It was obvious that Patricia Urquiola’s signature was a constant in recent years, both in the world of interior design and architecture. In recent days, however, her name has gone around Milan, and around the world.
In fact, Urquiola has signed a very long list of projects and collaborations, with numerous design brands, which participated in the show. His name was everywhere, and his creativity skyrocketed.
From Flos to Cc Tapis, from De Padova to Moroso, only one constant: its organic language. Sinuous lines, never rigid, always comfortable and accommodating, as if matter won over logic.
The materials are warm, enveloping and the colors are never dull, dusty at times but pungent in other ways, comfort comes first without ever abandoning that touch of sophistication. Its vitality and creative energy shape the design.
Below are just some of the new products and projects presented by the designer for this Salone 2022.
Venus by CC Tapis
The new version, with delicate hues, of a rug that looks like a dreamlike design with soft shapes that recall femininity.
Photo by Simona Pavan and CC Tapis
Almendra by Flos
This lamp, designed for Flos, is a hymn to lightness and nature. A return to the botanical world, which can be read in the very design of the object, available in several versions. In fact, it seems to admire a branch with its leaves, floating, suspended, in the atmosphere.
Photo by Tommaso Sartori
Sengu Bold by Cassina
A modular sofa, extended to meet and share. The soft volumes of the seats are enhanced, in lines and shapes, by bright colors and fabrics.
Photo by Cassina
Cassina Sestiere Vases by Cassina
Colored glass, woven from a well-defined sculptural design, which embraces the vases to preserve their poetics.
Photo by Cassina
Hybrida by Caselli Real Capodimonte Factory
A line of sinuous ceramics, which tell the story of continuous experimentation to enhance a historical material of our tradition.
Photos by Alessandra Mustilli and Studio Urquiola
Anorak by Moroso
The strength of this sofa is its wearability and versatility. Every single element that makes up the sofa can in fact be disassembled, the padding is in fact not fixed to the structure but can be completely removed.
Photo by Moroso
Plumon table by Kettal
This line of tables was designed in 3D, and specially printed in the same way, to give shape to the infinite modeling possibilities. In fact, the legs themselves represent sculptural objects, unique in their shape and composition.
Photo by Kettal