Berberé has received another important recognition. After winning the Archiproducts Design Awards last November, this year the portable dog bed designed by Raffaella Mangiarotti has been ranked by Monocle among the 50 most interesting design projects in the world. The prestigious international magazine also devoted ample space to it by featuring it not only on the cover of the May issue dedicated to the award but also in the press release introducing the winners.
«The Berberé dog bed by Opinion Ciatti demonstrates that there is no reason why a perfectly furnished room should be ruined by tacky accessories». It is with this motivation that our bed received the award for the best product for our furry friends; for its refinement and ability to naturally blend in with any environment without any stylistic constraints.
Founded in London in 2007, Monocle is a global magazine providing coverage on various current issues, ranging from economy, culture, lifestyle, and design. The Monocle Design Awards, now in their third edition, aim at rewarding talent on a global level and highlighting the products that best enhance comfort and quality of life.
A recognition that takes into account achievement in various fields, from architecture to urban planning, graphic design, and furnishings, rewarding those projects capable of increasing the comfort of our homes, offices, and cities: an issue that the magazine believes to be not only of global importance but also the primary goal of good design.
Berberé thus boasts a new and prestigious award. Designed to combine practicality and comfort, stylish down to the smallest detail and easy to carry, the dog bed evokes exotic travel ambiences and is conceived for design-oriented pet lovers keen to move around in comfort without foregoing style.