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Focus Story | July 2015

Salone del Mobile 2015

The mecca of design - Salone del Mobile - unveiled some outstanding designs this year. Here´s a selection of some of our favourites!

Designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, Minotti S.P.A´s Rivera collection is a fusion of style and elegance.
Theirry Lemair´s Faye Suspension light for Fendi Casa.
A Blixen lounge chair by Toan Nguyen for the Fendi Casa Contemporary range.
Brokis Lightline collection is a range of ellectric coloured lamps and light fixtures ideal for adding a relaxed vibe to a room.
The black-and-magenta Whistle range by Lucie Koldova is a quirkier option over dull lamps.
The wide options introduced in Caesarstone´s Movements collection include pots and planters in traditional inlay and marquetry.
Photo courtesy: Tom Mannion
Tiled and ceramic plant holders by Philippe Malouin for Caesarstone.
Photo courtesy: Tom Mannion.
The Atmos sofa presented by Roshe Bobois.
This product used for Brokis´ Chrome Balloon collection´s invitation is a set of attractive lamps for any space.
Lee Broom´s Chapel Light emitts a single tone colour through stained glass light fixtures.
Photo courtesy: Luke Hayes.
Tom Dixon´s alluring Idigo Wingback armchairs.looks.
Alter Chairs by Lee Broom provide ample support despite their unique 3-legged style and bright colours.
Photo courtesy: Luke Hayes.
Fendi Casa´s Art= sectioned Sofa is designed by Thierry Lemaire with comfort as its first principle.
Minotti S.P.A.´s armchair, from the Rivera collection.
This Drunken side table by Lee Broom.
Photo courtesy: Luke Hayes.
Caesarstone´s Movements´ mixed texture planter is a great installation option considering the various elements used in its making.
Fendi Casa´s Fleurette coffee table is inspired by various versatile flowers to add a dash of chic anywhere.
Lee Broom's Glass on Brass balances crystal vessels on solid spun polished brass bases in a meeting of delicate and robust materials.
Photo courtesy: Luke Hayes.
Roche Bobois´ marsala Aircell armchair.
Seletti's different take on love and (r)ecolution in it's range of Monkey Lamps was one of the highlights of the event.
Calico's play with paints has resulted in a new line, Inverted Spaces, including wallpapers and furniture, inspired by archival NASA imagery.
Photo courtesy: Tatiana Uzlova.
This spectacular traditional carpety wall light by Lee Broom.
Photo courtesy: Luke Hayes.
Nendo and Glas Italia launched an exciting range of fused glass tables in interesting and detailed designs.
Photo courtesy: Kenichi Sonehara.
Fendi's diagonal sectioned sofa by Toan Nguyen for the Casa Contemporary collections.
Hanging dinner chairs mix business with pleasure effortlessly, don't they? Lee Broom agrees. Image Courtesy: Luke Hayes.
Introducing a new line of candlesticks, Fulcrum, is Lee Broom, with its typical touch of class.
Photo courtesy: Luke Hayes.
Studio Dimore's Palma D'or is a range of tables and lamps that break the boundaries of basic geometry.
Roche Bobois' cluster of innovative ceiling lamps, Lens, is definitely an interesting range.

Contact: Brokis:, Caesarstone:, Calico:,
Lee Broom:, Fendi Casa:, Minotti S.P.A:, Nendo:,
Roche Bobois:, Seletti:, Studio Dimore:, Tom Dixon:
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