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Mingardo Presented Brand-New Products in Milan Design Week Rendez-VousMonday 7 May 2018
Mingardo Presented Brand-New Products in Milan Design Week Rendez-Vous ⇒ During Milan Design Week, the renowned Italian brand, Mingardo presented a Rendez-vous exhibition showcasing their brand-new design products. Now moving into a new direction, Mingardo will be exploring more into product categories and its preferred material, metal goes into a new conversation with other materials, resulting in new ideas and decorative means.
The new furnishing elements proposed represent the ideal completion of the Iconic Handicraft Collection, launched in 2017 based on the idea, by Art Director Federica Biasi, of creating a series of furnishings that express an essential synthesis of aesthetics and meaning.
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As previously mentioned, these novelties are also characterised by the encounter of metal with another material. The Decò pendant lamp designed by Federica Biasi and the Dome floor lamp by Valerio Sommella juxtapose the metal of the load-bearing structure with the glass of their diffusers. The ceiling-to-floor Marianne bookcase, once again by Federica Biasi (the prototype was presented at Maison&Objet last January), has iron uprights and glass shelves that lighten the design.
The latest furniture and furnishing novelty is Denis Guidone’s Minima armchair, in which the iron of the supporting structure is, once again, combined with another material. In this case it is the fabric upholstery, which represents a necessary complement to soften and warm the chair.
In Mingardo’s Rendez-Vous, visitors were able to see three new interior claddings of the Architecture Collection, Phase, Gatsy and Albers. This line expresses the strong interest and deep ties that have bound Mingardo to the world of interior architecture since the period of collaboration with Carlo Scarpa. The patterns reproduced on the brass cladding modules are inspired by the beauty of Art Deco fabrics and decorative motifs, and bear the signatures of Federica Biasi and Dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer
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