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Combining their many years of individual experience, the architects and designers Carlo, Anna e Paolo Bartoli founded "Bartoli Design - studio associato di architettura e design" in 2007. The activities of the studio ranges from urban architecture and design to furnishings, fittings, and industrial design for many companies, among them Arflex, Bonaldo, Colombo Design, Fiam, International Office Concept, Kristalia, Laurameroni design collection, Lualdi Porte, Matteograssi, Move, Nodus Rug, Rossi di Albizzate, Sagsa e Segis in Italia; Steelcase-Strafor in France/USA, Kron in Spain, Origin in Japan and Asis in Singapore and China.
Over the years a particular specialization in industrial projects and contract furniture and accessories has developed. These products are certified for use in public or semi-public spaces - seating, table systems, doors, handles, bathroom accessories, auditorium systems, and outdoor furnishings.
From initial ideas for the marketing strategy, from draft designs through to the production development, the team’s activities embrace the full spectrum of design services. Carlo Bartoli has taught Industrial Design at the ISIA in Rome and Florence and at the Milan Polytechnic; he has held lectures in various universities. Paolo Bartoli is a professor of Industrial Design at the Polytechnic Design Faculty in Milano.
In 2008, Bartoli Design was awarded the ADI XXI Gold Compass for the chair R606, a Segis product. The Tube divan for Rossi from Albizzate received the IF award for Good Industrial Design and was selected for a series of stamps for the Italian Post Office series “Italian Design for a new domestic landscape”. Carlo Bartoli has been invited to show his products in Italy and abroard, at the Triennale in Milan, at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, at the Stadt Museum in Köln and in New York, Prague, Hong Kong, Athens, Buenos Aires.
The chair 4875 for Kartell is in the collection of the National Arts Museum, Centre Pompidou, in Paris. The armchair Breeze for Segis – awarded the I.D. Design Distinction Award, Apex Product Design Award, Red Dot and IF Award for Good Industrial Design – is shown on the Italian Post Office stamp, series, Masters in Italian Design.
Paolo Crescenti, designer: design cooperation, product development, and presentation of physical scale models.
Concretization of the project ideas through the development and visualization of models, technical designs, and drawings, engineering assistance for production, assistance in the presentation of the product.