Mario Bellini is a globally renowned architect and designer, honored with the prestigious Golden Compass Award eight times. His impact is evident with 25 works in the permanent collection of New York's MoMA, which hosted a retrospective of his work in 1987. Bellini served as editor of Domus magazine (1985-1991) and curated numerous art, design, and architecture exhibitions worldwide. Recognized for his contributions, he received the Milan Triennale's Gold Medal in 2015 and a dedicated retrospective in 2017, touring globally thereafter.

Since 1980, Bellini has focused on architecture, creating notable landmarks such as Milan's Portello Trade Fair district, Villa Erba in Cernobbio, Tokyo Design Centre, and the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne. Noteworthy recent projects include the Milan Convention Centre and Rome Fiumicino's international Airterminal T3. He's currently involved in the "Bin-County Project" in Harbin, China, and the "Oasis" Residential Cultural and Sports Complex in the Gulf Area.

Bellini's iconic Camaleonda furniture retains its original design elements, such as the 90x90 cm seat module and distinctive capitonné design. However, it has been enhanced for comfort and sustainability. The internal structure now comprises easily disassembled recycled materials, offering superior comfort with polyurethane padding. Its modular design allows for customizable arrangements, adapting to changing tastes and needs. Upholstered with B&B Italia's range, Camaleonda epitomizes versatility and enduring style.

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