Indoor and outdoor furniture and ‘postcard’ materials relate to poetic and metaphysical works of Ramon Enrich, on view in Milan at the gallery of Antonia Jannone, in a subtle game of proportions and colors. Matching or contrasting

Sail Out modular outdoor sofa with teak structure and SoloSoff® padding, by Rodolfo Dordoni for Cassina. Terrazzo porcelain stoneware in beige, by Casalgrande Padana. On the wall, Ramon Enrich, ZEO, acrylic on canvas, and Can Bou, sculpture in painted iron. All the works are shown in the exhibition on the Catalan artist Ramon Enrich, open until 25 July at Antonia Jannone Disegni di Architettura, Milan.


Love sideboard in red lacquered wood, designed by Fabio Novembre for Driade, with three-dimensional letters that function for opening and feet in painted metal. Swing outdoor chair by Patrick Norguet for Ethimo, in teak and red coated aluminium, available with cushions in natural gray. In the background, by Ramon Enrich, Modi-3, acrylic on canvas.


Stulle, stool and bench in yellow coated metal with padded seat, designed by Archirivolto for Connubia, Calligaris group. Stella Polare from the ReThinking the Future collection, veneer in multilaminar wood by Tabu. Panama hammock designed by ps+a Palomba Serafini Associati for Talenti, with structure in yellow coated aluminium and seat in nautical rope. By Ramon Enrich, Arla, acrylic on canvas, and the Santa Candia sculpture in stone, ceramic and lime.


From left, Quadra chair in teak with circular section for legs and armrests, back with internal frame in gray aluminium, woven with blue cords, by Unopiù. Pink Rock Salt, from the Rock Salt Maximum collection, porcelain stoneware slab by Fiandre Architectural Surfaces. Thomas Outdoor by Antonio Citterio for Flexform, chair in iroko wood with semicircular back and waterproof seat. In the background, by Ramon Enrich, Ho-No, acrylic on canvas.


From top, Exes outdoor chair with X-shaped frame in black coated cast aluminium, armrests in teak, designed by Kris Van Puyvelde for Royal Botania. Crogiolo Scenario, tiles in white porcelain stoneware with ton-sur-ton, semi-matte and ultra-lux black brushstrokes, by Marazzi. Tia outdoor bench in black coated iron, covered in Cloister Gray leather, by Antonino Sciortino for Baxter. By Ramon Enrich, Blue.D, acrylic on canvas, and the Cono A ceramic sculpture.


Clamp Dye, cashmere blanket woven and dyed by hand, in the Mais color, by Hermès. Bovary sideboard in MDF covered in fiberglass with matte resin in the RX Nuance version with a geometric design, by Momenti. Kelly chair with enveloping lines, swivel base and independent armrests covered with wood-effect fabric, by Fendi Casa. In the background, Ramon Enrich, Noutex.


From top, Vignole tables by Parisotto + Formenton for Cimento, in two heights, with the nuanced hues in Cimento®, a compound based on mineral aggregates and a cementitious binder. Eden outdoor sofa by Rodolfo Dordoni for Roda, in teak with weather-resistant finish, back in coated stainless steel and padded tubing. Chimera porcelain stoneware, seen here in miniature, by Elena Salmistraro for Cedit, Ceramiche d’Italia, Florim. On the wall, by Ramon Enrich, CUAB.


BM1871 folding outdoor bench in solid natural teak, designed by Børge Mogensen in 1971 for Carl Hansen. Pink and Slate Mosaic Resin, rectified facing in white clay, by Ragno. Ficus, designed by Chiaramonte/Marin for Emu, in steel and expanded sheet metal, to which it is possible to add leaves, fruit and a lamp. On the wall, Ramon Enrich, Vao and Nap, acrylic on canvas.


Photos Paolo Riolzi