Inspired by Bonaldo

Bonaldo turns ideas into emotions. For over 80 years, the Italian company has been designing and selling interior furnishings, contract furniture, decorative elements and other solutions for indoor and outdoor environments. Creations that make the brand a protagonist of Made in Italy in the world and express the firm intention to propose modern and innovative works. The design thus becomes a means of experimenting with new materials, creating original shapes and entering new dimensions of style. From reclining sofas to table collections, from armchairs to accessories, Bonaldo renews its creative power and ability to relate to fashion and society.
In innovation and the creation of new trends and furnishing concepts, Bonaldo finds its ideal dimension. A purely Italian dimension that renews itself every time, remaining true to the concepts of creativity and quality. All this is reflected in the skillful use of colors or the dynamics of the materials and construction of sofas, chairs, living room and bedroom furniture.
Bonaldo, furniture for the living room and bedroom If innovation is one of Bonaldo's hallmarks, another asset of the Italian brand is certainly the ability to cooperate with designers from all over the world. Mauro Lipparini and Ryosuke Fukusada are some of the names that have chosen to combine their names with Bonaldo's, designing furniture that is increasingly popular with beauty lovers. The great success of Bonaldo is the Poly chair, created by Karim Rashid and awarded with Best Design 2007, Good Design Award 2008 and Red Dot Award 2008. The polycarbonate structure ensures stability, durability and excellent line geometry. The same play of profiles and strokes is present in Big Table. The work of Alain Gilles is one of the company's most iconic products and surprises with bold color combinations and the use of a steel substructure. The years 2013-2015 are a further increase in the quality of deliveries. The Octa table is internationally unanimous. The Sol and Tracks models by Bartoli Design and Alain Gilles were honored with the Good Design Award, showing the importance of global market activity.
Today's Bonaldo manufacturing philosophy is the result of a long-term process. The moment of historical change for the company in this respect falls in the 1980s. In this phase, the brand introduces new collections of reclining sofas, which are to have a decisive commercial and stylistic impact. The sofa bed for Bonaldo goes beyond its practical dimension and its sole role as an "emergency solution". Thanks to the use of flexible structures, removable fabrics and chrome-plated metal elements, a transition takes place that makes this furniture a true vehicle of style and elegance. For example, the Pierrot sofa was awarded the Good Design Award by the Chicago Athenaeum in 2004. The work of Glenn Thomas fully embodies the Italian company's love of aesthetics, thanks to the extreme dynamics given by the movable backrest and the use of eco-leather, chrome or painted metal.
From beds to chairs: the history of Bonaldo Bonaldo's design began in 1936, when Giovanni Vittorio Bonaldo has chosen to specialize in metalworking for the furniture industry. The handover from Albino Bonaldo, the son of the founder, started the production of beds and bed racks, and 1971 was the first participation in the Milan Furniture Fair. The fair in Milan will become a regular meeting point for a company that will have the opportunity to be a hero over the years, especially in the case of the collection of folding sofas. Bonaldo's history is full of commercial successes that identify the company's excellent products. The first notable episode relates to the Più folding chair, designed by Chiaramonte and Marin, winner of the Young & amp; Design Award in 1996. The arrival of the new millennium marks a phase of renewal of vigor for the company, which has been receiving the most coveted awards in the world of design for several years. The 2000s are in fact full of tremendous commercial satisfaction as well as an important corporate restructuring that led the company in 2011 to the opening of a new showroom designed by Mauro Lipparini. Finally, in 2016, the brand celebrates its first 80 years, increasing its presence in international markets. More than 70% of Bonaldo's production is actually directed to foreign territories. In this way, the company's design furniture finds its place in home and professional environments around the world, reaffirming the importance of Made in Italy quality.

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