Framed by a suggestive and eclectic pattern of colourful moths, Dome Milano Interior’s display for the Milan Design Week will feature products by Arclinea, Arflex, B.Lux, aLUZejos and Porro.
Playful, geometrically-placed moths give life to an eccentric pattern that openly recalls the artistry of Damien Hirst. These are the features of the fabric designed to cover furniture and walls that will serve as the background to our showroom. The arrangement will form boiseries of significant aesthetic impact.
During the 2018 Milan Design Week, the Dome Milano Interior showroom will offer exquisite interior design inspiration by presenting the new projects by Arclinea, Arflex, B.Lux, aLUZejos and Porro.
On the 18th April Arflex will organise a cocktail party to celebrate the past and the future of the company. The display will feature many Arflex designs, including the Strips sofa, designed by Cini Boeri in 1968 and now celebrating its 50-year anniversary, and the Cradle living room set, composed of a sofa, armchairs and a coffee table. The design of the latter plays with triangular shapes and contrasting materials, offering a new concept of relax.
Arclinea will also exhibit two new kitchen designs: Principia and Italia by Antonio Citterio. Large furnished walls characterise the Principia model, in which the coarse coating of the wood is beautifully paired with the rigid geometry of the steel. In fact, Arclinea has concentrated its efforts on the development of steel, which is processed using PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition), an innovative technology that allows the metal to have different shades. The Italia model has been designed to bring the essence of a professional kitchen into our homes. The finishes are also in steel, which is chosen for its durability, resistance and hygiene. The large worktops made in Carrara marble and the built-in handles - an Arclinea patent - perfectly combine the efficiency of a professional kitchen space with the brand’s interior design philosophy.
The showroom’s lighting design will be provided by the Basque firm B.Lux: their solutions will contribute to the elegant look of the display. The designs by aLUZejos will also be present. Designed by Silvia Massa Studio, traditional shiny tiles (Az-zulaiy means shiny stone in arabic) and clear tiles (that allow the light to shine through) find a new place in the field of lighting design in an innovative and contemporary arrangement. Porro’s projects will complete the display, featuring, in particular, the Load-it bookcase. The bookcase is characterised by wax-finished steel shelves, that give a touch of modernity to your home. Porro will also display a variety of storage solutions through its modular wardrobe designs.
Discover with us the best of Milan Design Week 2018 and experience the magnificent visual impact of high-quality design.