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SALONE DEL MOBILE 2017 | BLOG SAFARI WITH DESIGN DIFFUSION

20 April 2017

Alphabet of light by Artemide
 

Hard to believe that it’s been almost 2 weeks since I was invited to the Salone del Mobile in Milan by Design Diffusion to join a ‘Blog Safari’ with a bunch of European interior design and lifestyle bloggers. I went with my Function+Form sidekick Tiff and after leaving our kids in the safe hands of Daddy Daycare (what can go wrong!?) we took off and spent an incredibly packed and inspirational two days in Milan discovering new brands and trends as well as chatting to some of the creative minds behind the ideas.

Milan-based Design Diffusion is a media powerhouse that covers the world of design, architecture, lifestyle and events through their magazines, blog and TV channel. Their idea of introducing interior design brands through a ‘Blog Safari’ during Milan’s largest yearly event – the Salone del Mobile – was pure genius and a great opportunity to connect with so many European bloggers face-to-face, many of whom I’ve been following for years and some I hope will become good friends in the future.

Our mutual passion for interior design was an instant talking point and I could have spent hours chatting had I not been on the brink of losing my voice – evidence of which in the video right at the bottom of this post. *cringe* Honestly, I’m a lot more together normally. *hides red face*

 

 

Our safari started with the interior arms of some classic Italian fashion houses Gianfranco Ferrè Home and Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors. Both cater to the upmarket client who loves luxurious textures and own a home big enough for large statement pieces. Their stands were indulgently rich, dark and moody, softened by a lot of texture from brass and marble to velvet and fur, including some stunning lighting and elaborate chandeliers inspired by Art Deco.

 

Interlocking brass shelving system by Gianfranco Ferrè Home

 

Stunning statement chandelier by Gianfranco Ferrè Home

 

Rich materials and textures at Gianfranco Ferrè Home

 

Cheese plant Kokedama at Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors

 

JCP was a total contrast with their experimental designs that bridge the gap between art and function. The brand was introduced only last year and has already made waves with their Artifacts collection which includes – amongst others – side tables and lighting made of chrome and brass incorporating lava stone, incredibly comfortable iron structures with seats in Jacroki-Racy fabric upholstery and some shiny robot-lookalike floorlamps. Quirky, innovative and utterly different to anything you’ve seen before.

 

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Lava stone side table and lamp by JCP

 

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Iron seat structure in Jacroki-Racy fabric upholstery by JCP

 

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Threeve, Betoo and Rone by Richard Hutton for JCP

 

I simply loved the colours at the Arflex stand. Soft pastels from green to light blue and pink with rich dark blue, mustard and green as a contrast. Some sparingly used graphic patterns and brass accents gave the stand a mid century feel. An interesting addition is Arflex’ semi-transparent Vela screen which comes in different colours, shapes and sizes and lets you create a discreet divider without imposing on the space.

 

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Vela screen by Arflex

 

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MDF Italia was where I felt most comfortable, not just because I got to sit down on their incredibly cosy Cosy sofa talking to one of the owners, but because MDF’s simple lines, contemporary design and muted colours naturally resonate with me. The modular Cosy sofa is endlessly adaptable to whatever your needs and I love the addition of the slim metal side table where the bottom slides under the sofa therefore giving you a safe place to put all those spillable drinks. It’s details like these that make life and living with furniture effortlessly.

 

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Sign Matt chair by MDF Italia

 

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The new Cosy sofa

 

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I was also really impressed with the Flow Eco chair and it’s environmentally-friendly credentials, replacing the polycarbonate shell with pressed fibres from renewable sources: beech fibre for the light colour and coconut fibre for the dark colour.

 

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The Flow Eco chair made from coconut and beech fibres

 

What I loved most about the chosen brands for the safari was the variety and Kartell stood out with it’s colourful theme of ContamiNation. Seeing themselves as a nation, Kartell is contaminated by different ideas and styles. No limits or boundaries stand in the way of creativity to explore new technologies and continuous innovation. The main message of fun, innovation and creativity poured out of their engaged designer who showed us around the stand.

