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iSaloni 2019 has finally landed! The Italian tradeshow is about to bring to the big stage some of the most astonishing brands of interior design. The Milan Design Week is the main focus of this month of April!
From April 9th until the 14th , in Pav.3 H32-34, BRABBU will delight all the design lovers with the most sophisticated and high-end products proving once again why is it on the front row when it comes to quality, materials and glamour.
The first product we’ll delight you with is the Huli Mirror. The mirror is inspired by a tribe from Papua New Guinea known for painting their faces yellow, red and white to impress the enemy. This high end mirror is made of matte casted brass. More than a wall mirror, it is a decorative item that will spice any wall. On the right you can find CYRUS Wall Light: Cyrus was the brave Persian king who conquered Babylonia. This product was inspired by the freedom and the vast culture of the Persian civilization. Made of gold plated brass, this exquisite wall lamp casts a soft golden glow, giving a twist to any modern interior design.
Sika is a deer specimen rooted in Japan whose strength and elegance inspired SIKA Wingback Chair. The most distinctive features of this wing chair are the button detailing in the inner back, the nailhead trim and the brass details of the arms. That’s why SIKA high-back chair fits a strong living room set. With origins in France, the House of Bourbon was a dynasty known for its class and luxury. BOURBON Dining Chair embodies this opulence through its button-tufted inner back, rich cotton velvet and ash with walnut stain legs. This fabric chair makes up any refined dining room design.
The allure of Mexico’s Giant Crystal Cave was the inspiration for NAICCA Pendant Light, a single pendant that represents the legend of crystal origins. The aged brushed brass structure and the Quartz crystal diffuser merge together to brighten any home decor, filling the room with a strong yet peaceful atmosphere.
The Apache is a Native American tribe, the first to inhabit the wild areas of Colorado. With a base in white marble, matte walnut veneer and polished brass and an abat-jour in white satin fabric, APACHE Table Light was intended to recall the beauty of Colorado’s landscapes. This table lamp adds a twist to any décor.
The allure of Mexico’s Giant Crystal Cave was the inspiration for NAICCA Chandelier, a round chandelier that represents the legend of crystal origins. The aged brushed brass structure and the Quartz crystal diffuser merge together to brighten any home decor, filling the room with a strong yet peaceful atmosphere.
As a playful animal, but also an extremely smart one – with the ability to contruct dams in rivers, for their own protection as well as to catch their preys – the otter has a strong sense of adaptation. This is good enough reason for this animal to serve as an inspiration for this collection – a collection that can be placed in both a modern living room as well as in a more informal environment like a home cinema area. It is composed by the OTTER Ottoman, the OTTER Sofa and the OTTER Single Sofa. These three products are fully upholstered in cotton velvet, with a base in aged brass and Matte finish.
In the office, our designer’s passion for the worldwide cultures aroused the desire to create DAKOTA Single Sofa, named after an indigenous tribe of Amazon. Upholstered in soft cotton velvet and with a base in matte aged brass, this velvet sofa will add a dash of luxury to any décor. What would be an office without a desk? Baraka is an ancient Sufi word that means ”a blessing – as the breath -, or essence of life” from which the evolutionary process unfolds. Charismatic by its never-ending contrasts between ancient and contemporary lines, BARAKA Desk main body is made in matte walnut root veneer and covered with nature-inspired brass detail. Its base is made in matte vintage brass, and the interior of the drawers covered in bird’s eye wood veneer.
Dolmens are ancient stone monuments from the neolithic period. These unique structures were the inspiration behind ARDARA Console Table. With a finish in gold leaf with a gloss varnish, this modern console table will give a unique twist to any interior design. Here you can also find Agra Dining Table. It is inspired by the Taj Mahal, also known as the marble mausoleum. Just like it, AGRA Dining Table is an impressive display of craftsmanship and elegance. Made of Estremoz marble with polished gold details, this round dining table will add refined grace.
KOI carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes. Its natural colour mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like the KOI bathtub and the KOI freestand. In both cases, the KOI scales that compose the panels oshine and reflect on its brass surface the sun caught throughout the clear water.
In the living room, we can find the Fitzroy Sofa , inspired in Mount Fitz Roy, a mountain in Patagonia, whose name is a tribute to Robert FitzRoy, the captain of the ship that transported Charles Darwin in his travel around the world. This curved sofa, with its back inspired in the outstanding mountain shape, is fully upholstered in cotton velvet and the base is in matte casted brass. At the center, the SEQUOIA Center Table: inspired by one of the largest and tallest trees in the world that grows in California. The distinct walnut root veneer top shows the passage of years and the base in brass with aged patina adds a refined touch. This coffee table proves the beauty of the action of time.
Shaka Zulu was one of the most influential monarchs of the Zulu Kingdom, building an empire from an ethnic group with little territorial expression. SHAKA Wall Light honours his figure in a unique piece composed by hammered brushed aged brass. It is the sconce that will create an imposing yet perfectly balanced golden light in your modern home decor.
Also in the office we can find the CAYO Armchair: an elegant and luxurious dining chair has is name after the Tunisian Cayo Island, a nature wonder with beautiful landscapes and an impressive green sea. On the left, the LANKA Bookcase: inspired in a traditional method practiced in Sri Lanka, the stilt fishing, now disappearing. The vertical poles embedded into the sea floor are the main reference for the structure of LANKA: in matte black lacquer, it supports the main body covered in matte palisander wood veneer, and with matte brass details. This bookshelf is an elegant choice for any room in a residential or hotel project.
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