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Belgian furniture maker Maarten Van Severen devoted himself to the rigorous exploration of basic furniture typologies and in the process developed a formal language of uncompromising simplicity and beauty.
Maarten who died from cancer in 2005, aged 48, left behind an extraordinary collection of furniture and several important architectural projects.
Norman Cherner (1920-1987) was truly a renaissance man of the midcentury-modern movement — his devotion to teaching, prefabrication and hands-on production probably handicapped him in the race to get into the pantheon of mid century greats.
Cherner is recognized as one of the most original of a generation of designers that explored post-war technological innovations in industrial design and architecture.
This year Paola Lenti celebrates its 20th anniversary of business activities, and reaffirms its’ personal vision of outdoor and indoor living – focused on a philosophy of functional, elegant, simple and long lasting furniture.
She again presented her collection at the monastic retreat – Chiostri dell’Umanitaria. with the theme of IL COLORE DEI LUOGHI = ” The Colours of Place “
Tokujin’s “Mirage” comprises a series of different segments, each coated with a reflective surface.
Rotated a little to the right, or a little more to the left, the mirrors can be mounted alongside one another and as such capture far more light and create a wider range of spatial impressions than a simple, flush mirror ever could.