“The MOA basic form is built of innumerable crisscross spanned Lycra-yarns where every route is different, leading somewhere from bottom to top or someway from right to left, seemingly without beginning and end. The outcome of this is an interwoven elastic net, that is afterwards drenched in resin and pressed over a suitable form. Thus, the formerly two-dimensional flexible structure is transformed into a three-dimensional form, creating fruit-, newspaper-, and paper-basket which are solidified by hardening of the resin”, the designers explain
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Interni “Human Spaces” Exhibition @ Salone Milan 2019April 26, 2019Architecture
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Kettal, whose “classic collection” includes furniture from well-known Nordic designers, has reinterpreted the iconic ‘basket chair’ for the Salone del Mobile 2014.
Kettal now offers the woven wicker chair, made from oak, in both its’ ‘original’ version and in an outdoor adaptation.
Aesthetics, innovation, functionality: VOLA perfection …….. VOLA is only interested in perfection.
That’s why they have released two more products in the award-winning Round Series.
The electronic hands-free soap dispenser and cistern flush – together they make the washroom experience completely VOLA.
The Art of Living exhibition at the Triennale di Milano was curated by one of Italy’s leading Interior Design Magazines “Living Interiors”
The goal was to tell the relationship between art and space of the house. As a painting, a sculpture , an installation influence the domestic scenario ? And can a piece of design affect a site-specific ?
Chilean architecture studio Pezo von Ellrichshausen ( PvE ) created the pavilion within Milan’s baroque Palazzo Litta ( 1761 ) , described as a ‘ direct echo of its historical surroundings’.
The mirrored surface reflects the surrounding courtyard of the building in its two levels, the baroque colonnade, the corridor beyond, the two upper levels, as well as the stone pavement