“Empathic” interior

When the colors of the furnishings remind us the importance of relationships and how to find happiness

Goldenwall by Inkiostro Bianco
Goldenwall by Inkiostro Bianco

Human beings are at the center of the color and social trends by ColorWorks, focusing on their empathetic and emotional ability to cope with the negative developments and information of current events. While there is the fear that that ability is weakening, the solution lies in relationships and affections, and even more in the rediscovery (or learning) of how to live happily. The color range reflecting this trend features strong accents: an intense green balanced by a soft mint tone, a luminous yellow alongside soft red, all the way to an intense ice blue.

Inkiostro Bianco | Goldenwall (on cover)
The Goldenwall collection, featuring supports coated with gold or pink gold leaf, has been expanded with new wallcoverings for 2020. A good example is the Brave model which conserves the distinctive character of the line, based on exploration of color on surfaces with a metallic effect, which depending on the hues and combinations, mixed with the glow of precious metals, bring unexpected effects of highlights and shadings.

Band by Kettal, Design Patricia Urquiola
Band by Kettal, Design Patricia Urquiola

Kettal | Band
Patricia Urquiola has designed the Band collection, intentionally defying classic lines to give rise to a conceptual project: the basic idea of a seat seen as an assembly of pieces, with a structure formed by repetitive geometric angles. The collection, composed of a dining chair and a club armchair, can be produced entirely in aluminium or teak, or with the Terrain Fabrics.

Forma by DeCastelli
Forma by DeCastelli

DeCastelli | Forma
Forma is available in 7 shape formats, from rectangular to square and even hexagonal. The distinctive feature of this line of compositional modules suitable for both small and large spaces is the great variety of formats and finishes. With the utmost attention to every detail, the modules are cut and finished by hand, ensuring the edges and corners of each piece are particularly smooth.

Jeko by Gervasoni, Design Paola Navone
Jeko by Gervasoni, Design Paola Navone

Gervasoni | Jeko
Among the 12 collections of the new Gervasoni Outdoor line, the Jeko collection is a new entry composed of seats, sofas – also with a canopy – large and small tables, with structure in ECOTeak. The exotic charm is accentuated by the material: the teak comes from controlled and authorized demolition of traditional wooden houses on the island of Java. Design Paola Navone.

Perigal by Listone Giordano
Perigal by Listone Giordano

Listone Giordano | Perigal
From the collaboration between the company and Paola Lenti, a brand of reference for outdoor furnishings, new variations of the Perigal collection in bright aqua, graphite, oil and teal tones, to create surfaces with brushstrokes of surprising color. Based on a 19th-century mathematical theorem, Perigal is composed of geometric modules that can now also be mounted on the wall, like paneling, as well as on the floor.

Anthemion by Mutaforma, Design Dylan Tripp
Anthemion by Mutaforma, Design Dylan Tripp

Mutaforma | Anthemion
Anthemion is the first collection created by floral designer Dylan Tripp for Mutaforma, a project that pays homage to the aristocratic charm of the planimetric vision of flowers, transforming their beauty on micro mosaic surfaces (made up of small-size tiles – the TILLA® glass shingles) thanks to the company’s know-how and technologies.

In-Out by Agape, Design Benedini Associati
In-Out by Agape, Design Benedini Associati

Agape | In-Out
A new solution in marble, for the bathtub series of the In-Out program (design Benedini Associati). The model in green Alpi marble stands out, but the item is also available in white Carrara, black Marquina and Emperador Dark. The steel sections combine multiple units in single products of remarkable size and play a decorative role as well.

Dado Curve by Andreu World, Design Alfredo Häberli
Dado Curve by Andreu World, Design Alfredo Häberli

Andreu World | Dado Curve
Dado Curve is the result of in-depth evolution of a sofa series designed by Alfredo Häberli. With versatile modular design, thanks to new items that expand compositional options – curves, corners, poufs – Dado becomes a complete system for insertion in private or collective spaces, offering enjoyable moments of relaxation.