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A myriad of choices for an ultra-modern interior

A myriad of choices for an ultra-modern interior

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Do you want to update your interior decor? Then choose trendy furniture that brings a touch of originality and authenticity. You have the choice between several models, colors and sizes. Made with different types of materials to meet all expectations, they match all styles of decoration.

In designing the 520 for Thonet, designer Marco Dessi has created a contemporary interpretation of the upholstered chair that is directly in keeping with the heritage of the Frankenberg-based furniture manufacturer. Available with or without armrests and in a wide range of materials, the chair series lends itself to many different settings.

Studio d’Armes, in collaboration with Verre d’Onge, unveils its duo of table and floor lamps in blown glass: Gigi and Gigi Grande. They let themselves be discovered, unveiling themselves in alternating opacities and transparencies. Under the breath of the glass artist, their gradations and tints unfold in the material, each time in a unique way. Thus, each lamp is singular. With their different dimensions, they take on distinct personalities. The large one stands out with its elegant geometry and refined details, while the small one is playful and translates joy and softness.

The enveloping design of the Basket chair, by Marijana Radovic and Marco Bonelli for Visionnaire, is developed on a steel structure, through the elegant backrest realized with iroko wood segments, held together to create a finely worked collar effect.

A new addition to the Ava family, the Avebury dining table by Tom Faulkner features a sculptural base. Its top can be made of wood or marble.

Contrast, play of reflections and strong sculptural presence characterize the Bio-s lighting collection, designed by Studio Team Design for Bonaldo. Composed of three different pendant lights and a floor lamp, the range is an expression of three-dimensionality and perspective, a meeting place for nuanced elements. In the floor lamp, an architectural metal structure encloses the blown glass of the shade in all its finesse. The design of this lamp has a strong suggestive capacity, accentuated by the lampshade that can be in transparent or smoked glass with mirror.

Designed and handcrafted, the Anata custom furniture collection consists of eight designs that include a range of stools, cabinets, coffee tables and dining tables. This family of furniture embodies Block722’s passion and commitment to providing unique pieces of effortless elegance.

The Khama carpet series, for Carpet Edition, is distinguished by the use of banana silk, a fully biodegradable vegetable fiber with extraordinary characteristics. Harvested from the longest leaf and the bark of the banana tree, this material is transformed into a natural and very resistant fiber. The softness and shine obtained is similar to that of silk, guaranteeing a high level of comfort and aesthetics.

Marco Zito has designed the new Sit collection for Bross, a versatile and contemporary range of lounge chairs, loungers and poufs with soft, wraparound lines, shaped for maximum ergonomics.

The new modular sofa on Horizon platform, by Christophe Pillet for Frigerio, is inspired by the American design of the 50s and 60s. Emphasized by the particular shape of the painted metal base, it is enriched with elements that reveal its absolute modernity. The platform on which the files and armrests are suspended is covered with fabric or leather to accentuate its sophisticated character.

Wide legs, thick tops and a stocky look distinguish the Forte coffee tables from the Galta collection, designed by SCMP Design Office for Kann Design. They are available in round or rectangular versions and in three finishes: natural oak, black and green.

Designed by Giuseppe Bavuso for Zanette, the Morfeo bed is finished at the back so it can be placed anywhere in the room. The bedside tables are extensions of the base and can be fitted with integrated LED lights, while matching the double upholstered and reclining headboard covered in fabric or leather. Available in four sizes and in a storage version.

SowdenLight presents Shades, a series of lamps from the George Sowden studio with multiple configuration possibilities, thanks to the modularity of the silicone components, a fabulous material for diffusing light in bright colors, resistant and washable.

The Bon Ton suspension, by Studio Team Design for Bonaldo, revolves around a central axis formed by three metal blades. On this light object, the glass spheres are shades arranged irregularly to emphasize its dynamic nature. Available with a single sphere or in versions with three or six spheres that animate the figure of the lamp.

