Add Beauty To Your Home With Ethnic Furniture Designs Created By Carlo Bartoli
If you are looking for an ethnic and Italian masterpieces of art and architecture for your home, then you need to think of furniture designed by someone who lived in Italy during the end of the World War as a teenager. The man in question here is none other than the most popular architecture of all times from Italy, Carlo Bartoli. He was learning art and architecture from various Italian masters during the unsettled period of the World War and they turned out to be his project partner and friend Luciano Baldessari and Marcello Nizzoli. This great master architect was born in Milano in Italy in 1931. Carlo Bartoli graduated in architecture in Milano and started his firm called Bartoli design after completing his degree. At present Bartoli design comprises of Carlo, Paolo and Anna Bartoli who have carried on the legacy and the design language of Carlo to even greater heights. Now, Bartoli design is known and in demand all over the world. It is the most sought after design studio for urban design, interior design, furniture design and architecture.
Carlo Bartoli started his career with interiors and architecture. But, it was not long that he shifted his focus on furniture design after the frequent crisis that engulfed the building industry those days. It was his fear of being jobless that led him to think of furniture design and now these furniture designs are most sought after pieces by people from all over the world. He started by working on objects for himself before letting the world know about the exquisite products.
He soon developed a collaboration with many of the leading design brands like: Segis, Arflex, Colombo Design, Fiam, International Office Concept, Steelcase, Ycami, Nodus, Move, Laurameroni Design Collection, Rossi DI Abizzate, Jesse, Tisettanta, Arketipo, Kristallia, Kartel, Lualdi Porte, Bonaldo and Confalonieri. Some of the popular and important products of Carlo Batoli that had gained international recognition are: Gaia armchair by Arflex that has been included in the permanent collection of MOMA in New York, 4875 chair for Kartell and Milano Triennale design collection.
Carlo Bartoli is very popular all over the world and has been invited to show some of his best works at a lot of trade shows, exhibitions, museums and so on. Some of the places where he has exhibited his design collections are: the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Triennale in Milano, the Stadt Museum in Köln and in major cities like New York, Prague, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong and Athens. He has also shared his experiences with various architecture students and had taught at the ISIA in Roma and Firenze and also at the Milano Polytechnic University.
Carlo Bartoli has won a lot of awards and recognitions for his design works. He has been awarded the I.D. Design Distinction Award, the Red Dot - Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen, the XXI Compasso d'Oro ADI in 2008, the Apex Product Design Award, IF Award for Good Industrial Design - Breeze armchair for Segis, IF Award -Tube sofa for Rossi di Albizzate, the 2010 Good Design Award -Sol table for Bonaldo and the Materialica Design Award - R606Uno chair designed for Segis.