 

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Kartell’s Largo sofa in velvet

 

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Bella light

 

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Spin light

 

I particularly loved their Bella and Spin pendant lights, their classic shapes giving beautiful diffused light.
 

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Be Bop chair by Kartell

 

The metal Piuma family and the Be Bop chair stood out for me as well due to their beautiful colour palette of deep dark red, mossy grey/green and black.

 

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Piuma family

 

We finished off the safari with a visit to one of my favourite lighting brands: Artemide. Their Alphabet of light has captured my imagination as a graphic designer and typography nerd since it was first shown last year. To see the separate elements in real life was somewhat of an eye-opener. Much larger than I imagined but I can see endless possibilities for this system in public spaces or offices. I was not surprised to find out it was designed by BIG – a group of architects, designers and thinkers led by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels whom I wrote about on here a couple of weeks ago.

 

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Alphabet of Light by Bjarke Ingels Group for Artemide

 

I find most of Artemide’s designs fascinating, of course a lot of them are 20th Century icons, but I particularly love their Human Light philosophy which put (wo)man and her/his well-being at the core of each design making it a means to improve the quality of life, supporting people in their daily activities and complying with their moods.

 

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Mobile Emera light with USB charger

 

I just have to mention their new mobile lighting Emera which allows you to charge via USB and take your light wherever you like therefore creating a flexible atmosphere that can adapt to the ever-changing organisation of a space.

 

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Poetic modular lighting system Yanzi for Artemide

 

And last but not least the Yanzi, a modular lightweight system that support multiple stylized figures like iconic swallows with a brushed brass body and a head like a white glass sphere animating any space with an elegant poetic attitude.

 
 

The above is only just scratching the surface of the vast array of exhibition stands at the Salone. I think I may have seen only about 5% in total, most of which were glimpses whilst rushing past but Francesca from Design Diffusion made it fun and easy to navigate amongst the stands.

I’m definitely planning on coming back next year aiming to see more of the installations and events organised around the city in hidden warehouses, palazzos or converted garages – during the Salone the whole city buzzes with innovation and creativity and it’s impossible not to get swept away.

Ciao Milano, alla prossima!

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY | with kind permission by the brands [first 4 pictures by Annie Kruse]

 
 
This post is sponsored by Design Diffusion as well as Gianfranco Ferrè Home, Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors, JCP, Arflex, Annibale Colombo, Gallotti&Radice, Poliform, MDF Italia, Natuzzi, Kartell, Artemide.

I only work with products and services I truly love and all opinions are my own.

INTERIOR TREND | TERRAZZO

4 April 2017

 

Terrazzo is having a bit of a moment right now and I’m loving it! Originally created by Venetian construction workers as a low cost flooring material most terrazzo now consists of chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass, or other suitable material, poured with a cementitious binder. After it is cured it is ground and polished smooth or otherwise finished to produce a uniformly textured surface.

A new take on Terrazzo is Marmoreal an engineered marble for architectural surfaces by the British designer Max Lamb. The word ‘marmoreal’ means ‘marble-like’ and is composed of approximately 95 percent marble and 5 percent polyester resin binders.

Another fascinating adaption are the Bentu Lights made from recycled waste and the stylised printed Ferm wallpaper above complete with metallic speckles and the triangle ruler from Danish designers Hay.

For more design and interior trends and the latest product launches follow me on Instagram at the Salone del Mobile in Milan where I’m meeting some old and new blogging buddies at the DDN Safari Blog organised by Design Diffusion.

Follow the hashtag #ddnbloggers to see what we get up to.

 
 

1 + 6 | Bentu Lights

2 | Wallpaper

3 | Ruler

4 | Marmoreal Chair

5 | Flooring

 

 

 
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INTERIORS CRUSH | YOGA STUDIO IN CONVERTED WAREHOUSE

13 March 2017

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Starting the week off with a crush of epic proportions, the interior of this yoga studio in a converted warehouse in Sydney was designed by Karen Abernethy who translated the spiritual concept of light and reflection beautifully within this space.

