Last year, CovetED Magazine created a unique distinction, called CovetED Awards which aims to celebrate the best achievements in design that are shown within prestigious furniture trade fairs, including Maison et Objet and Salone del Mobile. The 4th edition of the award was hosted at iSaloni and was comprised of 15 categories. Today, Paris Design Agenda will let you know the recipients of this exceptional award, so take a look.
Once visitors go to Lladró’s showroom they are immediately bestowed with unique designs, including the spectacular Winged Fantasy-a limited edition, geoemtric Panthers of the Origami series, the Paradise Vase, the Mondrian console from Boca do Lobo, and many other historic art porcelain designs and objects.
The extensive and sophisticated 2018 collections presents exotic patterns, including a banana leaf motif, are combined with the new lynx and zebra prints, while natural elements, such as Monstera leaves become the metallic decorative elements embellishing lamps, coffee tables and dressers.
The main aspects that fascinated us in Paolo Castelli’s astonishing bedroom design was its harmonious and complementary character. It also perfectly balances classic elements with contemporary details.
At iSaloni 2018, Gervasoni opted to present a more nature-inspired stand. One of the most stunning pieces is the Black lamp, which is made in black bamboo, raw brass frame, central base in cast iron as well as opal glass diffuser, and many other enticing characteristics.
Available in several versions and matching of finishes, the UFO table is best characterised by its elegance and evergreen oval or round design.
“In the leaves I have acknowledged the opportunity to group together, join up and follow a shape” this was the inspiration behind the magnificent Foliae wall lamp as well as the rest of the collection, designed by Roberto Mora.
Designed by the extraordinary Eero Saarinen for Knoll, the comforting oasis Womb Chair in marvelous tones of red is a mid-century classic that is able to offer support in countless positions.
This spectacular piece mirrors the logic and coherence of nature. Its design references the spiralling motif of seashells. It combines two interlocking elements carved from a block of onyx. The transparent acrylic material amplifies depth and complexity through a flawless display of refractions while the solid stone conveys stability and balance to the overall design.
Edra has created a series of innovative tables with alabaster top in different heights and colours. Its edges are irregular and jagged, making it seem like islands if you look from afar.
Sources: CovetED Magazine