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A long experience gained from the tradition of a family-run design office started in 1960, in conjunction with an innovative dynamism - architects and designers Carlo, Anna and Paolo Bartoli started the professional association "Bartoli Design - studio associato di architettura e design" in 2007. After years of cooperation, Bartoli Design was the name already grouping Carlo, Paolo and Anna with Albertina Amadeo, Paolo Crescenti and Giulio Ripamonti since 1999. Their activities range from architecture and urban design to furniture and industrial design for several Italian and international companies - such as Arclinea, Arflex, Colombo Design, Fiam, International Office Concept, Kartell, Kristalia, Kron, Laurameroni design collection, Lualdi Porte, Matteograssi, Move, Origin, Rossi di Albizzate, Sagsa, Segis, Steelcase-Strafor, Tisettanta, Tonelli, Varenna-Poliform, Ycami.
From initial ideas for the marketing strategy, from draft designs through production developmen, the team's activity embraces the full spectrum of design services. Paolo Bartoli has taught Industrial Design at the Politenico Design Faculty in Milano. In the year 2008, Bartoli Design has been awarded the XXI Compasso d'Oro ADI for the design of the R606Uno chair by Segis. The Tube sofa for Rossi di Albizzate received the IF award for Good Industrial Design and was selected for the "Design Italiano per un nuovo paesaggio domestico" post stamp series issued by the Italian Mail Service. Carlo Bartoli has been invited to show his works in Italy and abroad: at the Triennale in Milano, at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, at the Stadt Museum in Köln and in New York, Prague, Hong Kong, Athens, Buenos Aires. The "Gaia" armchair by Arflex is part of the permanent collection at the MOMA in New York and the permanent Italian design collection of the Milano Triennale. The "4875" chair by Kartell is shown in the design collection of the National Arts Museum, Centre Pompidou in Paris. The "Breeze" amchair for Segis - awarded the I.D. Design Distinction Award, Apex Product Design Award, Red Dot and IF Award for Good Industrial Design - was portrayed on the Italian stamps featuring the Masters of Italian design.