Salone del Mobile 2016 is about to end but you still have time to visit iSaloni best exhibitors! Salone del Mobile 2016 was a kind of “adventure of a lifetime”, an endless journey of home decor inspirations for every room: living room ideas, dining room ideas, entryway decor, bedroom decor…Today the basis of Coveted Magazine focus turns to CC Tapis new collection, which was designed by famous designers as StudioPepe and Palomba Serafini.
The personal approach and characteristics of the designers shines through in the final result of each project: the graphism of the new collection Credenza by Patricia Urquiola and Federico Pepe, the tactility of the projects Quadro Celeste by Studiopepe and Behind Surfaces by Federico Delrosso, the historical legacy of the lines and color for Aqua Alta by Zanellato/Bortotto, the architectural approach of the new Check Collection by Palomba Serafini Associati.
Discovered on Instagram, Segni Minimi, which translated means “simple marks” is a collection of drawings on paper. Essential, abstract and geometric designs where lines, figures and fields of color overlay each other.
Studiopepe takes their inspiration from archetypal graphic elements such as the numerical grid of the Quadrato Magico or Magic Square. The Magic square is a grid where the total of every row and colomn including the diagonal lines always adds-up to the same number. The use of the color becomes the contemporary break of a geometry dominated by shades of wool and natural tints.
CHECK is a journey from the figurative to the abstract. The project starts from the digital implementation of traditional decor broken-down into pixels which after a desaturation of color become transformed through a theoretical approach which is always towards the point, that is to say the knot that creates the rug.
A collection inspired by Moroccan Berber rugs, infused with the rigorous Viennese geometric graphics from the 20th century. A mixture of Nepalese flatweave and different pile heights, the effortless combination of cultures and knotting techniques make these contemporary rugs rich in texture and aesthetics.
Inspired by the razzle dazzle camouflage of the English Navy and 80’s primary chromatic interior color combinations. Utilizing a special twist-knot giving the rug soft and non-uniform colors.