12.4.22

Salone del Mobile.Milano 2022 - Preview

 Another glimpse to the coming in June Salone del Mobile.Milano and some of  the products to be presented then:

Savio by David Dolcini, Porada

Marcel is Ceramica Cielo’s latest washbasin design, created by Andrea Parisio and Giuseppe Pezzano, source: Wallpaper


Blues chair and table by Giuseppe Viganò, Turri




EN by Cecile Manz, for Maruni, source: Salone 

1.4.22

Archibald Limited Edition

 A limited edition of 110 pieces that brings together the essence of Poltrona Frau's evolution, "the result of the unexpected encounter of craftsmanship and an aesthetic rooted in the digital world":


Archibald Anniversary Limited Edition,Felipe Pantone for
Poltrona Frau  

On the occasion of Poltrona Frau’s 110th anniversary this year, only 110 pieces of Archibald Limited Edition will be made and available for purchase.  The Limited Edition armchair and the project can be explored online in April and during Milan’s 2022 Salone del Mobile design week from June 7th to 12th

28.3.22

A Glimpse to Milan Design Week 2022

‘Kawara’

 The first new designs that we are going to see at the coming and much anticipated, Milano Design week 2022 and the 60th addition of Salone del Mobile.Milano are coming:


"sweeps of oak plywood flow organically into wave-like curves, forming the backbone of a chair that is cocooning, clean-lined and comfortable." - this is the description by Wallpaper of the new ‘Kawara’ armchair created by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for the inaugural collection of Koyori, a new Japan-based furniture and lifestyle brand, debuting in June in Milan during Milan Design Week 2022

But I like more the ‘Musubi’ armchair:

And even more the 
GamFratesi's new designs  for Koyori - ‘Miau’ armchair:


and Edaha’ chair:


More will come soon :)



16.3.22

Salone Press Conference - A Glimpse to its 60th Edition

At today's Press Conference we had the chance to have a glimpse at what is going to look like the 60th edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano.

"We will see many companies at the Salone that are working hard to create furnishings with the wellbeing of the environment and of people in mind", said Maria Porro, President of the Salone del Mobile.Milano.

The 2022 events will involve more than 2,000 exhibitors. The central theme again will be sustainability and Design with Nature - Mario Cucinella’s great installation for the Salone del Mobile will be like a virtuous ecosystem representing the future of the way we live, A Collective Organism Installation:


Visitors will be able to see the story of Salone presented in La Scatola Magica (The Magic Box) at Palazzo Reale’s Sala delle Cariatidi:


There is also something new with SaloneSatelite - it will be much more inclusive this year with braille possibility for people with sight disabilities.

The exhibitors will include over 600 young designers under 35, all free to express their own identities to the best of their abilities, with complete creative freedom. On entering the fair, visitors will walk into the stands, which will act as both architectural and communication elements.

We are looking forward for more details for all the new projects and products! Come visit my blog soon for more exiting news!

10.3.22

My Perfect Interior for the day

 I am starting a series of posts with inspirational photos of perfect or dream interiors that I find on the web. This is definitely one of them - a perfect area for cozy and elegant family dining, meeting with friends, even work:


Midj, Italy

These are some of my favorite pieces of furniture from Supersalone that impressed me with my first visit there last September. I like the elegant lines, quality materials and, I am sure, great comfort... The perfect example of modern luxury. What do you think?

1.3.22

TRENDALERT: Have you heard of CARDENING?

It appears to be one of some unconventional emerging trends, probably a logical development of our increased need to be in contact with nature. Plant enthusiasts are now creating mini-gardens in suitable spots in their cars:

source: Evoke
I don't know how practical is this even in a safe place, but for sure it is better than the air fresheners we see in so many cars. And also, plants are known to purify the air and absorb harmful toxins. Mint, for example, is an instant freshener.
source: gardeningknowhow

How do you like the idea?

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