The design of the Wing sofa, by Marijana Radovic and Marco Bonelli for Visionnaire, is characterized by curved lines and ample shapes, suggesting a window shape. Wing is accompanied by a console for objects and drinks in iroko wood on a steel structure, enveloping the upholstered part and becoming an integral part of the configuration. It has two shelves: one is functional, supporting the seat cushion, while the other is decorative, embracing the sofa on three sides. The vertical metal braids become architectural volumes that give rhythm to the space.

Designed by Cristina Celestino for Pianca, the Calatea Green chair is a tribute to the planet and an affirmation of Pianca’s commitment to the environment. Upholstery in polyester ecofiber derived from recycled PET plastic mineral water bottles. Plywood shell and legs in solid ash, from certified forests whose exploitation is controlled to fight against deforestation. Upholstery fabric made with Open End cotton yarn from 100% recycled materials.

The CicloItalia lamp is transformed to become the inspiration for a new series called CicloItalia Flex. The floor, ceiling and wall models are enriched with a brass hose and a “joint” at the base of the lantern, two elements that allow the light to be directed in many directions.

The inspiration of the automotive world is clear in the Albatros stool, designed by Alessandro La Spada for Visionnaire. The powder-coated aluminum structure – in light gray satin – supports a seat with linear and aerodynamic shapes.

The Leiwen Accent, designed by Serhei Lvov for Levantin design, is a functional and elegant storage space. Its design embodies the solidity and naturalness of wooden surfaces. Their symmetry creates stability, with certain angles giving the deceptive illusion of levitation. The composition of the structural elements is folded in the manner of Chinese characters. The corrugated facade in accent sheet metal echoes this.

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Arabesk is the original armchair by Matrix International, here customized and covered with fabric with the elegant Tree of Life print by Simone Guidarelli Walldesign, also in the new sofa size, Arabesk Double, with an original mask shape. The armchair and the sofa represent the design complement that, thanks to the particular shape and the style rich in details, furnish spaces with style and functionality.

Contemporary and versatile, the Clack! folding chair, by José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales for Gandiablasco, is an elegant, light and durable travel companion thanks to its innovative design details and its powder-coated aluminum structure, available in many monochrome and two-tone versions. More than an outdoor chair, it is an essential piece of furniture in any indoor or outdoor space, private or contractual. Moreover, as it is foldable, easy to store and transport, it invites to create unique combinations and atmospheres, as elegant as they are changing.

Created by Bartoli Design for Bonaldo, Gocce is a suspension lamp system: the basic element consists of two drop-shaped Pyrex glass bubbles, one transparent on the outside and one satin on the inside. The glass bubbles are connected to a metal rod that supports them and contains an LED light source. Available in single version or in compositions with three or five lamps with ceiling rose.

Developed and produced by Limonta, for Luxury Living Group’s Bentley Home brand, the innovative and ethically sound Marm\More powdered marble fabric gracefully adorns the Wickham chair. The new fabric is available in a light gray version with a matte finish.

Available in two versions, Day and Night, the Moove collection, designed by Zanette, includes a plurality of equipped systems, with a transversal destination: the wall or floor elements can be freely combined between them according to the needs in living or night spaces. The alternation of empty spaces with shelves and parts closed by doors, as well as the finishes, make this family a dynamic and customizable furniture.

Made of Batyline fabric to guarantee lightness and resistance to humidity, sun and saltpetre, the Picnic hammock, by José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales for Gandiablasco, has an amalgam of more than ten shades, from the monochrome version in white to its most chic version in quartz gray, anthracite or bottle green.

The Woven Outdoor Lounge Sofa, a sofa by HKliving, invites you to extend your indoor living space to the outdoors with modernity and comfort. It stands out for the rigor of its lines, its essential and powerful minimalism and the harmonious balance between full and empty spaces that its outline manages to create.

In its simplicity and with its pure and rigorous geometric forms, the Jonas stool, designed by Gianfranco Frigerio, furnishes every environment and is coordinated with the complete collection with absolute elegance.

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