The well-known furniture brand,Hem, showcased a puffy lounge chair, ideal to put together a cozy living room set. The creators said that the piece aims to create “all the enveloping warmth of a familiar duvet.” Aware of the latest design and color trends, the brand produced a diverse range of neutral colors and solid fabrics, perfect for a Winter home renovation! Nowadays, functionality wins over aesthetics, however with these curated pieces it’s possible to have the best of both worlds!
The Italian lighting brand, Lucepan, surprised everyone with the new exquisite lighting pieces collection that has a contemporary yet eclectic yet mid-century touch. These bold and colorful suspension lamps stand on their own as a statement piece, but we also love the mid-century modern furniture that helps setting the right mood.
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Vitra’s recycled-material-plastic chair was probably one of the highlights of the launch. Available in grey, the natural colour of the recycled material, it shows how it’s possible to create unique and exquisite modern design with waste. Design has been seen as a tool to solve the world’s biggest issues, and renowned designers and top design brands have been using recycled and natural materials in order to support sustainability in design.
Maruni, a Japanese renowned design brand, is showcasing two new collections inspired and named after marine creatures. Japanese design is one of the top trends of 2020, and it’s defined by its minimalistic and simple design. Above, you can see the Tako furniture collection, named after the Chinese word for octopus, and it’s composed by of a minimalistic chair and dining table with clean and curved lines that resemble tentacles.
Fugo collection is composed by a set of chairs and coffee tables, named after the Japanese world for a species of pufferfish. It’s interesting to see how these minimalistic shapes can resemble such a complex figure, don’t you think so?
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