One of the most famous and recognizable sofas on the Instagram platform from 2021, a must-have design icon in the house of top Influencers, became the sofa CAMELEONDA designed by the Italian architect and designer Mario Bellini in 1970, made in Italy by the producer company B&B Italia.
Looking on the social platforms you will often meet Camaleonda in the houses/apartments of fashion influencers and not only; sometimes it has beautiful coverings in smooth natural leather, other times it is more playful in different fabrics, but it is always recognizable thanks to its voluptuous forms and unique capitonnè design using cables, hooks, and rigs.
Exquisite, Erotic, Extravagant! That is how I would describe the holland company MOOOI.
All products included in the catalogue of this company have a strong DNA, beholding three main characteristics I’ve described above: exquisite design, erotic appeal, and extravagant shapes. It is a well-curated collection of lighting, furniture and accessories that expands the meaning of eclectic and sophisticated design for everyday interiors, defined by strong personality, creativity, and beauty.
MAXI size motifs create an immediate visual impact on the viewer. A thick fabric or a wallpaper representing maxi flowers, such as romantic pink peonies or other favorite flowers, brings the springtime inside our houses, making it a perfect choice for a contemporary living room or bedroom.
Charles Eames has played a truly unique role in the design industry: as from 1940 he and his wife Ray Eames revolutionized the way in which we interpret objects today. Only a place like Los Angeles, with its liberated cultural climate and its debates on European values, could accept their eccentric design concept.
Isamu Noguchi was born in Los Angeles, son an American writer of Irish origin and a Japanese poet. He becomes a Japanese American artist and landscape architect.
Eileen Gray was born in Ireland in 1878 but got her studies in painting at the Slade School of Fine Arts in London, and later moved with her family to France in 1907, where she lived and worked until 1976 when she passed away.
The playful character of the Castiglioni brothers is remarkably evident through their work, and some design pieces particularly express their love for experimenting with shapes and using their imagination skills with reflecting or creating personages.
The Castiglioni brothers often created designs that challenged our perspective, and the table lamp Taccia, which gives the illusion of an upside-down hanging lamp, is an inspired example of that.
When we say “the culture of glass” we think of FIAM ITALIA, when we say “the culture of plastic” we think of KARTELL, when we say “the culture of modern sofas” we think of B&B ITALIA, but when we say “the culture of good sleeping” we inevitably think of FLOU.
The Italian producer FLOU, who introduced the concept of uniting great design and good sleeping, was founded by Rosario Messina (and his partners) in 1978 at Meda, a city on the North of Milan, a company which he will own entirely, with the purpose to create beds of elevated comfortability, quality, and unique design style.