Bruno Rainaldi

Milan, Lombardy, Italy

Bruno Rainaldi, from a very young age, trained in the field of communication of furniture design. He ironically called himself a "Pavement designer" and his style "chaotically rigorous." Heads for Milan, the first High-Tech Corso di Porta Ticinese. Tile Maddalena De Padova showroom in Corso Venezia, in the historic Henry Baleri, as a member of Baleri & Associates, the development of communication strategies for companies and designer shops. Fonda Rare Studio - which is the soul and creative director - and starts his first job as director of art/designer with several Italian design companies such as Alivar, MDF, Mussi Itália, Resumo. So Terzani, Slamp, Casprini, Annibale Colombo, Bilumen, David Medrano, and Opinion Ciatti Dilmos. With a deep knowledge of the market, a great passion for the arts and a valuable talent for cross-associations accumulated over the years, Bruno Rainaldi finally connects his professionalism to the world of design. In 2002, he opens Entratalibera, a very special place in Milan where he exhibited his projects and a selection of objects, with Marta Giardini. A "laboratory of forms to" begin investigation and experimentation. Bruno Rainaldi designed shelves, tables, chairs, sofas, armchairs, beds, accesories and lighting. A universe of intense and iconic objects that do not reflect a stylistic coherence, instead of the true meaning of industrial design: make the right items for the right uses. If there is something that unites them, it is the simplicity of design, the freedom of use, and the versatility of composition.

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