By the time Enzo Mari designed this dustbin for Danese in 1971, he had tranquil souls of stressed office people in his mind. "In Attesa" means "in expectance" and one might add then: "of paper".
The dustbin inclines to the one that throws the paper – and this one has success experiences with In Attesa – more that with every other dustbin. The inclined waste basket "In Attes" is one of the design classics by Enzo Mari and an exceptional, timeless usage object which shouldn't be missing in any design-oriented office.
The dustbin insert "In Attesa Scomparto" can simply be removed and emptied. And if the bin gets dirty and sticky or rot sometime, the whole dustbin mustn't be thrown away, but only the insert.