Hotline is a table with metal frame and glass top. The structure is available in black or patinated bronze; the top is available in transparent glass, or transparent black glass, or in transparent bronze glass.
Hotline is a minimalist table with a clean and well recognizable design able to characterize your living or your kitchen.
Width: 220 cm / 240 cm
Depth: 90 cm
Height: 75 cm
Picasso used to say: "nature is one thing, painting is another". In this way he stressed the fact that painting must not be bent by the realism of nature, but must be able to transcend it and develop on a parallel plane. Making this definition my own, I designed a table showing its fourth dimension from whatever perspective you look at it, therefore not only as a spatial dimension but above all as a temporal one. Hotline is therefore the sintering of a table into elementary geometric lines followed by a sintering of points that in reality could not be visualized simultaneously.
Born in Aosta 1962, He got his graduation in Industrial Design at the Politecnico University of Milan-Department of Architecture. He works for some furniture industries among which Alivar, Ciatti a Tavola, Dilmos,EmmeBi, Minottiitalia , Mogg, Movelight, Sturm Und Plastic, and he also projects shops and private houses. His approach to projecting passes through concepts like flexibility, forms dynamism and breaking up at minimal terms, empowered by an aesthetic idea which looks for the poetical form of the object without debasing its recognisability and functional effectiveness. As Elio Franzini, professor of Aesthetics at the State University of Milan, wrote: “Bitetti’s forms, within the projectual (and physical) I-We dialogue, are then symbols; they have an open meaning, the invisible acting through the visible”.So, looking for a different sense of things, going over the traditional idea of their use, Claudio Bitetti gives “a repertoire of projects passing through the home space, making the people who live it to exploit the whole of their senses, to use double-senses, to elaborate common-sense”, as affirmed by Flaviano Celaschi, professor and vice-dean of the Milan Faculty of Industrial Design.