It’s hard to gauge the exact scale of the Salone del Mobile furniture fair in Milan — where most international design brands and studios debut their annual collections — because it encompasses both the city’s fairgrounds and also hundreds of nearby pop-up shows in galleries, retail spaces and even an abandoned panettone factory. But it certainly feels more ambitious each year, at least in terms of the work on view. Last week’s fair featured no fewer than five presentations by the Milan-based design firm Dimore Studio; a sprawling Kvadrat show with a restaurant, a flower field and two Jean Prouvé cabins; and a major interactive interiors installation by Google developed in partnership with neuroscientists. Not to mention the ever-growing, ever-more-elaborate involvement of the world’s biggest fashion brands, which this year included Tod’s — the company presented full-size yurts, huts and other archetypal shelters reimagined by the architect Andrea Caputo — and Louis Vuitton, who debuted the latest collection from its Objets Nomades series of travel-inspired furnishings. Here, our 13 other highlights.
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The Italian curator Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte recently launched a design residency program at the century-old Milanese foundry Fonderia Artistica Battaglia and chose as his first subject the Stockholm-based designer Anton Alvarez, who used a special machine to extrude huge noodles of wax that were then cast in bronze using a lost-wax technique. The results debuted last week in the 5Vie district inside a private 15th-century church, open to Salone visitors for the very first time.
Though they look like simple, free-form marble tables, the pieces in Studio Binocle’s Six Tableaux series have an entertaining back story that made the series a favorite. Challenged to design a dining table by a client who didn’t like anything on the market, the architect Lorenzo Bini attempted to avoid making a piece too boring or too pretentious by creating an amoeba-shaped tabletop that he called “an impudent rip-off” of one of Ellsworth Kelly’s leaf drawings. Five more versions soon followed, traced directly from details of works by Louise Bourgeois, Cy Twombly, Christopher Wool and others.
The French-Italian rug brand CC-Tapis has made a habit of inviting up-and-coming designers to translate their aesthetics into striking floor coverings each year, and this collection was no exception. The standouts were soft, irregularly shaped gradient rugs by the Amsterdam-based designer Germans Ermics and a trippy harlequin grid series by Martino Gamper.
This year marked the fourth edition of Doppia Firma, a project by Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte and Living Corriere della Sera that pairs designers with highly skilled craftspeople to create a collaborative object. The highlight was a stained-glass-and-marble floor lamp by Maarten de Ceulaer and the Belgian glass purveyor Atelier Mestdagh, but we also spotted a nice take on one of the fair’s most ubiquitous objects this year — a room divider — by the designer Vito Nesta and the wallpaper artisans at San Patrignano.
Though it officially launched with a tiny preview last year, Far, the Nilufar gallery’s new offshoot dedicated to experimental contemporary work, got a proper introduction last week, taking over the majority of Nilufar’s Depot space with pieces by 10 different designers. The work, curated by Studio Vedèt, was memorable, especially the pieces by Julien Manaira and Odd Matter, but so was the scenography: a landscape of enormous plastic exhibition bubbles dreamed up by Space Caviar.
Every two years, Flos builds a massive booth at Salone del Mobile that inevitably fills up with crushing stampedes of curious people. The stampede is usually justified — as it was this year by four key releases: an enormous chandelier of interlocking leather parabolas by Formafantasma, a poetic curved track-lighting system by Michael Anastassiades, the resurrection of Mario Bellini’s 1964 flat-pack Chiara lamp and a brilliantly sculptural outdoor lighting collection by Nendo.
This year, rather than just presenting commercial products, Artek showcased a playful initiative called the FIN/JPN Friendship Collection. It’s a group of six projects that represent various thoughtful mergers of Finnish and Japanese design, from new versions of Aalto’s Stool 60 — including one with Technicolor tops by the Tokyo architect Jo Nagasaka and another that was indigo-dyed by the Japanese workshop Buaisou — to a bench by the designer Koichi Futatsumata that channels the shared public bathing traditions of the two countries.
If this year’s show felt short on new discoveries, a clear exception was Kabinet, a brand founded just months ago by two young designers interested in revitalizing the craft industry in the Veneto region of Italy. The line stood out for its contemporary take on sumptuous materials like burl wood, tortoiseshell and mohair.
“No Man’s Land” by Kvadrat and Raf Simons was not just an exhibition but a destination; visitors came not only to see Simons’s sixth collection for the textile brand — corduroy, shimmering or speckled bouclés — but also to taste food from a pop-up outpost of the London restaurant Rochelle Canteen, gaze at a field of wildflowers installed by the Belgian florist Mark Colle and wander around the Jean Prouvé prefab cabins that were part of the presentation’s elaborate mise-en-scène.
