Monthly Archives: May 2010

Noe by Lievore Altherr Molina for Verzelloni

Straight from the Milan Fair is Verzelloni’s new modular lounge sofa Noe. Designed by the creative powerhouse Lievore Altherr Molina, Noe is a highly modern sofa concept thanks to the multiple configurations possible that are fluid, open and eclectic. Noe can be equipped with the new Blog table which serves as a practical surface and, when fitted with a special cushion, becomes a comfortable armrest.

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Lieve by Diego Vencato

Horm again wowed us in Milan, this time with Lieve – the floating table. The force of gravity is a perception: the innovative material created by pairing wooden tiles cut by laser with felt creates the illusion of a drape supporting the table surface in tempered glass. The table top seems to float above the fabric and gravity seems to disappear for a moment.

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Sinapsi by Sebastian Errazuriz

Sinapsi presented by Italian company Horm at the Salone Internationale del Mobile reminds us of the London Tube Map. By concentrating on the study of cells and cerebral branches Sebastian Errazuriz has created a model that is repeatable, offering a vast array of shapes and spaces suited to growing organically to respond to the changing needs of end consumers. Even the technology used for the construction is revolutionary: instead of being bent, the wood is folded and pressed to obtain the desired form. This industrial process allows for creating even complex organic shapes without the use of costly moulds.

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Albino by Salvatore Indriolo

Albino is the clever coffee table with a wooden shelf able to be separated from the structure and used as a tray. Its wooden LED light may be freely positioned on the frame with a magnet clamp (and powered with rechargeable batteries) turning it into a torch – the perfect answer to anyone’s survival kit.

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