Wonder is a pendant lamp designed by Bartoli Design. The metal structure is available in the finishes: mat gold, mat copper and mat graphite. The shade is in transparent or fumé borosilicate glass. Available in three sizes: large, medium and mini. The versatility of the design allows you to use it as both single and multiple element. The single canopy is in the same finishes of the structure.
Composed structures where the light is able to enlighten and at the same time to give emotion, a poetry. Wonder is the example of how luxury should be declaring with elegance and grace.
Bartoli Design - 2015
Composed of Carlo, Paolo and Anna Bartoli, continues today an experience of design and culture of the project inaugurated by Carlo Bartoli in 1960 and embodied in numerous collaborations with leading companies in the furniture sector - The research work of the studio is based on a poetics based on essentiality and balance: from the initial concept for the product and communication strategies, from the conception to the development of the product, the activity of the studio embraces the full spectrum of design.
Carlo Bartoli has exhibited his work in Italy and abroad: at the Milan Triennale, at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, at the Stadt Museum in Cologne and in New York, Prague, Hong Kong, Athens, Buenos Aires. The Gaia armchair for Arflex is included in the permanent design collection of the MOMA in New York and the Milan Triennale.
The 4875 chair by Kartell is on display in the design collection of the National Arts Museum, Pompidou Center, in Paris. The Breeze armchair for Segis - awarded with the ID Design Distinction Award, Apex Product Design Award, Red Dot and IF Award for Good Industrial Design - is depicted on the postage stamps of the Italian "Masters of Italian design". The Sol table designed by Bartoli Design for Bonaldo was awarded the Good Design Award 2010. The jury of the Young & Design competition awarded Carlo Bartoli the recognition of the Apostle of Design 2012, for the work of a designer inspired by the necessity and honesty of the project . The Still and Octa tables by Bartoli Design for Bonaldo received the Red Dot 2013 award and the Good Design Award 2014.