Giuseppe Arezzi

The hand-forged iron combines with linen to create a four-poster bed that highlights the naturalness and irregularity of the materials with elegance, warmth and originality.

Starting from 9.516 euros

Velario owes its name to the ancient awning that, in Roman times, shielded theatres and amphitheatres from the sun.

Giuseppe Arezzi

He is a furniture and interior designer who graduated from the Politecnico di Milano, and lives in Ragusa, Sicily. His research – linked to his experience and his home territory – gives life to contemporary products and spaces aimed at transformability and multifunctionality. His work has been exhibited and published internationally: in 2020 he was nominated as one of the finalists in the “Pure Talents Design Contest” at the Imm Cologne trade fair; in 2021 with the project “Binomio” he became part of the permanent collection of “Design and Decorative Arts” at the CNAP Centre National des Arts Plastiques in Paris; in 2022 with the project “Manic#” he became part of the permanent collection of the Vitra Design Museum and was nominated “Young Talent of the Year” by “Elle Decor Italia” at the EDIDA Elle Deco International Design Awards competition. He teaches at the ABADIR Academy in Catania.

The bed profile reinterprets the ancient technique of forged iron with clean and contemporary forms, while its light textile covering recalls the aesthetics of sails. The uprights of the structure, circular in section, feature round eyelets at the top that allow for the attachment of the linen cloth, whose natural tone highlights a subtle geometric print. The headboard, entirely removable, is upholstered and covered with a knitted fabric. The bed is crafted from 30 millimetres solid round iron, hand-wrought and forged, then left in its pure state. The fabric is authentic undyed linen, with a digital print on the surface in a rust-coloured tone.

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