We do know, it is summer and you just want to relax but have a look at these photos of the best seen at the International Furniture Fair in Milan 2015, the famous I Saloni Milano and Milan Design Week, with products more or less suitable that fills up all showrooms of Lombardy´s capital.
Why should you do that? Zaha Hadid, Nendo, Foscarini, Kartell and the new talents to arrive.
By the way, let us share with you as a gift this legendary song from the Britpop 90s, laconic and with an in crescendo ending that you´ll probably recognize.
Bona sera, amichi !
Hypetex’s Halo chair, made of carbon fibre. So light that you can pick it up with one hand
Anastasiya Koshcheeva has produced a series of furniture pieces and accessories made from bark harvested from birch trees
Berlin-based designer Uli Budde’s new ‘Hazy Day’ lamp graced the stand of Spanish lighting brand Marset
’Chapel’ lights with a black spun dome and stained glass window diffusers
Kartell revived the spirit of the late Ettore Sottsass with a bright display of original styles
Japanese designer Oki Sato of Nendo has teamed up with Glasitalia
Luca Nichetto has joined forces with Japanese design studio Nendo to create a new lamp concept for Italian lighting giants Foscarini
Zaha Hadid created the ‘chevron’ door handle for Olivari
Milan-based architect Michele de Lucchi designs the 298 chair – a foldable wooden director’s chair- for Cassina
Italian brand Cole made their Design Junction debut with their sophisticated take on traditional styles, including Bauhaus and Scandinavian-inspired designs
Slamp’s cloud-light lamps by Adriano Rachele radiate iridescent reflections in a rather modern yet decidedly romantic way
Bassam Fellow’s new Asymmetric couch, Horizon series wall sculpture & table sculpture by Morgan Shimeld
Gufram colorful creations at i Saloni Milan 2015