The BertO Collection created for the Milan Design Film Festival is now available to furnish the homes of all Design enthusiasts.
For this important international event, organised for the first time entirely in streaming last November, we fitted out a prestigious venue in the Franco Parenti Theatre in Milan where all the talk shows with film- directors, designers and institutional and international guests. were recorded.
This interior design project gave rise to a further level of collaboration between BertO and the Festival.
Just as we do when we work together with our customers for the realisation of their furnishing project for their homes, we selected some of the iconic pieces from our collection to create an original, welcoming and unique atmosphere: our armchairs model Hanna and Emilia placed with coffee tables model Circus – designed by Castello Lagravinese Studio for BertO – were under the spotlights and they welcomed all the guests of the talk-shows and events (Filippo Berto was also among the guests).
Hanna armchair in Fly fabric with the structure in Canaletto walnut.
When choosing the perfect fabric for the upholstery, you must take into consideration the thickness, weight, finishes and a whole range of other small details which make the difference.
For the Hanna armchair chosen for the Milan Design Film Festival, we chose Fly fabric from the BertO 2021 Collection. This fabric, as well as the entire collection of leather and fabrics utilised for this project, was previewed during the talk-shows which took place in the course of the Milan Design Film Festival.
The particular characteristics of this article, here proposed in the colour Berry, is the depth that the yarn creates on the volumes of the armchair. The triple thread renders the seat three-dimensional and modern and exalts the combination with the precious Canaletto walnut of the structure.
Swivel armchair model Emilia in full grain Martin leather.
The Emilia armchair was created with relaxation in mind. The inclined backrest guarantees moments of pure pleasure.
The choice of the upholstery makes this model particularly elegant and sophisticated: the full-grain Martin leather in a deep, wine-red colour reflects the colour of the walls in the Franco Parenti Theatre, giving an immediate air of sophistication to the venue.
Emilia is also produced in Fly fabric in the colour Berry.
The base in black gloss chromium-plated steel is repeated in the feet of the coffee table model Circus with which it has been matched.
Coffee table model Circus with the top in Carrara or Black Marquina marble and the structure in black gloss chromium-plated steel.
Circus is a small, round coffee table which creates an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere when positioned between an armchair and a sofa, next to a pouffe, beside a sofa or, as in the furnishing for the Milan Design Film Festival, between two armchairs.
The precious material with which it is produced gives a touch of elegance to the whole room, whether it’s a living room or a study.
The base in black gloss chromium-plated steel creates a natural link with the materials and the finishes of many of the pieces in the BertO Collection, specially created to achieve sophisticated furnishing projects with the BertO design kit.
Circus is available in three different diameters and heights: 58 x H.50, diameter of top cm Ø 75 x H.50 or Ø 100 x H.35.
The collection, prepared specially for the Festival, is a collection aimed particularly at all Design enthusiasts.
If you want your home to be furnished exactly as you wish and without purchases you will later regret, look at the BertO collection of furnishing accessories specially created for the Milan Design Film Festival and now available in all our showrooms.
Take advantage of your personalised consultation with one of our interior designers and you will discover all the services BertO can offer to help you make your furnishing dream come true.
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