Amodular desktop tray in solid wood, carved to grooves in order to accommodate pens and pencils and finally hand polished. Several elements can be placed side by side so as to arrange larger sets.

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Essenze e finiture

Bottega Ghianda carefully selects the quality of materials such as essences, leathers and fine fabrics that make each product unique

Designed by

Emanuela Frattini Magnusson

Since 2013 Emanuela Frattini Magnusson is Global Head of Design of Bloomberg LP, a global data and news company headquartered in New York, where she is responsible for the design strategy of the company’s real estate portfolio consisting of more than 180 locations. Prior to joining Bloomberg she founded and led EFM Design, an international award-winning multidisciplinary practice that spans architecture, interiors, product design, brand development, and graphics. Notable projects include the Aqua townhouse development in Miami, retail concepts for Russell Athletic, offices and showrooms for Knoll International, various art galleries and studios, a Times Square hotel and restaurant, a feasibility study to expand The Wolfsonian Museum in Miami, and a variety of residential projects in the United States and Europe, including the renovation of a Frank Lloyd Wright House. In addition, she was founder and principal designer of Articolo, a collection of high-quality European-produced furniture, distributed exclusively through the company’s website and creative director of Spinneybeck Leather, producer of accessories and architectural products. Her Propeller Collection of tables for Knoll has been a bestseller since its introduction in 1994 and has won numerous awards, including the IDEA Award in Business Week. Her collection of accessories was licensed exclusively to the Museum of Modern Art for sale and distribution in the United States. She has served as a visiting faculty member at Parsons School of Design and Yale University School of Architecture. She began her professional career in Milan collaborating with her father, world-renowned architect Gianfranco Frattini. Since moving to the United States in 1989, she has been a regular contributor to several Italian magazines, including Domus, Casa Vogue, and Abitare. Her architectural and design work has been widely published, including articles in The New York Times, Metropolis, ID Magazine, and Metropolitan Home and numerous books. She holds an MA in architecture from the Milan Polytechnic and an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business. A Registered Architect in the American Institute of Architects as well as the Ordine degli Architetti di Milano in Italy, she is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional.

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