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13 May 2022
Sophisticated lines, functional and elegant furnishings sanction the desire to revive the house through a design of the highest quality
The Salone del Mobile returns to Milan from 7 to 12 June with an almost summer edition that celebrates the fair’s sixtieth anniversary. And it will be an opportunity to definitively discover the evolution of furniture, style and trends and understand if and how all this has changed in these particular recent years. Already from the previews of the new collections, an ever stronger desire emerges to dress the house with elegance, quality, with furnishings designed to last over time. The design depth prevails over passing trends and the focus returns to quality, to historic companies or to young ones but with a solid and conscious vision. Here are some projects that follow this newfound sense of concreteness.
Borealis and Montogomery by Giorgetti
Giorgetti introduced a preview of the new collections in which the protagonists are the Borealis screen (on the cover), designed by Roberto Lazzeroni and the Montgomery armchair by Studio Dainelli. The first is the new object of desire: the screen articulates the rooms of the house in a flexible way and allows the space to take on different configurations. Almost sculptural, it is made with a skilful artisan interweaving of leather bands in two different colors that give life to a refined and decorative chromatic dynamic. The Borealis armchair is a contemporary declination of the classic, gritty and compact seat in ash and exclusive fabrics.
Living Box by Molteni & C
Vincent Van Duysen signs for Molteni & C, of which he is creative director, Living box, a piece of furniture that is configured as a real architectural element that finds its ideal space in the living room but can also be inserted in many other environments of the House. Spacious, roomy and functional, this piece of furniture escapes traditional classifications and has a strong innovative impact.
Square Chair by Moroso
Moroso turns 70 and introduces a preview of a seat that reproduces its aesthetic vision and formal experimentation. It is the Square chiar, whose name is a declaration of intent: designed by Jonathan Olivares, it is composed of a cube that acts as a seat and a parallelepiped that acts as a backrest.
Asia by Contardi
Federico Peri designs the Asia collection for Contardi, characterized by the formal and poetic elegance that recurs in his projects. Suspension, applique and table lamp interpret the design idea inspired by the shape of the hats of Chinese rice carriers in a different way. The result is an ethereal and light lamp that diffuses the light in a delicate and scenographic way.
Glide by Porro
Among the innovations presented in preview by Porro is Glide, a sliding system designed for the wardrobe, a context in which the company always stands out for its sophisticated and functional intuitions. Designed by Piero Lissoni + Iaco Design Studio, it adapts to all the company’s wardrobe systems.
Groovy and Glee by Lema
Clean lines, compositional flexibility and comfort are the recurring features in the new LEMA collections, of which the company has previewed the Glee and Groovy projects. The first is a sofa system composed of single-seat modules that allow a perfect composition. The second is characterized by the delicate movement of the armrests that open slightly outwards, like petals.
Mos by Wiener GTV Design
Gebrüder Thonet Vienna expands the Mos collection, by GamFratesi studio, with a new storage unit closed by Vienna straw doors. Elegant and warm, it has wooden shelves inside while the outside is defined by the typical curved beech, a hallmark of the historic company.
The (sustainable) Bambole by B&B Italia
This edition of the Salone del mobile also celebrates another anniversary: 50 years of Mario Bellini‘s Le Bambole, produced by B&B Italia. For the occasion, the company has chosen to lead the collection into the future in the name of sustainability. The shell is in 98% recycled polyethylene with elements in polyurethane foam to a lesser extent than 70% compared to the original version, with an undercover deriving from recycled PET. Granbambola, a three-seater sofa with a deeper seat, will also be added to the collection.
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