The stylistic plurality of Clan Milano creations attracts everyone. Starting point, as well as undisputed feature of the collection, is the excellent craftsmanship – typical in Brianza; also, this feature is highly visible in the products presented within the Salone del Mobile.
During the Milanese kermesse, the Art Director Alessandro La Spada contaminated the six spaces of the booth with multiple symbolc references, from Baroque to the Seventies, but also with unusal material contrasts that interact with shapes and surfaces.
Functionality and purest aesthetic beauty characterize the products, born from the confluence of the creative appeal of Alessandro La Spada and woodworking virtuosity of Figli di Isacco Agostoni; the name of the brand specifies the elements that makes the two signs closed: «The clan is a physical and metaphorical place aggregating specific skills to face of a common goad: to give life to beautiful objects, working together to achieve excellence», explain the Art Director.
Masterpiece of the entire collection is Sierra Madre, sofa system that can extend indefinitely thanks to customizable modules that compose the soft and harmonious structure, delimited by an uneven ridge of backrest which recalls the South American mountain ranges.
Part of the soft furnitures are the comfortable armchairs Maya, with tribal decorations on the back. The dining room at the Rho Fiera’s booth has been enhanced by Mesa table – in round a version characterized by a light gray briar finish – and the Roca sideboard. The bed displaced in the sleeping area features clean lines enhanced by precious materials such as the silk that upholsters the headboard and bedframe.
The owner of the company, Marco Agostoni, underlines the importance of the partnership with Alessandro La Spada: «It is an incredible opportunity for us to strengthen our expertise in the design of interiors for public and private spaces, defining a tailored service based on the specific requirements of our customers».