Ciao from Milano, it’s Anastasia here again with alluring finds from the Salone del Mobile for you. I must confess, when Gudy asked me to share 5 Top Finds from the Salone each day, I thought five finds were enough. Turns out, there is no number to fit all of the mind-blowing inspiring finds that I spot here on a daily basis! Truth is, I would love to share almost a million inspiring exhibitions and details with you when I am not as lost for words and have digested this massive wave of inspiration. In the meantime I would love to share some more astonishing details with you, stay tuned for more …
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AUTHOR: Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen
TITLE: Starting all over again
SEEN AT: Mindcraft
In my summary of Day 3 I have already mentioned that details from Art Nouveau are being picked up and utilized in a beautiful contemporary way. This is only one of the examples like botanical ornaments can be translated into interiors. I am swooning over those tiles by Bosa.
TITLE: Tiles at Bosa
SEEN AT: Fairground HALL 16 – STAND E 39
Without a doubt, there is no Salone without Studio Pepe. I spotted these shining pieces from their collaboration with Gallotti & Radice.
AUTHOR: Studio Pepe
TITLE: Brass installations
SEEN AT: Gallotti & Radice Fairground Hall 5 Stand C12
The use of complementary colors like green and red never looses it’s appeal, like here at Wittmann.
TITLE: Booth design at Wittmann
SEEN AT: Salone del Mobile, Hall 5, Booth CO5
Sometimes the light can be challenging at furniture fairs and sometimes it creates truly beautiful shadows. These reflections of light and shadows of palm trees created a ‚Californian‘ light sculpture on the ceiling at Fritz Hansen Showroom. Most probably not intended, but a piece of art on it’s own.
TITLE: I call it Californian dreaming
SEEN AT: Fritz Hansen , Brera District
I can’t wait of for another and last sunny day here in Milan. Happy Design Week!