PAIR OF SIDE TABLES BY ENRICO CESANA FOR BUSNELLI (1990)
Pair of oak plywood side tables designed in the 90s by Enrico Cesana for the Italian manufacturer Busnelli.
Length : 0 in / cm
Height : 15.75 in / 40 cm
Width : 41.73 in / 106 cm
Weigth : 0 lb / kg
Categories: Postmodern Design, Side Table
Year of publication: 1990
Materials: Blond oak plywood
State: Very good condition
Editor: Founded in 1953, Busnelli is an Italian publisher of high-end contemporary furniture for the home and office. This company collaborates with renowned designers such as Patricia Urquiola and Carlo Colombo to design functional and aesthetic furniture collections. Busnelli furniture, made in Italy from top quality materials such as leather, solid wood and high-end fabrics, benefits from traditional craftsmanship combined with modern production techniques.
Designer: Enrico Cesana is an Italian designer born in 1979 in Como. Graduated in Industrial Design from the Politecnico di Milano University in 2002, he worked for several agencies before founding his own studio, Enrico Cesana Design Studio, in 2008. His designs have been awarded several times, including the Red Dot Design Award, the iF Design Award and the Good Design Award.
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