One of the best projects on view at Satellite, the section of the Salone fairgrounds dedicated to showcasing young designers, wasn’t furniture at all but Zurich-based Marie Schumann’s luminous wall hangings. Made from ombré cotton or polyester and draped threads of metallic Lurex, they were almost three dimensional, more like artworks than textile designs.
The American artist Matthew Day Jackson showed three versions of his loopy new table and chairs for the Finnish brand Made by Choice. Arranged within three color-coded rooms, the pieces came in bright green; black, with a subtle rainbow sheen; and a more conservative natural wood. Jackson engineered the tables’ legs to work entirely by an elaborate system of interlocking parts, so that no tools or screws are needed to take the table apart or put it back together again.
The New York-based designer Bec Brittain’s angular Heron lamps — particularly a version in pink and gray stone — were the stars of the Carrara-based marble brand Mmairo’s small but admirable collection, along with new tables by Karen Chekerdjian and an architectural table lamp by Niko Koronis.
The Parisian design publicist David Giroire decided to become his own client at this year’s fair, joining with the creative director Jerome Bazzocchi to start an ambitious new furniture brand dedicated to making limited-edition works by lesser-known talents. Called Theoreme Editions, its first collection features a chubby shearling chair balanced on a copper cube by Pool, a colored resin console by Francesco Balzano and a huge pebble-shaped floor mirror by Joris Poggioli.B:
苏联电报码查询【小】【竹】【因】【为】【有】【了】【身】【孕】，【又】【跟】【着】【皇】【上】【连】【日】【里】【奔】【波】【劳】【累】，【在】【准】【备】【离】【开】【前】，【突】【然】【肚】【子】【不】【舒】【服】，【赵】【宇】【见】【了】，【担】【心】【得】【不】【得】【了】，【赶】【紧】【去】【求】【金】【国】【王】【后】，【让】【她】【请】【了】【王】【宫】【里】【的】【御】【医】【前】【来】【替】【小】【竹】【诊】【脉】。 【御】【医】【诊】【过】【脉】【之】【后】，【告】【知】【小】【竹】【是】【因】【为】【劳】【累】【和】【担】【忧】，【故】【而】【动】【了】【胎】【气】，【建】【议】【她】【卧】【榻】【休】【息】，【切】【不】【可】【再】【奔】【波】，【否】【则】【肚】【里】【的】【孩】【子】【有】【危】【险】。 【赵】【宇】【听】
“【你】【看】【他】【爸】，【老】【是】【这】【样】，【疯】【疯】【癫】【癫】【的】【成】【何】【体】【统】，【吃】【你】【的】【菜】【吧】！”【左】【梅】【又】【塞】【了】【一】【块】【排】【骨】【到】【朴】【建】【勇】【嘴】【里】。 【李】【冰】【说】：“【可】【别】【这】【么】【说】，【叔】【叔】……【不】，【爸】【爸】【很】【可】【爱】【的】。” “【他】【可】【爱】【个】【屁】，【整】【天】【烦】【死】【了】！” 【朴】【京】【有】【些】【难】【过】，【说】：“【妈】，【你】【别】【这】【么】【说】【爸】。” “【我】【就】【说】【他】【了】，【当】【初】【要】【是】【早】【些】【退】【出】【股】【市】【这】【个】【泥】【塘】，【也】【不】【会】【把】
