An installation that pays tribute to the best contemporary Italian interior designers with the display of innovative and avant-garde products: these are the novelties for the fuorisalone from Dome Milano Interior
On the occasion of the 2019 Fuorisalone, Dome Milano Interior will show the public the best of contemporary Italian interior design, proposing new combinations rich in creative ideas.
The installation is curated by the architect Rachele Pellegatta who, playing on the shades of saffron, creates a suggestive nylon frame to host the most innovative products of this season.
In fact, nylon is the protagonist of the entire exhibition, also appearing as one of the covering materials chosen for some Arflex products.
The design atelier is divided into different living areas within which the design products find their natural location, recreating the domestic spaces.
The common threads among the four living rooms proposed are the bouclé-effect coverings that blend with the fabric of the walls, creating a suggestive effect of continuity.
The stand-out products of the various spaces created are the new armchairs by the contemporary interior designer Claesson Koivisto Rune, positioned next to their great masterpieces: Hug, Hug Love Seat, and the Tablet table.
Making these products even more evocative is their combination with selected lamps from B.Lux, Anvil System and R2 Oak. The lighting fixtures of this innovative brand indeed manage to give a unique atmosphere to each room, enhancing it with essential and refined designer lighting.
The central installation offers a living area composed of a large corner sofa designed by Fabrizio Ballardini, placed next to Island coffee table and two Gloria armchairs. Starting from this living room solution, through the partition of the Alba library, we move on to the more secluded sleeping area composed of the Sigmund desk and Porro's background storage system: a modular composition both open and closed. The latter is embellished by the same nylon covering on the kitchen area walls.
The protagonist of one of the four proposed living areas is the Cradle sofa by Neri & Hu, presented, together with two armchairs, in a living room setting that recreates an intimate environment dedicated to family conviviality.
To complete the furnishing of the lounges are some great Arflex classics such as the Marenco sofa and the Botolo armchair by Cini Boeri: historical pieces that, alongside contemporary products, give the entire set an elegant and refined allure.
To complement these masterpieces of contemporary Italian interior design we find two kitchens signed by Arclinea: Principia and Italia by Antonio Citterio, two professional kitchens, prestigiously integrated into the living area to which they are the background.
The kitchen area is also illuminated with B.Lux ceiling lamps, such as the C_Ball System: small illuminated spheres that give the room a minimal and post-modern touch.