photos Paolo Veclani
Hollywood meets Made in Italy.
Indoor (and outdoor) scenes of American films feature typically italian furnishings
The Chandigarh 2-seat divan, with seat in moulded foam covered in fabric and a painted iron struct ure, is a tribute to the Indian city Chandigarh by Doshi & Levien for Moroso. Acc iaio Lounge, a surprisingly sturdy and light chair made with the metal tubing traditionally used for bicycles. The seat is a sandwich of perforated leather and aluminium. Design Max Lipsey for the Next project of Cappellini. St ripe-Tease table in white painted aluminium by Meritalia. Industrielle bookcase in white painted perforated sheet metal with decorative handles in Nabuck Green leather. By Paola Navone for Baxter. Popsi lounge chair with base composed of a metal spiderweb of rods that supports the large cowhide seat. Design Ferruccio Laviani for Lema. Vintage hand-knott ed woolen carpet from the Decolorized collect ion by Golran. On the wall, project ion of the film Diamonds are Forever by David Black. The screenings were done with the k750 project or by Ac er. Thanks to Garage Milano for the hospitality.
Centina, an oak totem based on load-bearing architectural structures in reinforced concrete. Designed and produced by Oeuffice. Cone, decoration in maple and oak by Ferm Living, from Fritz Hansen. Elementi, sculpture made with colored wooden cylinders, designed by Studiopepe for Fritz Hansen. Bolero table with slender, light lines in wenge-stained ash, with inlay work and constant variation of horizontal and vertical grain. Design Roberto Lazzeroni for Poltrona Frau. Container table lamp entirely in ceramic, made with just two pieces held together by a band of colored silicone. By Benjamin Hubert for Ligne Roset, from Spazio Pontaccio. Malmö chair with black stained ash frame and chassis in plywood, covered in fabric. Designed by Michele Cazzaniga, Simone Mandelli and Antonio Pagliarulo for Pedrali. Plissé maxi-folder for files in cardboard and paper, by Hay for Fritz Hansen. On the wall, projection of the film The Seven Year Itch by Billy Wilder.
Verso Shelves, ladder/bookcase in wood with painted metal shelves, designed by Mikko Halonen for One Nordic. Elmetto, with the classic form of a military helmet, table lamp for direct and indirect lighting. Moulded resin structure. From Martinelli Luce. Tadao bed in the very new Epoque version with wooden slats, gray scratchproof finish, structure in steel tubing. Designed by Vico Magistretti in 1993 for Flou. Cotton sheets by Flou. Element Small table, a sculptural piece in steel and aluminium based on the formation of natural crystals. By Tokujin Yoshioka for Desalto. Melampo Notte – black, bedside lamp with painted zama base, aluminium stem and silk satin shade. Design Adrien Gardère for Artemide. Ziggurat Container, Stripes Edition, forms a graphic tower based on Middle Eastern decorations, in a system of four stackable boxes. Designed and produced by Oeuffice. Topkapj Lapis, carpet from the Memories collection in silk and bamboo fiber, designed by Isabella Sodi for Golran. On the wall, projection of the film 1408 by Mikael Håfström.
Radian table in glazed ceramic, designed by Cédric Ragot for Roche Bobois. Bank bench in fluo yellow painted wood, designed and produced by Marc Supply & Anneli Lahtua of Studio Labt. Lune d’Argent graphic chair with structure in steel sheet and wire. Designed by Pascal Mourgue for Fermob. Cup vase in polyethylene, 100% recyclable, designed by Naoto Fukasawa for the 1825 collection by Serralunga. Harmony total white chair with painted steel structure, chassis veneered with 3D technique in matte lacquered oak. Designed by Rodrigo Torres for Poliform. On the wall, projection of the film Reality Bites by Ben Stiller.