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Mattia Bonetti

Wallpaper

Mattia Bonetti was born in Lugano, Switzerland, in 1952. He received his formal training as a designer at the Centro Scolastico per l’Industria Artistica in Lugano. He subsequently moved to Paris in 1973, worked there as a textile designer, style consultant, and Art photographer. Since 1979 he became a furniture designer –decorator, and created several collections of furniture and objects, produced in one off piece or limited edition. He also signed private interiors and public places in France and abroad.




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Wallpaper

Size per roll: 0,73 x 10 m

Material: Non-woven , 190 g/qm

“I have long been interested in the interconnection between dimensions. For these wall papers, I designed a two dimensional sketch which ended up as a 3D object, but morphed into a 2 dimensional object in a 3 dimensional space.”

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