While Milan fervor has cooled a bit, we are still reeling from all the wonderful design we saw last week. Here are some of our favorite upholstered seating designs from Salone del Mobile and around Milan Design Week.
DESIGNER: Vincent Van Duysen
Clean and oversized, Step by Vincent Van Duysen for Viccarbe shines with contrast stitching and attention to detail.
2. Bikini Landscape
DESIGNER: Werner Aisslinger
This delightful vignette by Werner Aisslinger for Moroso, Bikini Landscape is playful and a treat for the eyes.
DESIGNER: Konstantin Grcic
Traffic by Konstantin Grcic for Magis has angles and lines that nod to modern design while bringing something entirely new to the design landscape.
Such a simple detail, yet Peg by Nendo's wood thread through upholstery is a pleasant and unexpected visual surprise.
5. Catch Chair
DESIGNER: Jaime Hayon
Jaime Hayon's signature curves are applied here in this luxurious side chair for &Tradition.
6. Cut Chair
DESIGNER: Francesco Rota
A contract chair that doesn't abandon style and thrives on versatility, Cut Chair by Lapalma has an array of legs and finishes that make it suitable for any commercial interior.
7. Raw Edges
Inventive and visually brand new, Raw Edges' form is defined by the very fabric it's made of.
8. Sofa collection
DESIGNER: Barber Osgerby
A new classic, Barber Osgerby designed an architectural, yet soft and inviting Sofa collection for American favorite Knoll.
DESIGNER: Sebastian Herkner
What sets Talo apart is its unexpected upholstery details by wunderkind Sebastian Herkner for Sancal.
DESIGNER: Kensaku Oshiro
Another great form for commercial settings, Brix is generous and upholstered in seat and arm.
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