Many brands have shown new products in gold finish. First, Kartell (1,4) set up a space all in golden shades, proposing a new edition of many iconic products in golden shades.
Many other brands have gone for gold for this Milan Salone del Mobile: Moooi, in an interesting match between gold&pink (2,3), Tom Dixon (5), Offecct (6), as a sample.
Molti brand hanno proposto quest’anno arredi con la finitura oro. A partire da Kartell, che ha messo in scena un’ambientazione dal titolo ‘Precious Kartell’, completamente dorata,e una serie di articoli nella classica plastica Kartell rivisitati nella finitura oro.
Tanti altri brand hanno scelto l’oro, tra cui, Moooi (interessante l’abbinamento oro&rosa), Tom Dixon, Offecct, con un insolito Nobis color oro.
Jungle mood has invaded Milan. Plants and green are protagonist of the many sets, like in Desigual (1), where it seemed to be sitted inside a tropical kiosk!
Jungle mood also for many new collections too: as a sample, Dutch brand Moooi with L’Afrique Carpet (3) (a collection of African-inspired rugs by Studio Job) and its Tudor Cupboards (4) in jungle decorative themes. I was impressed also by Rina Menardi (2) green dishes sets.
Il mood jungle ha invaso milano. Tanti stand pieni di verde, tra cui Desigual (uno tra i più belli a mio avviso) che ha ricreato l’ambientazione di un chiosco tropicale all’interno della fiera.
How many times have I readen the world “social” in the iSaloni stands?
Starting from LAGO, which has built all its communication on the idea of “social living”, with real apartments in showrooms opened to the public. Its stand is all about conviviality too: you can’t imagine how many people was having lunch in there!
Diesel has chosen a social living mood too: For the first time it shows the home collection Diesel Living: among the collaborations (with Foscarini, Seletti, Moroso) there’s a “social kitchen” designed by Scavolini, the well-known Italian kitchen brand.
Quante volte ho letto la parola “social” in fiera?
This year sharp corners have been replaced by rounded shapes, as well has bright hues and neon finally have been replaced by soft hues, most of them natural shades, like greens, light blues, browns and greys. Like for these acoustic rounded panels and this stool by Offectt (1), Pro chairs by Flototto (4), chairs and wall décor by Blastation (5), crossed pouff by Bline (2), and these pendant light by Muuto (3), in soft green shades.
Quest’anno le forme spigolose sono state sostituite da quelle arrotondate, così come le tonalità di colore molto cariche lasciano il posto a quelle più “soft”e naturali, come i verdi, gli azzurri, i marrone chiaro ed i grigi. Alcuni esempi? Questi interessanti pannelli acustici di Offecct, la linea di sedie Pro di Flototto, i pouff Crossed di B-line, i prodotti di Blastation, e ovviamente Muuto, con le sue famose lampade a sospensione.
top image via
Yellow has been confirmed again as one of the main colour shades of interior design.
Here many products I’ve spotted in yellow: yellow buffet by Greek brand al2 (4); an original “origami” pouf by Mariko Tzujimoto from SaloneSatellite (1); Globe, by StudioJob for Gufram (3); yellow kitchen shelves, Scavolini for Diesel (2).
Il giallo è stato riconfermato anche in questa edizione del Salone.