Recyclable, eco-friendly, and green furniture and objects are continuously being made because the push for sustainable design has become more and more evident and concrete. That’s why on the occasion of the Fuorisalone 2021, B&B Italia decided to give an early look at a timeless icon in a special version: the famous Up5_6 armchair made entirely of cork.
“Nel blu, dipinto di blu” sang Modugno while chasing after his dream. And we saw that “blue” dream during Milan’s Design Week 2021, because “volando” between one new release and another we found tons of shades of that timeless and enveloping palette of blue.
We are used to hearing about custom-made objects with endless personalization in finishes and materials which get mixed to transform our furniture. Chairs, beds and sofas with removable fabrics are nothing new. But what if we told you that we have found a table that casually changes looks?
Giuseppe Arezzi, Maddalena Selvini and Flatwig Studio are the protagonists of this project created by Pianca & Partners on the occasion of Design Week 2021. This new design talent was selected ad hoc for the design of display windows in this Milan showroom.
With LAGO’s trademark clean and striking graphics, a sophisticated texture and the impression that it somehow floats in space, this table won us over at first glance. Here it is in a limited edition to offer us an off-limits feeling of conviviality.
First there was Step, the iconic folding stepladder designed in 1984 by the design couple Andries & Iroko Van Onck which immediately became the forerunner for a series of objects called “forgotten designs”...