Rug Invaders, carpets in cotton and Himalayan wool, knotted by hand: Palmette Lazer Cannon, pink and lilac, and Kazak Space Shifter, by CC-Tapis. Luminarie, fumé arch mirror with engravings to depict the impressive luminous architectures of towns in Puglia, designed by Marcel Wanders for Natuzzi. On the floor, the White Snow plates by Antonia Astori in porcelain with Luminarie pattern by Analogia Project for Driade.
Il Viaggio di Nettuno, collection of porcelain plates decorated by hand with precious metals and designs by the London-based artist Luke Edward Hall for Richard Ginori: left, Pink square caddie with multicolored plaid jacket from Kalia, silk trousers by Odeeh, on sale at Imarika; right, Sea Blue plate with floral dress by Kalia, sold at Imarika.
From left, Idea lamp by Marcantonio for Slamp, with bulb suspended on the structure in brushed brass. Markerad limited-edition collection by Virgil Abloh for Ikea: “Sculpture” bag in polyester-reinforced paper, and backlit Mona Lisa with rechargeable LED lamp. Photographed in the Non Linear Spatial Normalizations luminous installation by Ricardo Carioba at FuturDome, Milan.
Monster Family wallpaper printed on gold background by Tal Lancman and Maurizio Galante for Pierre Frey, inspired by the Japanese Kaiju monsters of the TV series Ultraman, 1960s. Gu Chair in high-density polyurethane with organic lines, designed by Ma Yansong, founder of MAD Architects, for Sawaya & Moroni.
From left, the Guframini collection with the icons Cactus and Pratone miniaturized on a scale of 1:8, Gufram. Flati stand by Jaime Hayon, in blue blown glass and white steel, from Paola C. Center, Lucia and Lucius, candleholders in sand-color matte ceramic, designed by the Finnish-Korean duo Company for Artek. In the background, the Skil wallpaper by Serena Confalonieri from the Contemporary Wallpaper Collection by Wall&decò.
Remind Pixel chairs by Eugeni Quitllet for Pedrali, in injection-molded polypropylene, with perforated seat and back. The back can be personalized with the insertion of small colored pixels. The Roy limited edition carpet designed by Emtivi Studio for Illulian, made by hand in Himalayan wool, pure silk and vegetable dyes, reinvents an Art Deco motif in a pop version. On the wall, multicolored Tiger Leaf wallpaper with tiger motif on black background, Gucci Décor.
Bangle marble vases designed by Cristina Celestino for Budri: when stacked, they become small works of architecture with different colors and textures, using veined marble like Rain Forest Green, Rosso Barocco and Azul Macaubas, or solid tones like Giallo Noce or Nero Assoluto. The stimulus comes from vintage costume jewelry bracelets in Bakelite, an artificial resin from the early years of the 20th century.
Photo by Paolo Riolzi