Key facts

Product:
DR
Family:
DR
Manufacturer:
FREZZA
Designer:
Claudio Bellini
Architonic ID:
1105053
Country:
Italy
Launched:
2010
Groups:
Tables-Dining tables
Home office-Desks
Desks/Workstations-Individual desks
Conference/Meeting-Meeting room tables

Concept

Desk : walnut solid wood; wood veneer or glass tops
Service units: mdf opaque lacquered with upper glass insert
Cupboards: mdf lacquered with solid wood legs
Dimensions : desk (mm) L.1800/2100 P 900/1000 H 730

Finishing
structure : walnut veneer natural tone, lacquered white or opaque anthracite
Desk top walnut veneer natural tone, or transparent glass or fume, or lacquered white

Claudio Bellini has devised his latest executive line designed for Frezza as a simple, nevertheless wonderful table. Its weightless, tense, dynamic, essential, “molliniana” memory, wood structure holds a glass or wood veneer top combining a magical balance of opposing strengths. This combination, the core’s project, thanks to the different color and material combinations, is naturally open to antithetical interpretations which exalt its expressive potential. Ranging from the classical totally wooden compositions to the more daring ones which combine glass tops and colored varnishes.

The expression of the design DR surpasses the usual precepts of serial industrial products. DR evokes excellence of execution, and for those who wish to have it among their possessions , the distinctive and unique character of an executive office whose style blends with time and fashion. Productionwise, DR is the result of the processing of solely natural eco-sustainable elements. The structure is made up of a one and only element, entirely in solid wood, walnut; a lacquered version is also available in glazed white or anthracite version. Wood tops are in walnut veneer finishing with rounded and tapered solid wood edges in order to accentuate the lightness of surfaces.

“A wonderful desk, that we can imagine as our private desk at home or together with its extention as a perfect piece of furniture for one’s office but even in a very refined meeting room and, why not perhaps round in shape in a lovely dining room…” (Claudio Bellini).