【宙】【斯】。 【跪】【下】【了】！ 【雷】【神】【索】【尔】【傻】【眼】【了】！ 【炽】【天】【使】，【懵】【逼】【了】！ 【张】【婉】【清】【此】【时】【也】【是】【睁】【开】【了】【眼】，【傻】【傻】【的】【看】【着】，【自】【己】【儿】【时】【敬】【畏】【的】【宇】【宙】【之】【主】，【骇】【然】【欲】【死】！ 【宇】【宙】【之】【主】，【给】【他】【们】【跪】【下】【了】！？ 【或】【者】【说】，【给】【古】【玄】【跪】【下】【了】！！？ 【不】【可】【思】【议】！ 【然】【而】，【宙】【斯】【面】【色】【并】【没】【有】【任】【何】【的】【不】【妥】，【抬】【起】【头】【来】，【看】【着】【古】【玄】，【道】：“【九】【玄】【魔】
【到】【了】【傍】【晚】【暮】【食】【时】【分】，【晋】【军】【四】【周】【的】【胡】【汉】【营】【地】【中】，【传】【出】【来】【大】【量】【的】【炙】【烤】【肉】【食】【的】【香】【气】，【这】【就】【让】【以】【粗】【粮】【为】【继】【的】【数】【万】【晋】【军】【个】【个】【都】【人】【心】【骚】【动】【起】【来】。 【许】【多】【的】【晋】【军】【士】【兵】，【纷】【纷】【开】【始】【猜】【测】【胡】【汉】【营】【中】【炙】【烤】【的】【肉】【食】，【到】【底】【是】【羊】【肉】，【还】【是】【猪】【肉】，【抑】【或】【是】【牛】【肉】，【不】【管】【是】【猜】【测】【什】【么】【肉】【的】【人】，【都】【闻】【着】【香】【味】【吞】【咽】【着】【口】【水】。 【只】【不】【过】，【这】【些】【被】【烤】【肉】【香】【气】【引】【诱】苏联电报码查询【杨】【欣】【莹】【冷】【静】【了】【下】【来】，【把】【眼】【泪】【和】【鼻】【涕】【全】【都】【弄】【在】【了】【肖】【海】【的】【衣】【服】【上】，【然】【后】【脸】【红】【了】。【嘴】【上】【还】【是】【不】【饶】【人】【地】【讲】：“【我】【怎】【么】【知】【道】【你】【说】【的】【是】【真】【的】【还】【是】【假】【的】？【万】【一】【你】【是】【骗】【我】【的】【怎】【么】【办】？” “【你】【的】【手】【机】【借】【我】【用】【一】【下】。”【肖】【海】【松】【开】【了】【一】【些】，【脖】【子】【上】【被】【咬】【的】【地】【方】【传】【来】【阵】【阵】【隐】【痛】。 【杨】【欣】【莹】【不】【解】【地】【看】【着】【他】，【但】【还】【是】【把】【自】【己】【的】【手】【机】【给】【了】【他】。“【你】【要】
【被】【眼】【下】【的】【事】【一】【耽】【搁】，【紫】【轩】【蝶】【已】【经】【跑】【往】【前】【飞】【没】【影】【了】，【兰】【梦】【瑶】【心】【中】【很】【是】【着】【急】，【直】【接】【翻】【了】【个】【白】【眼】。 “【本】【姑】【娘】【眼】【下】【没】【空】【跟】【你】【啰】【嗦】，【只】【一】【句】【话】，【不】【想】【死】【的】【立】【刻】【滚】！” 【若】【是】【从】【前】，【她】【兴】【许】【会】【有】【兴】【致】【跟】【他】【们】【周】【旋】【一】【番】，【毕】【竟】【被】【追】【杀】【之】【人】【是】【殷】【浩】【轩】【唯】【一】【承】【认】【的】【弟】【弟】，【哦】【不】，【是】【曾】【经】【的】【弟】【弟】，【她】【遇】【上】【了】，【不】【问】【出】【个】【所】【以】【然】【来】【怎】【么】【都】【说】
【季】【景】【渝】【马】【上】【更】【正】。 “【菲】【儿】【并】【不】【是】【你】【的】【皇】【后】，【她】【一】【直】【是】【我】【的】【妻】【子】!” “……” 【凤】【天】【鸣】【摇】【了】【摇】【头】，【紧】【接】【着】【他】【自】【嘲】【的】【大】【笑】【道】：“【原】【来】【所】【有】【的】【人】【都】【当】【我】【是】【一】【个】【傻】【子】【似】【的】【愚】【弄】，【看】【来】【沐】【朝】【云】【有】【身】【孕】【的】【事】【也】【是】【假】【的】【吗】？” “【确】【实】【如】【此】，【而】【且】【菲】【儿】【并】【没】【有】【跟】【你】【有】【过】****，【和】【你】【有】【过】****【的】【人】【其】【实】【只】【不】【过】【是】【一】【个】
“【苏】【道】【友】，【你】【们】【来】【这】【显】【海】【应】【该】【有】【段】【时】【间】【了】【吧】？” 【见】【到】【苏】【风】【逍】【处】【理】【完】【了】【事】【情】【过】【来】【后】，【离】【央】【问】【出】【了】【心】【中】【的】【疑】【惑】，【看】【他】【们】【猎】【杀】【海】【妖】【的】【情】【形】，【定】【然】【是】【对】【这】【片】【海】【域】【有】【所】【了】【解】，【而】【显】【海】【海】【域】【这】【般】【浩】【瀚】，【想】【要】【有】【所】【了】【解】【至】【少】【要】【定】【居】【相】【当】【长】【的】【一】【段】【时】【间】【才】【可】。 【而】【当】【初】【二】【人】【分】【别】【时】，【苏】【风】【逍】【是】【第】【一】【时】【间】【回】【到】【族】【中】【的】，【因】【为】【从】【他】【遭】【到】【赵】