Success After Salone

Synthesis of a contemporary thought of vintage spirit, "Bea" dining armchair by Roberto Lazzeroni stands out for its neat and refined soul. A perfect item also for the contract sector, that creates an ideal set of passé-partout chairs with Bice lounge chair of which it revisits the measured proportions and enveloping shapes of the shell backrest.

Moooi's "Heracleum" lamp, designed by Bertjan Pot, is inspired by the heracleum plant. The lamp features LED lights dispersed through the "leaves" of the plant. There are no wires in this lamp, as wires would have been too thick. Instead, the "branches" are a coated conductive material.  The "leaves" of the lamp are not frozen in one position. They can be freely repositioned and rotated, as well as dimmed.

"Oda" is big. "Oda" is a reservoir of light. "Oda" is a huge floor lamp for the living room - next to your sofa or armchair.  Sebastian Herkner’s aim was to create a repository or a balloon full of light. The design is inspired by the amazing pictures of water towers shot by German photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher.

"Eden Queen" made its debut at Salone del Mobile 2015. As this piece is not quite market-ready, pricing and ordering information will be available in the coming months.  Designed by Marcel Wanders, "Eden Queen" is a photorealistic rug depicting a bouquet of beautiful flowers, setting a dynamic landscape for the space.

"Mangold" made its debut at Salone del Mobile 2015. As this piece is not quite market-ready, pricing and ordering information will be available in the coming months.  The "Mangold" sofa system - inspired by art, architecture and geometry - was designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune to be combined in an infinite number of combinations. The different seats and backrests have different depths and heights, yet have very clear geometric forms.  The main feature is the curved arcs of different radii, which when combined with other parts of the system create almost "mini-architecture" elements. The two additional storage units - which can be made in various materials and finishes, and therefore easily customized - adds order and variation to the system.  The architects Claesson Koivisto Rune said, “We believe that the countless combination possibilities make 'Mangold' fit into any furnishing situation where a comfortable sofa seating solution is needed”.

"Celato" means concealed, hidden, and secret. It is a name and an adjective that generates different personalities: a menhir, a safe, a skyscraper; an object which gradually reveals itself touch by touch.  Designed by R&D De Castelli, "Celato" is a piece of furniture with a lot of drawers, almost secret, that one can enter by softly pushing on them.  The drawers, made of birch, are of different heights and they are not aligned. The shell serves as a wrapping for the internal wood structure and it is available in a variety of finishes.

Designed by GamFratesi, the "Beetle" dining chair features a seat and back in laminated molded veneer. It is available on a standard four-legged base or on castors (stacking capability optional).  GamFratesi's design takes its creative drive from a fusion of tradition and renewal and in an experimental approach to their chosen materials and techniques. With their dual traditional background, Stine Gam (born 1975) and Enrico Fratesi (born 1978) draw on the classic Danish furniture and craft tradition as well as the classic Italian intellectual and conceptual approach. Understanding a tradition and addressing it actively in the workshop makes it possible to expand on it. From this cross-cultural substrate they create furniture that respectfully reflects tradition while also featuring unique embedded stories, symbols and associations, often expressed in a minimalist idiom.  GamFratesi aim to create furniture that illustrates the process and the techniques that created it, and which reflect a persistent exploration of the diverse border zone between harmony and disharmony.

The world-renowned Spanish designer Jaime Hayon has worked together with Republic of Fritz Hansen to create today’s answer to tomorrow’s easy chair. A chair where you can find room for your inner space and take a break from the hectic bustle of everyday life. The "Ro" was launched at Salone del Mobile 2013 in Milan.  For a more vibrant look, the chair features two different textures: one for the seat shell and one for the cushions, which supports the contrasted expression of the hard shell and the warm and soft interior.

The award winning "Big Bubble", is a stunning light made of hand blown glass which makes each piece truly unique.

An all-marble table with a lathe-turned central stand with a hyperboloid section, which is wider at the base and narrower towards the top, thereby streamlining the entire structure to open up to accommodate the circular table top which simply rests in place embedded in the thickness of the top: an elegant form and design to create a more stable table than ever, the first example in Mangiarotti’s work of the use of marble to construct furnishing objects designed for the home, here proposed with a special finish to really bring out the properties of stone, caressing and enhancing the rounded profiles of this "sculpture" for interior architecture of the most exemplary proportions.


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