Luca Madonini

A wrought iron tube becomes a line to design an essential, light and refined domestic refuge.

Starting from 5.978 euro

A few simple wrought-iron profiles define this original and cosy four-poster bed, which clearly references the archetypal forms and meanings of both the house and Canadian camping tent.

Luca Madonini

He is a product designer who graduated in 2015 in Industrial Design from Politecnico di Milano. He also attended the Master in Industrial design at the Scuola Politecnica di Design. He lives in Milan.
Since 2017 he has held the position of Senior designer and Project manager at Giulio Iacchetti’s studio, where he collaborates with several companies including Alessi, Abet Laminati, Coop, Danese Milano, and Moleskine.

At the top of the bed, the hand-forged rod folds back on itself and becomes the supporting connection for the entire structure. The project is completed and characterised by two geometric linen drapes, which fall – one on each side – and defines a reserved area. Thanks to the buttonholes, they are easily removable. Vetta’s headboard is upholstered and removable
The bed is made of 25 millimetres iron rods, with turned feet; the cover is in pure dove-grey linen.

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