Piers Mirror, Bonaldo Italy

“Pier” is another English word for a wharf or jetty. In the Anglo-Saxon world, the word is also used to define docks in ports where ships can dock directly from the sea, featuring geometrical shapes that resemble those used to make up Piers. Piers is an object comprising elementary figures, each one performing one of the three functions of the product: the square becomes a practical coat hanger fitted with solid wood knobs, the circle is a mirror and the rectangle a convenient storage shelf. Piers has its very own code, consisting of overlapping decorative combinations which make it concurrently useful and playful, capable of playing its roles - usually allocated to several different objects - lightly and harmoniously. The lacquered wood panels of Piers are available in four color combinations - yellow and anthracite grey, green and dove-grey, powder pink and amaranth, orange and dove-grey.

L: 50 x D: 6 x H: 26

Combination 1:
A - yellow
B - anthracite grey
Combination 2:
A - green
B - dove grey
Combination 3:
A - powder pink
B - amaranth
Combination 4:
A - orange
B - dove grey
natural solid ash wood
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