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Optic

Like in a dance, the Optic’s two supporting frames perfectly slide together to create a spacious system of staggered shelves: the metal bookcase shelves are wider in the middle to accommodate large objects, while the side shelves are lighter and cantilevered. The shifted frames give the bookcase a striking 3D effect and permit different configurations in the space: side by side on the wall, overlapping or in the centre of the room joined with an “L” arrangement as a partition within the room.
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Data sheet

Width: 136cm
Depth: 42cm
Height: 170cm

Finishes

    • Mat bronze
    • Mat lead
    • Mat pearl gold
    • Mat brass
    • Mat copper

Materials, fabrics, leathers, colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. You can find the complete collection of Bonaldo fabrics and leathers on the website https://www.bonaldo.biz/

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Marco Zito

Marco Zito, 1966 architect, graduated at the IUAV in 1994. Associate professor of Industial Design in the University IUAV Venice. Invited lecturer at the Industrial Design Centre of Montevideo (Uruguay), at San Marco Centre of Kigali (Rwanda), at IMC - Industrial Modernisation Centre of Cairo, (Egypt). Published in Design Yearbook 2004 by Tom Dixon. Prize at “Batimat 2005” design for innovation trophy, Paris with “lettere” illuminated system design, produced by Viabizzuno. ADI 2007 design index, selected for “lettere”, Viabizzuno production. ADI 2011 design index, selected for “Tua”, Foscarini production. ADI 2013 design index, selected for “Sat”, Plust production. ADI 2016 design index, selected for “Scandola”, De Castelli production. Exposed in “New Italian design” exhibition, permanent design collection, Triennale di Milano. 2010, Winner of “Matitalia” pencil for celebration of 150th anniversary of Italian unity, with “l'unita” produced by Fila. Publications in Abitare, Domus, Casabella, Intramuros, Wallpaper, Interni, Ottagono, Diid, The Plan, Monocle, Dezeen.

Marco Zito