I had the great pleasure of watching @Yellowtrace – Dana Tomic Hughes’ talk and show us her take on the Milan Design Week with best in the world of interiors. This year there was an exceptional fusion of art and design coming together in a rethought of how homes will be looking and the latest trends coming through in the next few years. Some of the trends that we will see coming through are:-
1. Sculptured Carrera Marble
Sculpted Carrera Marble furniture to last the test of time
Images of:- Clique-editions table – Ventura Lambrate, Marsotto – Arena by Jasper Morrison
2. Cubist Framin
Cubes and strong squares lines framing products or spaces featued strongly at Milan Design Week 2014 whether it be in the installations or designed into products.
Images of:- 1. Dejana Kabiljo – ‘fences, bed’ at Superstudio 2. Baccarat – French Art 3. Jacopo Foggini – Rossana Orlani 4. CoBonjour – Biagetti’s studio, Atelier Biagetti 5. Installation – Cos-x-nendo @milandesignweek 2014 6. Frame Stools by Hayon Studio
3. Island Kitchens and Baths
Raw Edges collaborates with Caesar stone on islands known for its manufacturing of quartz worktopsthat can be applied to a number of domestic and commercial applications. Wanting to push the boundaries of their product, they employed London-based studio raw edges to reconsider the ‘surface’ in the context of the home. The result is ‘islands’ a series of modular pieces that utilizes Caesar stone instead to create three-dimensional structures — a display of cabinetry, appliances or separate containers.
Images courtesy of Ceasarstone.
The reconfigurable kitchen with sliding units were also featured at Milan Design Week. Alessandro Isola’ The Cut Kitchen will appeal and suit every Australian’s lifestyle with more we combine living/dining and entertaining from our kitchens.@Yellowtrace @cearsarstone @designtraderco @rawedges