During Milan Design Week, the company Promemoria, which this year celebrates its first 30 years of life, has selected a dual location for presenting its own collection Indigo Tales: the flagship store in via Bagutta and for the first time ever, Salone del Mobile.Milano, the perfect stage for consolidating and bolstering the brand’s quest for internationalisation.
For Indigo Tales, Romeo Sozzi has designed pieces such as Laos, a cupboard with glass doors and a blue-painted maple exterior, with a full blue-painted oak interior, Cora, a bookshelf with light grey mahogany shelves and medium smooth bronze supports, Pullman, a sofa featuring an anthracite beech base and fabric cover, also available in a corner version, and Zip.ico, a table lamp in an aluminium shell, an innovative material for Promemoria, with a cotton lampshade, featuring Icosaedro technology, the company’s very own patented modular LED source.
Davide Sozzi Nila has designed a console with a medium smooth bronze base and brown mahogany top, as well as
Edon, a low dark smooth bronze table.
Lastly, we pay homage to Massimo Morozzi and his original, fabric covered armchair Bomb, available in different colour variations.