By Katrin Cosseta

Multicolored and polymateric inlays, 3d illusions, optical graphics, patchwork facings, explosions of color.

The kaleidoscopic energy of design

Noto by Giulio Iacchetti for internoitaliano, cabinet in painted MDF. Four parts that open and close like a box. Made by Galimberti & C.   Causeway by Pedro Sousa, cabinet with solid wood structure, volume covered with veneer of different types of wood, in a 3D pattern. Limited edition made by Pedro Sousa Studio.  
Triangles by Bertjan Pot for Golran, collection of 4 models of kilim carpets in different color variants, with patterns based on the geometric motif of the triangle.   Quadro by Alessio Bassan for Capodopera, hanging cabinet with lacquer fronts enhanced by 3D Scacco texture.
Dear Disaster, designed and produced by Jenny Ekdahl, beech cabinet with doors covered with over 2000 mobile wooden ‘scales’ painted on one side to create personalized patterns.   Windbench, from the Windworks collection designed and produced by Merel Karhof, made in Holland using wind-powered machinery to cut the wood, and to dye, spin and weave the fabric covering.
Patchwork Table by Arik Levy for Established&Sons, with top painted in different colors.   Ottoway by Missoni Home, hassock covered in polyester, acetate and silk fabric.
Wing by Bolon Studio, collection of vinyl floors based on 5 different modules for the creation of geometric patterns, combining different lines by the company.   Stargate absolute black, from the Natura Collection by Antolini. Decoration on stone material available in sheets measuring 130 cm in height with length varying according to the block, thickness 2 or 3 cm.
Infinity by Meneghello Paolelli for Horm, cabinet composed of square modules with lacquered structure, doors veneered in stained beech. The doors are covered with three decorative elements in painted laminate, applied with magnets, to permit creation of different graphic motifs.   Ink by Emilio Nanni for Zanotta, tables with legs in painted steel, top with finish in decorated fabric printed with a digital technique and covered with resin.
Logenze by Patricia Urquiola for Ruckstuhl, carpet made with the Soumak technique (a traditional wrapped weave from the Caucasus) with 3D surface effect. Available in three colors.   Slide by Alessandro Dubini for I4Mariani, cupboard with alternating bands of teak, zebra and louro preto wood, on bronze-plated steel base.
Seneca by Ferruccio Laviani for Emmemobili, cabinet with three types of openings (frontal, lateral, upper), mosaic finish with 10 different types of wood, truncated pyramic base in burnished brass.   Aziza by Romeo Sozzi for Promemoria, chair covered in velvet, printed on the back with a cube motif with 3D illusion.
Booleanos by Joel Escalona for Nono, cabinet in MDF. The different wood finishes create an effect of transparency and deconstruction.   Build Rug by Jacob+MacFarlane for Chevalier Editions, handmade wool carpet composed of irregular parts assembled in a sort of evolving architecture.
Fishbone Tables by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, tables with circular, square or rectangular top in Alicrite, with shiny finish for a polymateric inlay effect.   K2 by Alessandro Mendini, reinterpretation for A Lot Of of the Kandissi sofa designed in 1979, revised in terms of proportions and materials, including lacquered MDF and recycled polyurethane.
Victor by Luigi Gorgoni for Roche Bobois, credenza with painted wooden feet, door fronts in two-tone Daquacryl.   From the Multiverse collection by Karim Rashid for Glamora, Mirage wallpaper available in four color variations.
From the Re-imagined Chairs project by Nina Tolstrup for 19 Greek Street, Tall Chair and Original Chair, respectively covered with Annabelle Satin and Molly Check fabrics by Marc Jacobs. Limited editions.
Earthquake 5.9 by Patricia Urquiola for Budri. Installation with artistic inlays and a collection of furniture and complements made with fragments of marble and semi-precious stones salvaged after the earthquake in Emilia in 2012, which damaged the materials archive of the company from Mirandola. The table has a top with geometric designs in multicolored marble and resin.