MAISON&OBJET x RISING TALENT AWARDS @Rossana Orlandi
At each edition of MAISON&OBJET, the RISING TALENT AWARDS shine a spotlight on emerging designers from a specific country. During Milan Design Week 2019, MAISON&OBJET is proud to present a retrospective of the last 6 editions of this selection at the gallery run by Rossana Orlandi, renowned worldwide for her ability to spot and highlight emerging talents from all over the world.
Désormeaux / Carrette studio
The charm of the Paddock chair rests in the simplicity of its shapes and the advanced skill required to create it. It cuts through space with just a few simple lines, full of roundness, a composition of oblong shapes. Its oak frame supports a lightweight, graphic base. Crafted in a sandwiched material of 4 segments of wood curved at the edges, covered with foam and held together by 2 mm of felt, it offers both suppleness and firm support. Once they are placed on the frame, the articulated segments take shape, creating a comfortable, ergonomic seat.
FÄRG & BLANCHE
This lamps are made of a Brass structure and blown glass that creates organic cloud-like shapes. The lamps look like dough constraint by a wide metal net, where the dough is growing up thought the metal...
Sycamore and Lime hand adzed cabinet
The Troll chair was primarily conceived for generous comfort. Deconstructivism marries amorphic softness as the wooden structure acts as the skeleton for loosely stacked pillows. Its malleable anatomy naturally yields to each person's posture. Troll Seating collection is a veritable flock of creature comforts.
Marianne for Mingardo
A slim, elegant bookcase, a modular system with multiple possibilities. A project that is born not only to contain but also to furnish an environment with sophistication. A reinterpretation of the 60s sky earth bookcases with deliberately Art Decos accents. Marianne, named in homage to Marianne Brandt, a designer from the Bauhaus school, is presented at the Paris fair to underline the close relationship between the French capital and the birth of the Art Deco movement.