Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano Hall 10 Stand A03/B01
For the Salone del Mobile 2019 Ethimo thought its space like a welcoming and creative enviroment where the materials were the protagonists together with the sophisticated elegance of the disconnected shapes of nature.
The large green walls harmoniously highlight the surprising tribal spirit in the lines of the Rafael collection, designed by Paola Navone. An original idea with an unusual look, and strong design and materials, in which all the elements have their own personality and combine with each other to create harmonious and eclectic compositions. The generous proportions of the seats and the sun lounger, in scratched teak, combine with the texture of the soft cushions – in three different colours – to create natural and comfortable nests. The tops of the coffee tables, in glazed lava stone or statuario marble, place an emphasis on the material aspect of the entire line.
Ethimo presented the Concreto line of tables by Luca Nichetto. Designed for the contract market and perfect for residential use, they have a solid concrete base and a functional aluminium structure that supports the table tops, which are available in both ceramic and teak. During the Milan Design Week, Ethimo presented a new lighting design. The entertaining Milk lamp, designed by Emmanuel Gallina, combines a pop soul with an innovative solar energy recharging system.
In this year’s Salone del Mobile, Ethimo has also expanded many of its lines. Ribot, a new extendible table designed by Marc Sadler, has a sleek outline combined with the functionality of its smooth opening mechanism. The dimensional energy of the slats that make up the table top lends a contemporary touch to the distinctive timeless feeling of teak.
Kilt, a small armchair created in collaboration with Marcello Zialiani, reveals its lounge essence by transforming itself into a large chair in teak with stretched rope edging – an elegant, sophisticated and comfortable item, in which the combination of materials is a harmony of form and function.
The Grand Life collection, designed by Christopher Pillet, also includes a sun lounger. Simple but refined, it recalls the details of the entire collection. The large soft cushions welcome the body and are supported by a surface of plaited rope and a solid teak structure.
Ethimo has confirmed its identity in this very special event, presenting new trends, and conveying an idea of outdoor furniture in which the material is the focus and the details are essential elements.
Thank you for making our “Salone” so special. See you again next year!