Last week we posted our first instalment of highlights from this year’s Milan Furniture Fair.
Many of the highlights I picked – while beautiful, elegant and inventive – were also fabulous fun.
These joyous expressions of creativity in design might not always seem like they have a direct relationship with our homes and the environments that we actually live in – i.e. with the real world – but this is one of the places where we find the inspiration and stimulation which feeds into all of our interior design work.
Sometimes it’s not just about seeing different things, it’s about seeing things differently.
Here’s our second instalment of highlights…
Mixing sculpture, form, function and a piece of beautiful art in itself, Fusion by Joost van Bleiswijk of Kiki and Joost
Geo low table by Christophe Delcourt for Spotti
The sculptural A Slant of Light by Germans Ermics
Half Dome floor lamp by Naoto Fukasawa for Kettal
The Dining Chair by Space Copenhagen for Mater
The Lucent lamp and Hotaru collection by OEO Studio for Stellar Works
The gorgeous Contour chair in walnut by Børge Mogensen for Carl Hansen
Perfect Darkness by Elisa Ossino and Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer of H + O
Fretwork table by Cara Davide
The Coda lounge chair by Atelier de Troupe