Yoga has been a bit of a lifesaver for me for a long time now. I initially got into it because of work stress, mental as well as physical, sitting at the computer for 12 hours a day takes its toll eventually on neck, shoulders and back. I continued with my practice through both pregnancies and after a few crazy sleep-deprived baby years got back into it thanks to a wonderful local teacher.

I can’t rate the benefits of yoga high enough. For me it’s as if my whole body gets stretched, bent and simply wrung out from top to toe with the added benefit of a relaxing meditation at the end of it. Not just my body feels calm and energised but equally my mind is given much needed perspective from the daily grind and stresses of family life.

So you can imagine how my heart skipped a beat when I came across the Humming Puppy Yoga Studio. The actual studio space sits above the reception and changing rooms at the top of the warehouse for minimal disruption to your flow. The floor is covered with black plywood panels and there are thick dark curtains to restrict the incoming light helping to create the perfect atmosphere for meditation and reflection. Elements of the old warehouse are very much embraced by leaving the ceiling exposed but painted in black and giving the brick walls a distressed white wash.

The reception area and changing rooms below are separated by a mesmerising transparent angled screen which appears to shimmer and change colour as you move around. I think I’m most in love with the locker area though which is kept intimate and dark setting you up for your session. And please check out the stunning water fountain fed by a single pipe coming out of the dark from above – simple, elegant and functional.

Namaste friends.

 
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INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE | Karen Abernethy
PHOTOGRAPHY | Katherine Lu with thanks
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SOFT MINIMALISM WITH POPS OF COLOUR AND PLANTS

9 March 2017

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Showing you some soft minimalism today with splashes of colour and a cluster of beautiful ornamental plants since it’s one of the first Spring days here in the UK.

The white-washed top floor apartment is situated in the Dutch town of Deventer and though the owner is a self-confessed design addict he’s not overly precious about his decor and designer furniture merely appreciating the craftsmanship and design of classics pieces by Eames and Herman Miller.

After the prolonged grey wether these cheerful pops of colour and little plant family are just what I need. Hope Spring has arrived for you too.

 

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PHOTOGRAPHY | Jansje Klazinga with thanks
STYLING | Caroline Manning

 
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CLEVER ISLINGTON CONVERSION BY LARISSA JOHNSTON ARCHITECTS

1 February 2017

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Phew… it’s February!

You may have noticed my absence on here during last month and though not physically absent – after all the kids are back at school – I’ve been struggling to find my mojo. Not just in terms of blogging but generally as I talked about in this post here.

Politics is not something I usually talk about on Stylejuicer but the events in the US are worrying me… a lot! Coupled with what seems like an endless stream of colds and coughs around the house no amount of interior porn design has managed to drag me out from under the proverbial duvet.

Until now… and it’s all down to plywood.

This fabulous conversion by Larissa Johnston Architects is in Islington, North London and I love how they have completely rearranged the house, taking out all internal walls and switching the bedrooms so now the living space including dining and kitchen are downstairs and connect to the rear garden via some full height glass sliding doors flooding the house with light. It’s a minimalist modern space where each nook and cranny has been put to good use which in turn maximises the floorspace on view making the house feel a lot bigger.

What really got me excited was the way they have managed to create a custom built unit that not only incorporates the stairs but also the kitchen and some clever storage areas. This plywood unit wraps up the stairs and gives the house an anchor connecting all the floors and making for an easy flow.

Larissa and her team have also made great use of the half landing making it a study area with more inbuilt shelving and a desk running along the window. I wish there were some shots of the downstairs WC and utility area as they are both concealed underneath the stairs and clad with plywood.

It may seem a bit geeky but I love seeing the bare bones of a house which is why I’m showing you the floorplan at the end of this post. I’ve got a feeling I’m not the only nerd on here.

Here’s to plywood!

 
 

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