Bartoli Design designed and created our best sellers, Sushi and Nori. Maki is the latest design project – in chronological order – the result of a partnership with this long-standing studio in Italy: a table inspired, once again, by the sheer simplicity of oriental style, in which the leg and top proﬁles feature smooth rounded edges. Maki is available in a variety of sizes and colours, allowing a multitude of aesthetic and functional solutions. The legs are made of die-cast aluminium, whereas the top is available in Alucompact® and Pure-white laminates, Fenix-NTM®, DEKTON® by Cosentino, and gloss or matt glass.
With their rounded shapes, the legs of Maki tables are combined with a staved top made of Teak, FSC certified to respect the environment, which is 20 cm wide and 2 cm thick. The top can be left in its natural colour, since over time it acquires an unmistakable silvery shade, or it can be treated with oil to allow it to resume its original colour. Extendable tables are fitted with drawn aluminium extensions, housed in a special compartment.
Today, Bartoli Design, a team comprising Carlo, Paolo and Anna Bartoli, continues its experience in design and design culture begun by Carlo Bartoli in 1960, achieved through many partnerships with leading companies in the furniture sector. The studio’s research focuses on poetic elegance based on simplicity and balance: from the initial concept of product and communication strategies to creative and product development, the studio’s activities embrace a complete spectrum of design services. Bartoli Design also develops projects including architecture, settings, interior design and urban design. In 2008, Bartoli Design received the XXI Compasso d’Oro ADI award for the R606Uno chair, the Tube sofa received the IF Award for Good Industrial Design and the studio was selected to appear on a set of Italian postage stamps entitled “Italian Design for a New Domestic Landscape”. Carlo Bartoli has exhibited his work in Italy and abroad: at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Stadt Museum in Cologne, as well as in New York, Prague, Hong Kong, Athens and Buenos Aires. The Gaia armchair is included in the permanent design collection at the MOMA in New York and the Triennale Design Museum in Milan. The 4875 chair is on display in the design collection at the National Arts Museum of the Pompidou Centre in Paris. The Breeze armchair, which received the I.D. Design Distinction Award, the Apex Product Design Award, the Red Dot and the IF Award for Good Industrial Design, is included in a set of Italian postage stamps entitled “Masters of Italian design”. The Sol table received the “2010 GOOD DESIGN Award”. The panel of judges of the Young&Design competition awarded Carlo Bartoli the Apostolo del Design 2012 for his work as a designer inspired by an essential and honest design project. The Still table by Bartoli Design received the Red Dot 2013 award.