Désirée, the Gruppo Euromobil brand of padded furniture, will attend the Salone Internazionale with a host of original novelties.
BOÈ, DESIGN JAI JALAN
This designer, whose working philosophy expresses a will to create functional products that ‘pamper’, has conceived this sofa as a warm, beguiling embrace. Based on dynamic curves, BOÈ is an intimate, cosy model, a single piece with airy lines; its shape recalls a shell on a minimal metal base.
The comfort it provides varies continuously according to the way it is arranged; 360° dynamism that causes its aesthetics to change constantly according to the observer’s position. This feature makes BOÈ an elegant statement in the centre of a room, maintaining its strong personality also when sharing a decor project with other furniture.
EASTON, DESIGN MATTEO THUN & ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ
Proportions, comfort and essentiality are the words that identify the new Easton modular sofa.
Its modularity is made up of many padded elements that ensure freedom of expression when creating compositions for the home.
The exclusive painted aluminium structure holds and suspends the imposing armrests and backrests of the same dimensions, and soft, eye-catching cushions, to create the beautifully well-balanced, refined item that is Easton.
MONOPOLI, DESIGN MARC SADLER
Monopoli, a seating system that has made its mark due to the mobile backrests and armrests that can be moved and placed wherever the customer likes, now has new elements which make it even easier to compose a sofa customised for each person.
The new slim, linear backrests (1 element) and corner ones (2 zippered elements) can be freely positioned. With the reduced depth of 28cm, they can also be used on 95cm deep seats and guarantee cosier comfort, particularly for the corner elements, due to the zip used to regulate opening.
The seat on Monopoli 2019 is an irregular end element that brings renewed vivacity to the whole sofa.
Monopoli, therefore, is confirmed as flexible seating with a strong personality, like a trend setter that does not slavishly follow fashion, but interprets it in its own way.
AVÌ, DESIGN JAI JALAN
The Avì armchair completes the collection of sofas with the same name, maintaining the pleasant curved lines that recall an enticing shell that embraces the soft cushions on the seat and backrest.
Avì has two refined versions, with fabric or leather removable covers, featuring an elegant swivel base comprising a matt bronze painted round metal plate, which can also be provided with an optional bright chrome-plated, metal ring.
NEMU, DESIGN SETSU & SHINOBU ITO
Nemu is not just a simple occasional table, it’s a live object. The textured glass top with an irregular underside achieved by casting, creates a ‘hand-made’ effect, typical of products crafted in the furnaces of Murano, the Venetian island famous throughout the world for its quality glass making.
This minimalist, airy collection comprises elements in three dimensions. The structure of Nemu is in metal rod with a burnished nickel finish, and the circular tops are in extra light transparent glass or heat formed in the colours ice, bronze and anthracite.
ARLON, DESIGN MATTEO THUN & ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ
These occasional tables feature a square section metal structure with matt gold finish, just like the base of the sofa of the same name.
Arlon is an essential, elegant complementary item with rounded corners, featuring special finishes and material thicknesses.
The tops are inserted into the upper ring and can be glossy lacquered in a choice of colours or in plain or ribbed glass with an elegant touch effect.
The different heights of the tables can mix with each other or the sofa, creating a pattern of transparency, voids and full spaces.
SISTEMI IMAGE, DESIGN ROBERTO GOBBO
Presented for the first time at last year’s Salone del Mobile, the elegant, airy IMAGE bookcase now has new, exclusive solutions.
In particular, it can be equipped with storage containers provided with different types of openings, to fit into the geometric grid featuring an asymmetrical effect of voids and full spaces.
In addition, the colour scheme that coordinates the attractive embossed gold finish of the structure and the Fenix Cortex Gold used for the containers recalls Venetian atmospheres, the leitmotiv proposed by Désirée for the 2019 edition of the Salone del Mobile.