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5 Most Unexpected Items at Salone del Mobile-2014

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Even if the house is fully furnished, you will likely to find a place for a couple of things that can dilute its excessive seriousness and show what is really going on in the mind of the owner, if he is not trying to make a favorable impression on the guests.

5 Most Unexpected Interior Decor Items at Salone del Mobile-2014

Decorative masks MaskHayon designed by Jaime Hayon for Bosa

Decorative masks MaskHayon designed by Jaime Hayon for Bosa

Every year the stands of the famous brands in the Salone del Mobile show something that surprises. If it is not a table or a chair, then, at least, it is a clock or a vase.

Time Less Clock designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell

Philippe Starck is a “golden guru” of design: everything he does, can literally make a customer rich. For example, ordinary consumers often associate Kartell with the transparent chair Ghost designed by Philippe Starck. In the new Stark’s model for this brand time has become a ghost. Arrows are spinning, indicating the void.

Temperino chair designed by Alessandro Guidolin for Riva 1920

Riva 1920 is dedicated to the world of minimally treated wood. And Alessandro Guidolin often works with Riva 1920 and makes something cute and fun. This year he designed  a stool made of cedar wood that looks like a pencil sharpener.

Decorative masks MaskHayon designed by Jaime Hayon for Bosa

Wall masks MaskHayon (name of the designer and the ancient word “mascaron”) are made ​​of porcelain with gold for Bosa. They hint at ancient Saturnalia and Bacchanalia. And as for Bosa, it is a small, but influential brand.

Popit stools designed by Analogia Project for Frag

A promising duo Analogia Project (Andrea Mancuso and Emilia Serra) worked on the Popit project. The duo was already seen in collaboration with Hermès and Le Bon Marchè department stores. One of the stools is upholstered with the most trendy fur in furniture design this season – Mongolian goat skin.

Deep Attention and Sleep designed by Matali Crasset for Campeggi

French designer Matali Crasset “revises the habitat” almost in all of her projects. That’s her new thing – booth-office for the local creative solitude in a noisy environment (such as a country house with a bunch of noisy kids – Matali herself is from the village). If the owner of the booth is unable to get to the bedroom, then the front wall turns into a futon mattress for sleeping on the floor.

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