Note sideboard

Note sideboard: an item of furniture with simple geometric shapes, but a strong and original character.

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The Note sideboard looks like a suspended parallelepiped supported by two vertical inclined axes. It can be combined with the Note bookcase, for creating a stylistically consistent and coordinated look. Original reinterpretation of the traditional sideboards, it is a particularly current furnishing item, thanks to its fresh lines, to the inclination of the two axes in lacquered wood and to the elegant finishes proposed: the wood is a refined material element, that gives it warmth and makes it immune to the passage of time. The result is a furnishing element with a contemporary and refined style. Note sideboard is available in two sizes; in the smaller version, it is possible to choose between the three door variant or one with two side doors, drawer and folding table in the central section; in the larger version four doors are available.

Data sheet

Note sideboard 180 - 3 doors

Width: 180cm

Depth: 52.5cm

Height: 82cm

Note sideboard 180 - 2 doors

Width: 180cm

Depth: 52.5cm

Height: 82cm

Note sideboard 220 - 4 doors

Width: 220cm

Depth: 52.5cm

Height: 82cm

  • Mat white

  • Walnut Canaletto

  • Heat-treated oak

  • Mat white

  • Mat brown

The samples above represent the complete range of materials and finishes available for this product (regardless of the top shape or size, in the case of tables). Fabrics, eco-leather, leather and emery leather shown in this website are a selection. Colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. Please visit Bonaldo dealers to see the complete sample collection and get further details about our products.

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Designer

Mario Mazzer

Mario Mazzer was born in 1955. He graduated in architecture from the Politecnico di Milano in 1978 and qualified as an industrial designer in 1979. He worked with leading figures in Italian design. His participation in numerous conferences and the displays of his work in museums and design exhibitions have contributed to the cultural dialogue on design. He received special mentions at the Young & Design competition in 1988 and 1989, and won the competition in 1991. He received an honourable mention from the American journal ID Annual Design Review, in 1996. His products have been included in the ADI Design Index and in the International Design Yearbook. In 2001 he published a monograph entitled Thinking about Things: Mario Mazzer designer. In 2006 and 2007 he received an honorable mention in the competition Riabita. He received the Good Design in four editions between 2009 and 2011, with 2010 Babel by Bonaldo. He won four Red Dot Design Awards between 2010 and 2012 and the IF Design Award in 2012. He works in collaboration with numerous top industrial-design firms.