The color trend takes its cue from the desert: the American landscapes of the Grand Canyon and Nevada form the backdrop for furnishings in carved walnut, fabrics in camel tones, and brick red lacquer

The American landscapes of the Grand Canyon and Nevada form the backdrop for the new furnishings, while the carpets create backdrops, in a play of colors, overlaps and graphic references. Matter and color are the protagonists: from the wooden stools worked according to the traditional carving technique, to the bookcases with elements in lava stone, to the Abonos ™ woods, recovered from the river beds of the Balkan peninsula to the brick red lacquers.

From left, the Grandma armchair with armrests in solid walnut, seat and back covered in Yosemite geometric jacquard fabric, from the Terre collection by Missoni Home. Used as a tapestry, the Mrs Robinson hand-tufted viscose carpet by Laura Pozzi Studio for Besana Carpet Lab. Oasi table with curved metal base in the bronze patina finish, top in smoked glass, by Maurizio Manzoni for Cantori. Rea stool in black coated steel, seat and back in natural full-grain cowhide, designed by Paolo Tilche in 1956, seen here in the new high stool version, by De Padova. Stack cabinet in canaletto walnut with structure in sheet metal, designed by Giacomo Moor for Desalto.

From left, Scandia chair in painted wood, designed by Busetti Garuti Redaelli for Calligaris. Piano, a sculptural table in the new rectangular version with rounded corners, in wood with a chocolate-walnut finish, by Nava + Arosio for Rubelli Casa. Taba multifunctional upholstered furniture system, with organic forms: in the image, the armchair and ottoman designed by Alfredo Häberli for Moroso. Amiral mirror in ash with panels and accessories covered in leather and metal inserts, designed by Leonardo Dainelli for Giorgetti. As a backdrop, the Mimic carpet from the Mindscape collection in Himalayan wool, silk and linen, by Mae Engelgeer for cc-tapis.

From left, Octave modular sofa in rigorous forms, with die-cast steel blade feet and cowhide connection trays for small objects, by Vincent Van Duysen for Molteni&C. Like a tapestry, the Ritagli hand-knotted carpet made with bamboo silk and New Zealand wool, by Elisa Ossino for Amini. Karst bookcase with metal structure, in a dark bronze embossed finish, and parts in volcanic stone, designed by CTRLZAK + Debonademeo for JCP Universe, Jumbo Group. Stonehenge stool in black-stained maple, carved with a traditional Bosnian technique, designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba for Zanat. Gatsby armchair with metal base and goosedown filler, by Antonio Citterio for Flexform.

From left, Sesann sofa with soft, welcoming forms, a reissue of a historic project by Gianfranco Frattini, seen here with textile covering, by Tacchini. Storet from the Remasters collection, a chest of drawers in dark walnut, with drawers lacquered in glossy brick red; reissue of a piece byNanda Vigo for Acerbis. Matis modular sofa system with different depths, in capitonné leather, designed by Piero Lissoni for Knoll. EO04 table from the Abstract Landscape collection, made entirely by hand with Abonos™, a type of wood salvaged from riverbeds on the Balkan Peninsula, a unique edition by Elisa Ossino Studio. As a backdrop, Tremplin from the Cordélie collection, wa hand-embroidered carpet created by Gianpaolo Pagni for Hermès.

Digital image processing Paolo Riolzi and Anna Arzuffi