Opinion Ciatti: Ptolomeo Vino, a design bottle holder for wine enthusiasts
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A glass of wine to brighten your late-autumn evenings and that touch of design that cannot be missing in any kitchen or living room: Ptolomeo Vino perfectly combines two examples of Italian excellence into a single object.
Based on the drawings left by designer Bruno Rainaldi, winner of the Compasso d'Oro 2004 with the Original Ptolomeo bookcase, Ptolomeo Vino is the iconic bottle holder created by Opinion Ciatti.
Due to the virtually imperceptible structure of this bottle holder, the wine bottles seem to almost float in the air, elegantly furnishing the wall and the environment. Ptolomeo Vino is made up of a steel column supporting a system of concave shelves specially made to contain a wide variety of bottles. This system has been designed to look incredibly discreet in order to give the bottles the effect of being suspended.
Smart and essential, Ptolomeo Vino is the ideal solution for both domestic and contract environments: hotels, restaurants, wineries, wine bars, and wherever wine is a true passion.
Available in the free-standing and wall-mounted versions, Ptolomeo Vino comes in three sizes and four finishes: from pure white to shining stainless steel, from classic black to a corten effect to give that antique look.
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