Modern furniture is constantly evolving. Designers are always pushing the boundaries of innovative designs to bring us something fresh and appealing to suit the modern lifestyle. True Design remains on trend, bringing us fresh international offerings and furniture solutions to brighten up our interior spaces.Let’s take a look at some of their trendy furniture for the seasons ahead:
1. Maralunga by Vico Magistretti Maralunga is one of the most famous Italian design sofas, a landmark that has inspired generations of designers and products. On the occasion of its 40th anniversary, Cassina presents a renewed version, featuring a profile stitching outlining the armrest, the back and the front part of the seat cushion to make it more contemporary and in tune with the times. It also boasts a beautiful removable fabric. For the base supports, in addition to the black, two new colours are available: beige comfort and light grey. This proposal along with the classic Maralunga are meant to offer a wider choice for all environments and for all ages.
2. Les Grands Transparents by Man Ray This gorgeous silk-screened elliptical mirror showcases a play on words, as if handwritten like an original piece of art. Serial production of the original piece of art was done by Man Ray in 1938.
3. L’air Du Temps/ Dream’Air by Eugeni Quitllet Dream’Air has arrived in its final version. It is a completely brand new chair concept for Kartell, especially from a formal viewpoint. The chair comes out in a single mould with a seat that appears to levitate in its centre. Lightness is also the watchword of the new L’Air du Temps clock that lets time go by on a clear crystal surface.
4. Torei Low Table by Luca Nichetto The Torei collection of graphic tables was designed in 2012 by Luca Nichetto, a young Venetian architect working in industrial design, a field in which he has excelled with some major partnerships. The series of small tables, constantly evolving, has been expanded to include different shapes – round, square, triangular. Different materials are used, from natural ash, dyed black or red, to three types of marble including Carrara white, Marquiña black or Carnico grey. The base, available in a The base, available in a matt black painted finish, is now also available in a matt chestnut brown finish. Torei, in different heights and shapes, can be intersected to create an architecture of different surfaces that convey a feeling of hospitality.
5. Generic A by Philippe Starck Generic is an ambitious project of profoundly ethical connotations, in which contemporary design sets out to fulfil new objectives and creativity is placed at the service of the general public. Thanks to the creative concept by Philippe Starck, Kartell has identified the “generics” of community seating. Hence the launch of Generic A, a chair designed for office environments and available in six different matt and soft touch finishes: it is defined by a high seatback, wide armrests and a functional design.
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