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Milan Design Week 2018 is not the only one to show booths. Manufacturers and designers have prepared various performances: installations, theatrical shows, presentations. All representations are closely related to the world of design, so you need to look at them. What awaits visitors to the Milan exhibition?

 
Smooth lines and flowing shapes make the Caroline chair from the Italian company Le Comfort an ideal option for a recreation area. A squat and comfortable little armchair on thin metal legs will help create a cozy and relaxed atmosphere in the living room.
 

A laconic buffet Torino from the factory Cattelan Italy can not be called typical. Clear lines and correct shapes "dilute" an interesting facade. Designer Andrea Lucatello (Andrea Lucatello) used different types of wood and different finishes to emphasize the individuality of the model.

 

Smooth lines and curves became the main motifs in the design of the sofa and armchair from the Twist collection of the Italian factory Cantori. Unusual backrest turns traditional soft furniture into an interesting art object.

 

The asymmetric stitching of the upholstery makes the Marvin bed from the Italian brand Noctis look like a large cloud. Such cozy furniture will definitely appeal to connoisseurs of extraordinary solutions.

 

On the site of the Italian furniture factory Ditre Italia ditreitalia.com in full 3D configurator is available. This service allows designers and customers to make compositions and choose finishing (from leather or fabric), download a 3D model with selected textures or an image in jpg format.

 

Laconism and softened lines make the Auto-Reverse sofa designed by designer Giuseppe Vigano for the Arketipo factory, more than an interesting piece of furniture. This model is the realization of the idea of ​​showing the duality of the living space.

 

When modern design is based on traditional aesthetic canons, an interesting result is obtained. A novelty from the Italian factory Seven Sedie, which specializes in furniture in the classical style, the chest of drawers Ellipse is an excellent option for decorations in such modern directions as, for example, neoclassicism, eclecticism, art.

 

Kalatea is a plant native to Central and South America. The shape of his leaves inspired designer Cristina Celestino to create the Calatea chair for the Italian factory Pianca.

 

Smooth bends of the base make Tango's concise coffee table from Target Point more than a practical piece of furniture. This model has a special charm, so it has every chance to decorate the modern living room.

 

Italian factory Ditre represents a novelty - a collection of Class, developed by designers Joe Colombo Studio. The series includes sofas of different sizes and armchairs with a swiveling base. Designers focused on ergonomics, but the appearance is well thought out.

 

The Cop table for the Bonaldo factory was developed by Roberto Paoli. The designer decided to "turn over" the familiar understanding of the image of the table. The model from the collection of the year 2017 is a kind of mirror image of objects, which, as a rule, are on the table top.

 

Introducing the interesting French factory Ibride

 

Laconicism is a synonym for elegance. This fact proves the chair Ara, created by the designer Giuseppe Vigano (Giuseppe Vigano) for the Italian factory Porada. The model can become an integral part of both practical modern interiors, and atmospheric retro or eclectic decorations.

 

Italian company Valentini has presented a collection of sofas Drew. The distinctive features of the series are minimalist design, clear lines, exact proportions. Models with a clear and universal design are designed for comfortable modern living.

 

The building recalls the rocky terrain

A monolithic concrete building for the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Mexican city of Boca del Rio is a project of architects from the Bureau of Rojkind Arquitectos. The new concert hall is part of the master plan for the renovation of the area washed by the Gulf of Mexico.

 

The project is based on the industrial and maritime history of the city

A team of designers from the Jeffrey Beers International office (JBI) created the interior of the Waterside District sharing space in Norfolk (Virginia, USA). On an area of ​​about 1670 square meters there are several bars and restaurants.

 

Japanese minimalism in action. House by Hearth Architects

Compact housing can be convenient and practical

Unagi No Nedoko is a kind of Japanese residential architecture. This housing is remarkable for its long and narrow interiors, which is dictated by the form of the land on which it is built. House in Shige Prefecture (Japan) architects from Hearth Architects created by this principle.