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Can't sink your trash from more than a couple feet away? The Danese Milano In Attesa Wastebasket will help improve your garbage hoops stats. It takes its name from the Italian for "expectant," which explains its anticipatory tilt. The angle makes it easier to dispose of waste, even under a desk or table. Originally designed by Enzo Mari in 1971.

In the more than 60 years since it was founded, Danese Milano has grown to become a major player in the world of modern Italian design. Innovative and award-winning, Danese Milano home furnishings and lighting are all created with timeless style and sustainability in mind, making them just as good for the environment as they are for the enhancement of the contemporary home. All Danese Milano pieces are designed and produced in Italy.

The In Attesa Wastebasket is available with the following:
Details:
  • Made of injection-molded polypropylene
  • Angled for ease of use
  • Made in Italy
  • Designed by Enzo Mari, 1971
Options:
  • Color: Black, Graphite, Opaline, White
Dimensions:
  • Item: Height 16.1", Diameter 10.3"

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In Attesa Wastebasket

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Can't sink your trash from more than a couple feet away? The Danese Milano In Attesa Wastebasket will help improve your garbage hoops stats. It takes its name from the Italian for "expectant," which explains its anticipatory tilt. The angle makes it easier to dispose of waste, even under a desk or table. Originally designed by Enzo Mari in 1971.
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