Tango, the new project by Bartoli Design for Laurameroni, features balance and simmetry

One of the stylistic codes defining Bartoli Design’s work, is the research for iconic and timeless furniture pieces.

The latest product born of that design and manufacture philosophy is the Tango set of two cylindrical cabinets, designed for Laurameroni.

Precious and totemic items in two different heights, they are intended to dialogue together in the living environment, in a sought-after rhythm of lines creating a tension which finds its balance in the relation between the two. From the research on proportions, diagonals and volumes, comes an harmonious match, just like in the dance which Tango derives its name from. Characterizing the cabinets externally are two patterns of helicoidal strips, inspired by the mooring poles for boats on Lake Como.

A sophisticated metallized lacquer finishes these objects, inside featuring an arrangement of circular glass shelves with accessories in polished steel that mutiply geometries in a play of reflections.

The two sizes and the coupling possibility allow the positioning in different spaces: entrances, livings, studios and representative areas.