful because they respond to the need to take advantage of every space, including corners. Henri III and IV are shelves for smooth walls to be placed alone or grouped into some imaginative composition. Henri shelves are ideal inside all modern, super-traditional contexts. The essential line makes Henri an extremely versatile product, easy to locate in every place even in the most complicated ones, in the living room or at the entrance, but also in the bathroom or in the bedroom. Henri shelves gives a touch of personality the environments in a gentle way, giving a distinctively unmistakable trait.

Wall shelf
Material: Stainless steel
Dimensions: W 56 x D 40 x H 80 cm / W 22.05” x D 15.75” x H 31.50”

Additional Information

Additional Information

Dimensions W 56 x D 40 x H 80 cm / W 22.05” x D 15.75” x H 31.50”
Material Stainless Steel
Country of Manufacture Italy


Opinion Ciatti

Opinion Ciatti

The Ciatti family has been managing the company that bears its name from the fifties, promoting the expansion of the business that is still thriving today for three generations. Under the leadership of Flavia Ciatti, the company started to collaborate with several designers like Gianni Pareschi, De Pas D’urbino Lomazzi, Bruno Pozzi, Marco Duina, Christophe Pillet, Pino Pasquali, Lucci&Orlandini, Giancarlo Vegni, Paola Navone, J. Pensi and J. Llusca. In the middle of the eighties, the meeting between Flavia Ciatti and Bruno Rainaldi, an inquisitive and utopian experimenter of all forms of expression, led to further developments. The company presented a whole range of furniture pieces, divans and chairs, mirrors and objects designed both by Bruno Rainaldi and other Italian designers. The brand would soon become renown for important pieces like Ptolomeo, the best-selling product of the company for which Bruno Rainaldi received the “Compasso d’oro” award in 2004.
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Bruno Rainaldi

Bruno Rainaldi

Bruno Rainaldi formed himself in the field, starting at a very young age to work in furniture design communication. Ironically he called himself a “sidewalk designer” and his style ” rigorously chaotic”. He manages Milan’s first High-Tech store in Corso di Porta Ticinese, flanks Maddalena De Padova in the historic showroom in Corso Venezia and then Enrico Baleri, as partner of Baleri & Associati, defining communication strategies for design companies and points of sale. He founded Rare Studio – of which he is the soul and the creative director – and begins his first collaborations as artistic director/designer for several Italian design companies such as Alivar, MDF, Mussi Italy, Sintesi. Then Terzani, Slamp, Casprini, Annibale Colombo, Bilumen, David Medrano and Dilmos, up to the most recent project Opinion Ciatti. With a deep knowledge of the market, a great passion for the arts and a precious talent for transversal associations accumulated over the years, Bruno Rainaldi has finally tied his Professionalism to the world of projects. In 2002, with Marta Giardini Entratalibera, he opens a very special place in Milan where he exhibits his projests and a selection of objects. A “laboratory of forms” open to research and experimentation.
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