Italian company Bonaldo is set to release five new designs at Salone del Mobile 2014 from designers Alain Gilles, Ryosuke Fukusada, Gino Carollo, and Mauro Lipparini. Take a peek…

April, May, June from Gino Carollo are more than just bookshelves, you can use them to display your favorite items. The designs were inspired by perfume bottles and can be used together or displayed separately.

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Also from Gino Carollo is the Amlet bed, an upholstered bed that sits atop a varnished metal base (available in several colors). The headboard is padded and comes in two different heights and your choice of material.

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A partnership with Japanese designer Ryosuke Fukusada expands with the new Kadou coffee table. “Kadou” means “the art of flowers” and the design’s stem-like branches become the legs of the table, whereas they were the coat holders at the top of the coat stand on the original design.

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From Alain Gilles comes Tracks, an extendable table that works with two parallel axes that act like tracks for a train. The table is made from a mix of materials, wooden legs, a crystal table top, and lacquered steel structure, but they all seem to work in harmony.

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And last, but not least, is Slab, a modular sofa designed by Mauro Lipparini. With deep seating and plenty of module options, the plush sofa is a great option with unique comfort.

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