Salone del Mobile it’s over, now is the time to concentrate on ICFF, at the wonderful city of New York, between 18-21 May 2013. As we talk about an event with global projection, it will present the most respectable designers, architects, decorators and other areas that gravitate around these.
One of the names, which will appear in the desired list, is Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, who created a family of chairs influenced by Italian brand Moroso. The Hood armchair, seats designed to involve partially own seat, as the cover garment.
Hold your breath and watch very closely the video.
The chairs are composed of a tubular metal frame with a polyester fiber shell enclosing a cushioned seat generously with a contrasting color. The collection is available in a variety of colors and was presented at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan last April.
Patricia Urquiola presented two more chairs for Moroso in Milan this year, including one with a backrest wrapped in racing, and a collection of chairs with backrests and seats made of corrugated felt hard.
An influential person to another influencer undoubtedly a time prolific-contemporary. Nendo is present everywhere. Name any collaboration involving furniture for large architectural installations, the Japanese studio, led by the celebrated designer / architect Oki Sato, is certainly present.
After a presence in Milan last year, Nendo came back again this year with another fruitful display across multiple platforms.
Standing next to his latest design for Kartell must have caused visual dazzle. In addition, Mr. Sato will be at the show to meet with press and discuss his work with Caesarstone.See the piece is the final showing in its booth # 2212.
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