BEA

CUPBOARD

Description

Bea is the onomatopoeic sound of the sheep’s bleating.

The sign represents  coat of arms of a sheep. A reference to the artisan guilds that used animals as a symbol of their group identity . Craftsmanship is today very topical, in consideration of the global economic crisis that hit the  companies. It is opportune restarting from the research and the quality of master craftsmen to find the path of understanding the new frontiers of furniture production.

The Bea sideboard is the first furniture designed by Anna Gili, created by Colombo Stile,  made in Milan (1985).

Additional information

Dimensions 54 × 140 × 94 cm
Materials

Inlaid Wood

Colours

Black, Blue

Editions

Unique Piece

Year

1985

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