With 85 international guests, 15 Country Ambassadors from around the world, 100 partners and supporters which include institutions, associations and the international and Italian media, Tigullio Design District (TDD) is the first annual international design event organized in Liguria.
With the coming of the Salone del Mobile we can start to take new furniture, new designer collections and new trends for granted. So, Saba is here to surprise us with a new exclusive capsule collection which opens the doors onto a totally new world: the Metaverse.
All you need are lots of cushions and deep seating to turn the principles of comfort into the perfect outdoor piece of furniture. The chaise longue which reinterprets classic wicker furniture combines a sleek look with more informal comfort and becomes the clear highlight of the outdoor space.
2022 is the International Year of Glass and is being celebrated by the UN General Assembly throughout the world. Age-old yet always innovative, capable of shaping trends and exciting the senses, glass is an iconic material which stimulates touch, sight, hearing and even taste when it is used at the table.
There is a can’t-miss spot across the sea for those who love the most refined Italian style and flavors. Toscana Divino, the Made-In-Italy restaurant founded in Miami in 2012, has joined Porro, the Italian brand leader in premium custom-made furniture, with interior styling curated by Imobili LLC and Claude Zein.
A kitchen island opens onto the living room but is set apart by a double-sided shelving system. The central composition unites the two rooms and is the clear highlight of the living area. Ready to interpret a more informal convivial style, it is also capable of preserving the right amount of privacy for the chef.
With bright colors, gelatinous reflections, practical materials and clever details, the table is getting ready for the summer by moving outdoors and adding a bit of joy to its look. Thus, the table gets covered by the magic of the Canaries, fine wine glasses made by master glassmakers, minimalist polypropylene dishes and a hand-painted tray with imaginative sea creatures.
Il nome è un omaggio a un antico e famoso samurai e agli incastri preziosi che caratterizzano l’armatura. Che Elena Salmistraro traduce con trasparenze poetiche e con un gioco di incastri e sovrapposizioni tra vetro soffiato e cristallo.