Friday, May 01, 2015

Milan - Salone del Mobile: Spazio Rossana Orlandi

 Photograph courtesy Rossana Orlandi

Milan - Salone del Mobile: Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Damiano SpeltaMaschera Scuba Doo – limited edition of 5


Spazio Rossana Orlandi – The Courtyard – Emanuela Crotti  - cabinet – unique piece

Rossana Orlandi

Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Breakfast with 16Arita and designers Scholten and Baijings. Breakfast in the Rossana Orlandi courtyard  with designers Scholten and Baijings who presented their collection for 1616/Arita Japan porcelain brand.

  Stefan Scholten and Teruhiro Yanagihara

Spazio Rossana Orlandi – 1616/Arita Japan. 2016/ is a new brand producing contemporary porcelain objects for the home. 2016/ puts together the porcelain making skills of potteries in Arita, Japan with the talents of 16 international designers. The project is a collaboration between Saga prefecture in Japan and The Netherlands. In past centuries, The Netherlands has been a significant importer of Arita porcelain. Today, this unique and longstanding relationship has provided an important inspiration for reviving Aritayaki. Together, creative directors Teruhiro Yanagihara and Scholten and Baijings are leading a venture that incorporates the efforts of ten manufacturing companies and seven trading companies from Arita with 16 international designers.

Spazio Rossana Orlandi1616/Arita Japan – Tea with Georg – Georg Jensen – made in Arita - Scholten and Baijings
Nacho Carbonell
 Anotherview’s Marco Tabasso and Simone Farresin of Studio Formafantasma

Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Scarlet Splendour. The new luxury Indian brand Scarlet Splendour presented for the first time in Milan their collection of furniture and lamps designed by Matteo Cibic.
Above. Matteo Cibic with his The General cabinet from the Vanilla Noir collection “Reminiscent of the black and white movies of the silent era – classic yet fun.”
Scarlet Splendour – Sibling team Suman Kanodia and Ashish Bajoria are reflected in Matteo Cibic’s  - Woman in Paris dressing table
 Photograph courtesy Enrico Marone Cinzano
Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Enrico Marone Cinzano  - Armadillo cabinet de curiosites – glass, recycled polished steel and recovered black rubber – 2015.

Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Enrico Marone Cinzano.  As always with Marone Cinzano’s pieces, the “Armadillo” credenza is manufactured locally using recovered materials and traditional techniques. Encased in glass, “Armadillo” evokes “cabinet de curiosites”. The recycled polished steel and recovered black rubber used in the framing along with up-cycled wheels and steel mesh of the accordion mechanism suggest a modern interpretation of bio mimicry. True to the designer’s work, sustainability is brought about in a surprising and unconventional way.

Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Callico Wallpaper – BCXSY.  Calico Wallpaper has partnered with Amsterdam-based BCXSY to create Inverted Spaces, a new wallpaper concept inspired by archival NASA imagery. Inverted Spaces is a panoramic, immersive experience that is an exploration of celestial spaces, both imagined and real.
Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Astier de Villatte – John Derian. New designs by New York based designer John Derian enrich the Astier de Villatte collection with springtime drawings of flowers, starry skies, fruit and birds.

Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Piet Hein Eek. “This year we are presenting in the shop on the top floor at Rossana’s. We never really know what will be waiting for us when we arrive in Milan, but it always feels like coming home. It’s quite possibly the ideal location for the presentation this year, because this time, instead of showing a large number of big monumental objects, we’re presenting a lot of small products. In part these are the products that we have developed for our own collection, but we will also be showing a number of products that I designed for other brands: spectacles for EyeWear, clocks and watches for LEFF Amsterdam, printed stools and – literally hot off the press – Black Bricks Wallpaper and Burnt Wood Wallpaper for NLXL.” Piet Hein Eek.
Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Piet Hein Eek – Sunglasses - EyeWear
Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Piet Hein Eek – watches - LEFF Amsterdam

Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Piet Hein Eek – Stripe Lamp – brass – Piet Hein Eek

Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Piet Hein Eek – Plywood Print Stool – NLXL

Spazio Rossana Orlandi – Anotherview – Marco Tabasso, Robert Anderiessen and Tatiana Uzlova. Anotherview is an ongoing project that takes place between interior design and conceptual art.  The premise of the project is that a real window is given the ability to have a completely different view then what you’d expect.  While you are in gloomy, rainy day you could choose to see a beautiful beach in the summer or alternatively a stunning winter landscape in May.

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