• ERMES Bed with low headboard
  • ERMES Bed with low headboard
  • ERMES Bed with low headboard
  • ERMES Bed with low headboard

ERMES Bed with low headboard

RODOLFO DORDONI | 2012

With its stylish presence, Ermes epitomizes the skills of the Master craftsmen of the industrious Brianza district, north of Milan. These experts are famous for their ability to process wood and create furniture. The elegance of this piece is exalted by the wide edge in Canaletto walnut heartwood, polished with a traditional or natural finish. It surrounds the headboard and the upholstered base with removable covers in fabric, leather or Ecopelle, decorated with top stitching. The bed is available as a double-size bed, and with two different types of headboard: the first is tall and as wide as the bed base: the second is shorter and extends beyond the sides of the bed. Available with box -spring base Comfort, with slatted mattress support with rigidity adjustment, with electric movements and electric/manual combined or with storage base.

For various measurements, contact us.

Headboard dimensions
Length: 307 cm
Height: 86 cm

Storage base bed dimensions
Length: 178-198 cm
Width: 220 cm
Height: 34 cm

Box-Spring base Comfort bed dimensions
Length: 178-218 cm
Width: 218 cm
Height: 33 cm

PRODUCT INFORMATION
Height: 34 cm
Length: 178-218 cm
Width: 220 cm

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In the history of the modern bed, the year 1978 was a milestone. It was the year that Flou was founded, a company with the precise objective of innovating the bedroom and create a new ‘sleep culture’. Being fully aware that good sleep makes a major contribution to better living, Flou wanted to offer clients the best way of sleeping. They produced modern and functional designer beds with an excellent price-quality ratio.

Flou and its continual development saw aesthetics and function going hand-in-hand with innovation in the field of materials, technology, rationalization of the production processes. However, the company philosophy remained unchanged: to produce excellent beds, designed with the precise objective of improving comfort, wellness and quality of life.

Born in Milan in 1954, he graduated with a degree in Architecture in 1979 from the Milan Polytechnic which has trained high-caliber architects. After his degree, Dordoni’s first tenure was in the design sector, designing a long line-up of products and soon becoming the artistic director of leading companies in the Italian and international design scene. His working partnership with Minotti as the company’s artistic director dates back to 1997, overseeing the creation and development of all its collections. In 2005 he set up the Studio Dordoni Architetti along with Alessandro Acerbi and Luca Zaniboni, working in the field of architecture and interior design for residential, commercial and exhibition settings, and signing the design and development of villas, private homes, industrial and commercial spaces, exhibition stands, restaurants and hotels.

Dimensions 178-218 x 220 x 34 cm