From New York to Pantelleria, from Finland to Mongolia: this is a journey that sweeps the world from corner to corner. Yes, because among them trend 2022 that characterizescontemporary life there is also the one who draws inspiration from places: from cities, regions, countries and more. In a round of news (recently presented at this year’s Salone del Mobile) and reissues, returning from the seventies and eighties to homes in updated editions honoring the creative pencils of the creative sector, are designed inspired by the planet’s most diverse territories becomes trend. Transferring the typical aesthetic taste of a territory between the walls of the house means paying attention to the landscapes, creating a relationship between life and travel, finding – even in the domestic horizon – a reason to look beyond difficult mountain ranges. Yes, we take a poetic license to say that this year’s catalogs are full of elements that refer to naturalistic and urban spaces: in short, they trace the shapes of the places that are outside private doors. All this, in the intimate dimension of relaxation and rest, reminds us how much the house can be the most multifaceted space in the world.
Puf Land by Marcantonio for Natuzzi
“The name comes from the fact that it is a pouf inspired by the earth and for the earth,” he said Marcantonio. “Land it stands on the floor, simply in contact with the ground, without structures. With its armrests, it is reminiscent of an embrace of our planet and of the real reasons for defending it. “The soft seat, created for Natuzzi, was born in Puglia and arrives at homes all over the world to pay homage to the Mediterranean. It’s an upholstery with a fluid identity, one statement piece which represents the synthesis of the new Natuzzi design philosophy inaugurated with the project Second Life and which is based on the need to rethink the furniture world with greater awareness, taking into account the materials, the process, the context. Landstriving for a zero impact on the environment, exhibits a volume of rounded shapes, lines full of rounded shapes and softness that evokes the aesthetics of an olive on the red soil of the Apulian landscapes.
Couch Sunset in New York by Gaetano Pesce for Cassina
Sunset in New Yorkthe sofa designed by Gaetano Pesce to Cassinacelebrating it skyline of the Big Apple by drawing the facades of skyscrapers on silhouette soft seat. In contrast, the sun, covered in a bright red satin, goes down the middle between the back buildings. This statuette piece of furniture, a tribute to modern architecture, was born in 1980 and is back on the market today, as a reissue of an icon presented in a larger version than the archive model. It is thus possible for three people to sit on the skyscrapers in America. To guarantee the authenticity of this limited edition of 50 pieces, each sofa has a satin steel plate with the Cassina logo, the project name, the serial number and the name and signature of the artist Gaetano Pesce. Like all new Cassina products, Sunset in New York uses circular materials developed thanks to the work of Cassina LAB.
Collection Landscapes by Nathalie Du Pasquier for Mutina
The imaginative, beautiful, artistic pencil of Nathalie Du Pasquier defines and characterizes a branded collection Mutina, which must not be missing in our selection. Because Landscapes – here’s its title – offers a range of items designed for home decor. 9 pieces in total, including vases and ornaments, create a homely panorama with a unique character and an artistic soul. The collection does not refer to a specific area of the world, but emphasizes the feeling of landscape – understood as the aspect by which a part of the territory embraced with the gaze from a particular point is presented. The elements are formed by a base on which a composition of geometric shapes comes to life, fallen into a palette of intense colors, used individually in the solid-colored variants or combined with each other in the polychrome. Here is a miniature landscape.
Bed Plumeau by Cristina Celestino for Gervasoni
Designer of the year Cristina Celestino signed the new bed Plumeau from Gervasoni. The land of inspiration? Mongolia. Yes, with a solid structure embraced by a padded frame, the revolving furniture for rest interprets nocturnal well-being in a contemporary tone using an aesthetic narrative illuminated by the habits and customs that characterize the lifestyle of nomadic and Asian peoples. We are on the other side of the world and we are sitting on a bed that is able to revive the look and beauty of the homeless cloaks and their tents scattered across the Mongolian prairies. This landscape, so distant and dreamlike, can be seen in a green upholstery that frames the upholstery of the gray fabric headboard. And it is immediately a dream.
Reissue of the armchair Karelia by Liisi Beckmann for Zanotta
Let’s move on to an iconic piece Zanotta: the armchair Karelia from Liisi Beckmann is inspired by its designer’s home country, the Republic of Karelia in Finland. The low seat is deepened as the territory of northern Europe. Visionary openings and imaginative gaps decorate the armchair and turn it into a cult and trendy piece of furniture. The 2022 reissue includes a new textile cover with iridescent and bright colors (98% recycled polyester PET) and is enriched with the ability to assemble multiple modules to create a continuous wavy seat. At that time, as well as today, Karelia it has no structure and is made exclusively of polyurethane foam. Pop and nonconformist, the furniture by now over fifty returns very current in house of the whole world.
Collection Panteschi tanker by Elena Salmistraro for Lithea
In this picture a glimpse of the collection Panteschi tanker designed by Elena Salmistraro to Lithea. On the wall, the decorative panel Favor reminiscent of the homogenous rays of volcanic steam that naturally escape from the subsoil of the island of Pantelleria. Against the blue background of Bardiglio Imperiale marble, characterized by serpentine bas-reliefs, a number of elements with soft geometries and pyramidal shapes adorn the Bianco Fenice stone panel with a manual finish that makes the object unique. The furniture is also decorated and embellished by manual application of copper leaf. Thus, the Italian designer has dedicated himself to the creation of an object that travels in space from Sicily to the home.
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