Friday, April 12, 2019

Milan Design Week: Day Three

Day Three at Salone del Mobile 2019 has been packed with ideas and inspiration and we are right here, at the confluence of culture, creativity and innovation in the world of design. There has been so much to explore and experience that we are overwhelmed! Here are a few breathtaking innovations that we came across and cannot be more amazed with. Innovations that are turning convention on its head.

Trends of 2019

We see design in transition. From furniture to lighting to all things interiors. Here on this wallpaper, Art Deco finds modernity in firm lines. 

Classicism gets more refined, and Art Deco slowly gets squeezed by purists of the contemporary movement. Evolution at Milan Design Week. 

New forms and materials peak curiosity.

Glass makes a design statement with eccentric pieces in bold, vibrant colours. 

Colours, graphics and materials unite to create a stir. 

Four textures emerge. Designers are pushing themselves to combine, in order to create new paradigms.

Tonin Casa presents wall hangers for a contemporary setting. Simple and effective design that can serve just about any purpose. 

Flos presents original lighting designs by Michael Anastassiades that are as much fun as unconventional. The flexible design lets the individual lighting pieces be arranged in endless number of combinations. Design that thrills and can be played around with. 

Blumarine meets Calligaris to make fashionable homeware. Beautiful rose print decks up the Calligaris Coco velvet lounge chair to create a statement of elegance.

Molteni&C unveils their latest collection. Elena ViganĂ², Head of Architecture Team at the Group, takes us on a tour inside the Molteni booth to familiarize us with their new wonders.

Natuzzi turns 60 and celebrates design by revisiting its roots. The brand unveils its latest collection, Dandy,  inspired by Puglia, the homeland of Pasquale Natuzzi, where it all began. The collection advocates a new concept of living and its character mirrors a modern lifestyle that cherishes travelling and urban living. 

Brands are becoming more conscious of the resources they utilize, the space their products occupy. They are creating multitasking furniture for a smarter way of living. Aesthetics and comfort blend. Smaller spaces go for an exciting spin.

                                                             Multitasking Furniture

An exceptional installation, ‘’DE-SIGNO’’, celebrates the genius of Leonardo da Vinci by showcasing the experience of Italian design and craftsmanship, from the time of the great master to the present day.

Watch this space as we cover more updates in our next post. Follow us on Instagram and use the hashtag #DesignSoGood to get the latest and the hottest design trends right on your phone. 

LIVE now from Milan Design Week 2019. 
April 9 to 14.

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