The geometric Gauss desk features a curved, fluid top with no sharp edges, much like the legs, which take on the appearance of metal rings with rounded corners. The distinguishing feature of Gauss is the raised section, which creates a second level for the desk. In addition to the main desk top in wood, Gauss can also offer a practical “floating” shelf made from ceramic, which is attached to the main desk via two metal bars. The other unique detail to Gauss is the shape of the legs, which stand in a dynamic, asymmetrical position, creating an irregular structure which lends a youthful, casual quality to the desk. In addition, the veining in the wood of the desk top adds dynamism, increasing the aesthetic impact of Gauss.
Calacatta macchia vecchia
Mat anthracite grey
Mat dove grey
Mat pearl gold
Winner of prestigious international design contests like Young & Designer Milano (1987) and the International Du Pont Award Köln (Germany, 1988 and 1989), Mauro Lipparini has brought his consolidated experience in the field of industrial and interior design to Bonaldo since 2005. Lipparini’s style is based on essential forms and energetic lines, organic patterns and original visual ideas imbued with a playful spirit.