In­te­rior De­sign, a hive of en­ergy

Avion Luxury International Airport Magazine - - CON­TENTS -

The stresses of a con­tin­u­ously evolv­ing world give rise to rapidly trans­form­ing de­sign, which leads to a new way of de­sign­ing that ac­cel­er­ates in­no­va­tion al­ready un­der­way in or­der to adapt daily life to the spirit of the times, with de­sign be­ing the means and end of the nar­ra­tive. This is why Ar­mani Casa, for ex­am­ple, works on ex­cep­tional pro­jects through­out the world, de­vel­op­ing cre­ative so­lu­tions in which the de­sign aes­thetic of lux­u­ri­ous sim­plic­ity is in­ter­preted through the cul­ture and ethos of the lo­cal area. Ar­mani’s In­te­rior De­sign is a voy­age through in­no­va­tion in hos­pi­tal­ity and ‘liv­ing the dream’, fol­low­ing the route of to­tal liv­ing. The con­cept of to­tal life­style, which in­cludes fash­ion, de­sign and other as­pects of liv­ing, per­me­ates the com­pany’s fur­nish­ing so­lu­tions, which are dis­tin­guished by min­i­mal­ism, sim­plic­ity, clean lines and re­duced thick­nesses, and high­lighted by new fin­ishes. Soon to be launched is a com­plete line of table­ware made of Li­mo­ges porce­lain, which is dec­o­rated in gold and plat­inum mo­tifs that evoke fab­rics and com­pleted by a set of glasses made of Mu­rano glass. The au­to­mo­tive ori­gins of the Bu­gatti Home Col­lec­tion are trans­lated into cut­ting-edge tech­nol­ogy and per­for­mance, but also art, de­sign and so­phis­ti­cated life­style. The two-tone colour scheme and the fa­mous Bu­gatti horse­shoe-shaped front grille en­hance the shapes of the fur­ni­ture in the col­lec­tion with soft lines, re-evok­ing the aero­dy­namic de­sign of su­per­cars such as the Ch­i­ron. The frames made of car­bon fi­bre, the same used to pro­duce the Bu­gatti tubs, to­gether with other ma­te­ri­als such as steel, glass and leather, se­lected and cut to cre­ate bases, sur­faces and uphol­stery, fo­cus one’s at­ten­tion on the cut­ting-edge tech­nol­ogy and ex­tremely com­plex de­sign. Thus, the fa­mous Co­bra Chair, orig­i­nally de­signed and built by Carlo Bu­gatti in 1902, has now been rein­vented. Cassina, in pre­sent­ing The Other Con­ver­sa­tion of­fers an emo­tional and cul­tural jour­ney that fea­tures the brand’s iconic prod­ucts in en­vi­ron­ments of strik­ing in­te­rior ar­chi­tec­ture. The set­tings cen­tre around the 8 sofa by

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