The small desk designed by Gianfranco Frattini for Bernini dates back to 1957. Originally called Model 530, the furniture piece was renamed “Nòs” - which means walnut in the Milanese dialect - on the occasion of its re-edition by Ceccotti Collezioni sixty-five years after its first production. With an essential style and rigorous lines, it was initially distributed mainly in...
American walnut dark
American walnut moka
American walnut brown
Gianfranco Frattini, Italian architect and designer, was born in Padua on 15 May 1926. After the degree in Architecture from Milan Polytechnic, he joined Gio Ponti's studio, and thanks to this he began working with Cesare Cassina, who would always remain an important figurehead for him. He opened his own design studio in Milan, which led him to work with numerous companies in the field of furniture and lighting design.