Super rare single bed designed by Guido Faleschini for the ‘Pace Collection’ manufactured by Mariani in Italy in 1975. This bed is much more uncommon than the double bed. This unique bed brings the vibrant and colourful spirit of the seventies to life. The set includes a bed, a stool and headboard with integrated bed light, all modules are wrapped in rich cognac leather and the stool has a leather strap. The mattress and covers are not included, they are for reference purpose only.
The stable construction, defined by geometric shapes and rounded corners makes a very rich appearance. The leather’s unique texture and the flat surfaces provide both style and functionality. The integrated lamp seamlessly blend into the bed’s experimental and bold design language. Known as the ‘Tucroma’ line, this collection, featuring dining and lounge chairs along with this bedroom set, shows Faleschini’s timeless styling and luxurious use of leather. In excellent condition. Mattress not included, marked with Mariani stickers.
Faleschini earned an Industrial Expert degree in Milano in 1942 and later, in 1952-1953, received a degree from the Superior School of Art applied to Industry, where he secured the first prize at the course’s conclusion. In 1960, he graduated in Architecture from the University “Athenaeum de Lausanne,” where he also taught Architectonic Composition in the Italian Section from 1970-1974. Between 1950 and 1968, he won numerous prizes in painting competitions.
In 1960, he embarked on his journey as an Industrial Designer for various Furniture Companies in the Brianza Area (Milan). His work was showcased in international trade shows, and he took part in competitions like PRINT laminate and the Biennal of Mariano. His portfolio includes complete furnishings for private houses in various cities, as well as office furnishings for companies like Sangalli in Monza and ATE in Sesto San Giovanni. He also contributed to the design of complete furnishings in clothing stores.
|Holland / Belgium:||€ Free|
|Europe:||€ 150 - 750|
|Outside Europe:||€ 1000 - 2000|