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  • Twils Lounge - A complete system defined by the sleek design of the armrests and ultra-slender backrest. Designed by Studio Viganò, Graffiti opens the door to myriad composition ideas thanks to the option to combine central and end pieces, pouffes and chaise longues.
  • More - The new brand from Provasi strikes the perfect balance between past and present, channelling its artisanal expertise into a collection of contemporary elegance. The Kensington sofa, designed by Gabriele Provasi, with its soft, clean shaping and Canaletto walnut structure, is the perfect example of that.
  • Cattelan Italia - Sablier is the new ceiling/bedside lamp from Oriana Favaretto. The defining feature is the lampshade in transparent or frosted-rainbow hybrid crystal, with the hourglass shape a reference to time. There is lightness too, thanks to the ultra-sleek, almost visible steel threads that support the crystal in the ceiling version.
  • Smania - The bespoke Caesar Train headboard immediately catches the eye. Geometric lines add structure to the soft padding, which - contained by a shiny metal frame - provides the perfect setting for moments of pleasant relaxation.
  • Fendi Casa
  • Porada - Gabriele and Oscar Buratti experimented with geometry to design Thayl, a round table with extraordinary aesthetic lightness despite the fact that it is made from materials such as Canaletto walnut for the structure, marble for the top and bronze-plated metal for the base. The table is available in different sizes (160, 200 or 250cm) and in an oval version.
  • Minotti Collezioni - Classic in its craftsmanship and sophistication yet modern in its lightness and aesthetics. The soft, linear design of the Giannutri sofa is taken to the next level by the capitonné padding of the backrest.
  • Officine Gullo - Showroom: Spiridonovka Ulitsa 24/1, Moscow - The brand has opened a brand-new 100 square metre mono-brand showroom in Patriarshiye Prudy, one of the most luxurious residential areas in Moscow. There are a range of kitchen ideas on show, including the ultra-elegant Sforza Palace, the OG168 cooking island and the Medici Palace with dome cooker hood and integrated fridge. Also on display are a variety of hobs, domestic ovens, accessories and much more besides. The space aims to become a point of reference for resellers and designers in the local area.
  • Ethimo - The Esedra collection by Luca Nichetto is all about the fusion of aluminium, teak and synthetic fibre, made possible using special technology that recreates that artisanal feel and the warmth so typical of natural fibre. The collection features the Esedra Chair, Lounge Chair and Sofa, in addition to a range of tables and coffee tables.
  • Opera Contemporary - The brand has gone for a simple design in its new collection, with new shaping, colours and materials making for a living range bursting with modernity and elegance. Among the new products is the Callas armchair in solid wood, made and finished entirely by hand.
  • Visionnaire - Clean lines and bold shaping come together to create the Opera round table, while ridged detailing embellishes the wood of the cylindrical base. This in turn is divided up into three separate segments, with vertical metal elements emphasising the design.
  • Cesar - Maxima 2.2 features a versatile, creative design which can be customised with over 80 different finishes. The opening systems are topped off with curved doors. The design is hi-tech and architectural in the version with aluminium profile, becoming more material in the wooden version with curved doors. Shown here with silk-effect lacquered titanium base, top in Dekton Kelya and snack bar in heat-treated oak.
  • Tonin Casa - A bold graphic element defines the Status table, whose unique interlinked base is available in a range of various that showcase colour and materials. The base can be combined with a similar variety of tops, which differ in shape, material and detailing.
  • Annibale Colombo - Soft, arched lines are the central feature of this new living room piece from the brand. Drawing inspiration from Art Deco, this sideboard uses zebrawood, with its unmistakable veining, to accentuate the originality of its shaping.
  • Agresti - Luxury, technology and safety in one place. The new Stanza Blindata, an exclusive product whose materials and dimensions can be customised, guarantees protection and isolation without compromising on luxury, practicality and protection for precious objects and valuables. A simple button activates the "Panic Room" function, cutting the room off from the rest of the house.
  • Lualdi - Thanks to the Edge wood panelling, Marco Piva transforms the practical concept of the door into a sophisticated architectural extension with a decorative, innovative feel. The characteristic cut of the panels add volume to a traditionally two-dimensional surface, bringing an element of light and shade to the space.
  • Calligaris - Fifties is inspired by the chairs of the 1950s, using a sleek structure combining brass-plated or black metal with classic velvet, leather or Vintage, a faux leather with a silky, soft touch. All materials are available in a number of warm shades. Design Busetti Garuti Redaelli.
  • Giorgio Collection - Front and centre of the new Vision collection, designed by Giorgio Soressi, are its soft furniture creations. The stand-out piece is the modular Origami sofa, which combines large, comfortable sections characterised by soft cushions and broad armrests.
  • Richard Ginori - The colours and beauty of nature are embodied in the Perroquets collection, inspired by the botanical tables found in the 18th-century manuscripts stored in the historic archive of the Manifattura Richard Ginori. The decorations are made from film, china pen and silk, elements which - when combined - create the colours of the parrots.
  • Trussardi Casa
  • Scavolini - A strong name that conveys the very nature of this new project. Carattere - Character - is a fusion of elegance and design, packed with international appeal. The frame is the style highlight of this collection and comes in two versions: one is more traditional, with a new painted handle on the door, while the other sees the handle integrated into the door. This new design element somehow amplifies the whole essence of the model. A highly modular, customisable design solution.
  • Bazzi Interior Decoration
  • Flou - Designed by Carlo Colombo, the padding and softness of the Amal double bed are highlighted by eye-catching detailing, such as the metal profiling that holds the headboard upholstery in place at the sides. The floor lamp by the same name provides the perfect foil the bed, with a steel structure featuring the same finishes as the bed: shiny gold, matte burnished metal and shiny black nickel.
  • Jumbo Collection
  • Gianfranco Ferré Home

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11 OTT 2017
From Milan to Moscow through creativity. This is the motto of the new edition of iSaloni WorldWide Moscow, which unfolds in a general context of great buzz and renewed energy for the city

Milan.Moscow.Design - #artofcreation" is the tag-line of the new press campaign of iSaloni WorldWide Moscow in the occasion of its 2017 edition, on stage from October 11 - 14 at Crocus Expo 2. A descriptive tag-line portraying the innovative capacity of Milan and its Salone, which finds perfect representation also in the Moscow city, which in recent years has constantly appreciated its creativity and its manufacturing value. Over 260 companies of the design, classical and luxury sector take part at the event, with renewed energy after the first signs of economic recovery (in 2016 Italy was the second furniture supplier and in the first quarter of 2017 furniture and lighting exports destined for Russia revealed a positive result for Italy, + 2.8% - according to FederlegnoArredo). The moment is therefore ideal to see firsthand the proposals specially made and presented in the market, enjoying a general context of great buzz in the city, from an architectural and urban point of view, between Green projects and major constructions in view of the World Cup 2018.

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