Porro Shin bed

Shin bed

The Shin bed, finished to the last detail, comprises a sturdy bed frame combined with a soft and inviting headboard. The bed frame is made of black stained ash wood. The soft wide cushions that lean on the metal tubular headboard fit the minimal and proportional design of the Shin. These cushions can be upholstered in both fabric and leather and are available in various exclusive Porro colours. The bed rests on four tubular steel legs. The bed is available in two sizes.

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Shin bed

The Shin bed, finished to the last detail, comprises a sturdy bed frame combined with a soft and inviting headboard. The bed frame is made of black stained ash wood. The soft wide cushions that lean on the metal tubular headboard fit the minimal and proportional design of the Shin. These cushions can be upholstered in both fabric and leather and are available in various exclusive Porro colours. The bed rests on four tubular steel legs. The bed is available in two sizes.

 

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Piero Lissoni

Together with Nicoletta Canesi, the Italian architect, art director and designer Piero Lissoni, founded the design studio Lissoni Associati in Milan in 1986. Piero Lissoni focuses on architecture, interior design and furniture/light design. Lissoni and his team fully master these areas and use art direction to monitor various corporate identities of various top brands. Projects worldwide include private villas and yachts, residential and hospitality buildings such as Casa Fantini, Conservatory Hotel, Edition Hotel, Grand Hotel Billia, Mamilla Hotel, Roomers Hotel, Shilla Stay Hotels, The Middle House, The Oberoi Beach Resort Al Zorah, the restaurants Filippo La Mantia, Moriki, Tunes, museum shows in Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Palazzo della Ragione and Palazzo Reale. The furnishing of offices, head offices, factories and showrooms also includes a variety of clients, such as Altagamma, Benetton, Boffi, De Padova, Ferrari, Glas Italia, Lema, Living Divani and Porro.

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