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Tag Archives: Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
The Salone Internazionale del Mobile is just the most important place on the planet to be if you’re a designer or even a humble furniture professional like me. From its origins in 1961, the fair has become the most important point of reference for our industry and that’s why we journey to Milan each year, to discover new trends, catch up with old friends, and soak up the buzz of Milan. With a total attendance of some 324,093 people, the fair really does have a life of its own.
Contained within these pages is our pick of the best of Milan 2013. The best stands, the best new products, the best new ideas and the future trends in styling and colour. Click here to read our 2013 Milano Report.
We’re always very excited to attend Salone Internazionale del Mobile and this year lived up to all our expectations. But we’re equally excited when the new products arrive in our showroom and look forward to sharing them with you later in the year.
The Losanges Collection designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec has been selected as one of the 2012 winners of the prestigious Elle Decoration International Design Award (EDIDA) in the Floor covering category.
Voted for by the 25 editors-in-chief of Elle Decoration magazine around the world, the prize recognizes global excellence in the interior design world. The ceremony will be celebrated during Salone del Mobile in Milan.
Congratulations to Nanimarquina and the Bouroullec brothers.
The Bouroullec brothers continue their study of simplicity and elegance with their new Losanges collection. It’s about reinterpreting the traditional Persian rug using the ancient kilim technique.
Technically complex, the Losanges collection requires great skill as it involves combining 13 colours through the geometrical rhombus shape, a great challenge for the craftsmen of Northern Pakistan. As well as being crafted by hand, the Afghan wool is also spun by hand, which allows for some unique colour tones to be highlighted which make each rhombus different and each rug a unique item.