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Onda Poliform

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Onda Poliform

Design: Paolo Piva (2007)

Onda is the last bed born by the cooperation between Poliform and the arch.Paolo Piva. The bed Onda is a modern element of decoration, characterized by strong personalization. The light structure matches with the capitonné in leather of the headboard. A true protagonist of the night room, for ...

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Design: Paolo Piva (2007)

Onda is the last bed born by the cooperation between Poliform and the arch.Paolo Piva. The bed Onda is a modern element of decoration, characterized by strong personalization. The light structure matches with the capitonné in leather of the headboard. A true protagonist of the night room, for those who want to feel unique in their home.

Feet Finish:
 
Matt brown nickel
 
Coating finish:
 
Leather

N.B. The price included the bed base

Sizes:

202.2 x 241.9 x h 93.5  cm  (mattress size 160×200)

222.2 x 241.9 x h 93.5  cm  (mattress size 180×200)

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Design: Paolo Piva (2007)

Onda is the last bed born by the cooperation between Poliform and the arch.Paolo Piva. The bed Onda is a modern element of decoration, characterized by strong personalization. The light structure matches with the capitonné in leather of the headboard. A true protagonist of the night room, for those who want to feel unique in their home.

Feet Finish:
 
Matt brown nickel
 
Coating finish:
 
Leather

N.B. The price included the bed base

Sizes:

202.2 x 241.9 x h 93.5  cm  (mattress size 160×200)

222.2 x 241.9 x h 93.5  cm  (mattress size 180×200)

Poliform

1942 a family, an artisan business.

1970 the evolution.

Poliform: an industrial reality on an international scale, among the most significant ones in the furnishings industry, offering the best interpretation of contemporary styles and trends.

The complete concept of a ‘Poliform house’: broad and diversified choices that include and complete furnishing complements that feature an outstanding versatility for every corner of the house.

Furthermore, in a parallel and complementary fashion, Poliform places side by side great international supplies of the highest level.

 

A high aesthetic level, given by the quality of the raw materials and by their characteristics of reliability and endurance, a creative participation of world-renowned designers, the constant concentration of stylistic and technological research towards projects that are concrete and strongly focused: these are the fundamental components of the brand’s growth and success.

The product is a result of the mix of important visible and invisible qualities.

 

Poliform, a great Italian institution. Poliform, the exceptional Made in Italy.

 

Paolo Piva

Paolo Piva began in 1968 his studies at the Architecture faculty at the University of Venice, dealing with research in the visual field and taking part in personal and collective exhibitions.

In 1970, he collaborated to the realization of the project for the "WIG 74" competition on behalf of the city of Vienna and in the competition for the monument of the Resistance in the town of Modena. He was invited to the Internazionalen Malerwochen in Retzhof-Graz (Austria).

In 1975, he collaborated with the History and Architecture Institute in Venice and with the l’Akademie für Angewandten Kunst in Vienna for the realization of a great exhibition regarding Vienna during the socialist period. In 1980, this research will lead to the Red Vienna exhibition demanded by the city of Rome, where he took care of the exhibition catalogue.

In 1980, he designed the Kuwait Embassy in Quatar and some architectural works in Italy.

In 1981, he projected the setting-up of some clothes shop chains.

In 1983, he is invited to a series of conferences at the P.D.C. in Los Angeles and he took care of the competition for renewal idea regarding the “Lingotto FIAT” in Turin.

In 1985, he planned the renewal of the main "C.Jourdan" seat in Paris.

In 1986, he planned the refurbishment of "Palazzo Remer" in Venice.

In 1987, he is nominated at the XIII Premio Compasso d’Oro award.

In 1988, he became associate professor at the all’Akademie für Angewandten Kunst of Vienna, where he became full professor in 1991.