The science of colors

Biochemistry guides progress at a molecular and genetic level. But also the color trends. Let's see how

Octave by Molteni, Design Vincent Van Duysen
Octave by Molteni, Design Vincent Van Duysen

The ColorWorks researches to identify the color trends include a special attention to the topic of bio-chemistry and of the genetic mutations made possible by new developments in scientific technology that turned upside down the personal dimension. While humankind has always studied, altered and replicated any material or chemical process on a basic level, now the same passion is applied to the study of living organisms. Biochemistry guides progress at a molecular and genetic level, to discover what defines the codes of life, i.e. DNA.

Raindrop by Antoniolupi - Design Calvi Brambilla
Raindrop by Antoniolupi, Design Calvi Brambilla

Antoniolupi | Raindrop
Designed by Calvi Brambilla, Raindrop is a shower head set into the ceiling (made in Flumood) that reproduces the image of the effect generated by a drop of rain hitting the surface of the water. The delicate concentric circles decrease their intensity as they increase their distance from the center, forming a sophisticated image on the ceiling, a natural decoration that wraps and protects the built-in shower head. Also coordinated in terms of color.

Ria by Fast, Design Alberto Lievore
Ria by Fast, Design Alberto Lievore

Fast | Ria
A new entry in the brand’s large seating family, Ria comes from the creativity of Alberto Lievore. Light, stackable, available in 14 colors, it is ideal for outdoor spaces: the die-cast aluminium (accessorized with cushions in fabric or eco-leather) guarantees
maximum resistance in time.

Livre by Gallotti&Radice, Design Federica Biasi
Livre by Gallotti&Radice, Design Federica Biasi

Gallotti&Radice | Livre
Conceived for lobbies and lounge areas, Livre embodies the finest Italian craftmanship, entirely manufactured in solid ash wood. Its ovoidal section gives a graceful touch to the base, that acquires a poetic nuance thanks to Japanese inspired graphics. A generous pillow sits on the base, adding a delicate wrapped feeling. Design Federica Biasi.

Self Bold by Rimadesio, Design Giuseppe Bavuso
Self Bold by Rimadesio, Design Giuseppe Bavuso

Rimadesio | Self Bold
In 2020 the Self Bold collection is enhanced by a version featuring an aluminum structure with platinum finish, platinum glass and a thick Calacatta marble top. Designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, the Self Bold sideboard is shaped by pure geometry. The design is based on different orthogonal pivots and coplanar details.

Five to Nine by Tacchini, Design Studiopepe
Five to Nine by Tacchini, Design Studiopepe

Tacchini | Five to Nine
Inspired by the furnishings that traditionally appeared in the ateliers of artists in the early 1900s, especially the daybed. The Five to Nine model by the Milan-based creative duo Studiopepe reinterprets this classic with the contemporary touch of roller cushions along its entire length (covered in leather or mohair velvet); the structure is in natural or painted wood, joined by the roller cushions, an armrest or a round table.

Oval by Trussardi Casa, Design Carlo Colombo
Oval by Trussardi Casa, Design Carlo Colombo

Trussardi Casa | Oval
A variegated, sophisticated collection to interpret the living area in the perfect style of the Maison. The Oval family (designed by Carlo Colombo) is composed of an armchair, a pouf, a chair, a coffee and side table, featuring a uniform graphic sign, the metal oval, and the profile of the Trussardi logo, in a new galvanic finish.

Macro Miami by Wallpepper
Macro Miami by Wallpepper

WallPepper® | Macro Miami
Nature, color, art, design: a combination of inspirations and sensations for the new collection of WallPepper® Group. The Macro Miami proposal also belongs to this dimension, with clear, multicolored floral references. Made to measure and personalized, the wallpapers in the series are made only with natural eco-compatible materials, containing no PVC.

Chelsea by Promemoria, Design Romeo Sozzi
Chelsea by Promemoria, Design Romeo Sozzi

Promemoria | Chelsea
A concentrate of modern comfort: this is the Chelsea chair designed by Romeo Sozzi. Starting with the structure, covered in black velvet with bronze details. A distinctive feature is the covering of the seat in needle punched silk with cashmere of the “Botanica e la Notte” collection, an upcycling project inspired by botany, developed by Promemoria in collaboration with Sergio Perrero, designer and textile artist.

Octave by Molteni, Design Vincent Van Duysen
Octave by Molteni, Design Vincent Van Duysen

Molteni&C | Octave
Designed by Vincent Van Duysen, Octave is a system of modular sofas featuring rigorous shapes. The project links back to the memorable design of the 1960s “made in USA” by leading architects and designers such as Mies van der Rohe, George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames. An approach marked by geometrical lines, based on mix & match modular elements that come together in linear or corner compositions, and with the addition of trapezoidal or rectangular pieces.