Mediterranean: nature, concept and … design

It’s season, and it is design does not hold back. THAT Mediterranean landscapes get into housing thanks to product news 2022. That is, from the living rooms outdoor to the handmade lamps, woven according to tradition, the most beautiful shapes that characterize the horizons in front of and behind the crystal clear water in Hoppe Nostrum they turn into imaginative focal points in the spaces. And if living is beauty, design gets busy. In this sense, 2022 bodes well: the projects, today more than ever, seem to be inspired by the places of the world, and ascribe a diverse and dual meaning to being one place and dreaming of another. The houses in this way celebrate the journey (the concept of the journey) and deprive themselves of their protective power by opening the threshold to infinity. An infinity looking behind the sunglasses, in front of the island’s sunsets, ending in the Italian, Spanish, Greek seas. The most striking features of the Mediterranean style are today and especially in the warm months, trend and dictation: colors, materials, craftsmanship are part of a tradition that has written the fate of our history since the beginning of the timeline.

Collection Aries by Adam D. Tihany for Unopiù

Collection Aries by Adam D. Tihany for Unopiù

Mattia Greghi

There outdoor collection Aries of Unopiùdesigned by Adam D. Tihany, celebrates Mediterranean forms through wrought iron. The circle, the symbol of the ram, is expressed in the curls that decorate the furniture at the ends designed to inhabit the spacious exteriors of the houses. The line consists of a garden bench and armchair, a round dining table with a diameter of 110 cm and wrought iron garden chairs without armrests. The large 185 cm sofa and matching armchair invites sharing and can be supplemented with the addition of acrylic cushions from the line Jolly. The circular motif, which also reinterprets the design of a snail, has always characterized the traditional aesthetics of ancient art, born in the Mediterranean and spread all over the world. Still in Aries the aesthetic touch is crucial and modern and gives functionality a grace that can be proudly displayed even on top of a cliff overlooking the sea.

Collection Bolonia by Isi Design Group for Isimar

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Collection Bolonia by Isi Design Group for Isimar

Courtesy Isimar

We go to southern Spain, in Andalusia, to visit Bolonia: a city with one of the playas most famous of the Iberian Peninsula. Playa de Bolonia is unique: it is a surface of sandy dunes, which one after another transforms the mainland into an almost lunar landscape (as well as, especially in soul and in history, the Mediterranean). Thus outdoor collection Bolonia by Isi Design Group for Isimar, which saw the light for the first time in 2016, is today strengthened by its organic and soft lines through an author’s genre editing. That silhouette the waves in the roofless lounge reinterpret the coming and going of the water on the shores of a Mediterranean area frequented by numerous surfers in search of spectacular and adventurous landscapes. The design by Isi, inspired by nature, is elegant and comfortable and characterizes the outdoors with style.

Puf Land by Marcantonio for Natuzzi

terra puf from marcantonio to natuzzi

Puf Land by Marcantonio for Natuzzi

Courtesy Natuzzi

Marcantonioon the occasion of his second collaboration with Natuzziconfronted with the design of a pouf in Mediterranean style that pays homage to the famous Apulian landscape (heart and soul of many of the projects signed by the brand made in Italy). Land – this is the name of the piece of furniture – is an upholstery with a fluid identity that synthesizes philosophy in its aesthetics The Circle of Harmony – Second Life: a reflection on how to orient the production of furniture towards a sustainability that is becoming increasingly coherent and concrete. In fact, the soft and enveloping seat is (also) one statement piece designed not to adversely affect the environment. “The name comes from the fact that it is a pouf inspired by the earth and to the ground,” Marcantonio said. “The earth lies on the floor, simply in contact with the earth, without structures. With its armrests it is reminiscent of a hug to our planet and the real reasons to defend it. Land also because Natuzzi made me experience the legacy of his land, Puglia , of whose simplicity and naturalness this project was born “.

Four-poster bed Thin by Giulio Iacchetti for Lispi

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Four-poster bed Thin by Giulio Iacchetti for Lispi

Stefania Zanetti

Mediterranean style? Four-poster bed. Thus Thin by Giulio Iacchetti for Lispi reinterprets the relaxing structure par excellence in a modern key that fits well with the bedrooms overlooking the sea. The product is a visual story characterized by arches, clean, soft and welcoming profiles. The iron, elegantly modeled, is colored with predominantly marine tones – the palette actually ranges from the colors blue, green and yellow. The form respects the poetic and traditional feeling that has always tailored four-poster beds. Yet Iacchetti’s project exhibits something more. Grace with a modern taste updates customs, norms and customs. The result is an ideal place to get lost in dreamlike dimensions and coordinated shapes: an open nest overlooking the sea.

Lamp Antonym by Silvia Stella Osella for Bottega Intreccio

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Lamp Antonym by Silvia Stella Osella for Bottega Intreccio

Alberto Rizzieri

There lamp Antonym by Silvia Stella Osella for Bottega Intreccio tells the meeting between weaving and embroidery. It materializes, in homes around the world, a strong poetic charge and converts it into light energy suitable for any home. Not only. The artist, an expert in tradition, has been able to ascribe to the chandelier a playful side that examines the polarity theme with irony. Antonym it is a simple but refined product; at the same time it is naturally versatile: able to characterize any ceiling and any environment. The main character of the houses overlooking the sea, it transmits positive energy and stimulates the imagination, inviting the viewer to recognize the shapes described by the alternation between the two materials used. The central body of natural rattan is shaped like a geoid, a sphere flattened along the median line. A botanically inspired embroidery made of black rafia threads is grafted onto the surface.

Rugs Taurus by AMDL Cirlce for Carpet Edition

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Rugs Taurus by AMDL Circle for Carpet Edition

Mattia Aquila

“Roads that spring from the meeting between passion for textile fibers, for high quality and craftsmanship, and experience in creating tailor-made products that can be adapted in shape and size”. Thus the press release of Taurus, the new rugs designed by AMDL CIRCLE (the multidisciplinary study by Michele De Lucchi) Carpet edition, introduces a collection that spans between tradition and innovation through the use of materials and updating processing practices. The six irregular polygons of the rugs reflect nature, these path imaginative that we go every day without knowing it. The inspiration refers to the walls of Cuzco and to the ancient Roman cobbled streets, obtained from the interconnection of different stones but arranged in perfect harmony with each other.

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