Pristine like snow, pure and crystal clear like the spirit of Christmas. It is white that embellishes the most awaited and magical moment of the year, transmitting all its elegance and refinement to the living space.
In the Christmas collection, furnishings, lights and decorative objects become tinged with white, among design icons that never go out of fashion and the most exclusive creations from the best furniture brands: Gubi, Gufram, Kartell, Oluce and Vitra.
From the very first look, Pacha by Gubi recalls the softness of clouds. And this was precisely the intention of its designer, Pierre Paulin, who wanted to create an armchair that would give the impression of "sitting on clouds". With its curved lines and generous and comfortable shapes, Pacha is able to convey a magical and relaxing atmosphere, further enhanced by the pristine colour, which recalls the white of the softest snow.
The Louis Ghost chair is one of Philippe Starck's masterpieces for Kartell, thanks to his ability to reinterpret Louis XV's baroque armchair to the point of making it almost unrecognizable. Its effect is all the more amazing and fascinating the more its evanescent and crystalline image emerges, embellishing the Christmas table like a precious frame envelops a work of art.
Chair, stool, toy, decorative object: Rabbit by Qeeboo is all this and more. A piece of furniture that does not want to go unnoticed, designed by Stefano Giovannoni with the aim of utilising industrial design to create a fun and ironic object. Also available in brighter colours, the white version recalls the imaginary character of the White Rabbit, making it a perfect gift for children to find underneath the Christmas tree.
A slightly oval shape, a transparent crystal diffuser and faceted surface which plays with light and its reflections. The Planet family of lamps by Tokujin Yoshioka for Kartell arouses the warmest and most evocative atmosphere, whether placed on the edge of a heated swimming pool or on the most refined dining tables decorated for the Christmas holidays.
A timeless design icon that makes every Christmas unique and special. Its story begins in 1977, the year of its conception by Vico Magistretti and the year in which the very concept of abat-jour is revolutionised. Over time, Atollo by Oluce has become "the archetype of the table lamp", characterised by the harmonious contrast of different geometric shapes: cylinder, cone, and semi-sphere. The acid-etched opal blown glass version is a true symbol of style and sophistication.
An object that seems to have come from the images of anatomy books. Love in bloom is a heart-shaped porcelain vase, literally, born from the inspiration of the designer Marcantonio and made by Seletti. The most classic of the symbols of love, reinterpreted in a modern but equally romantic version.
Cactus is the manifesto of free interpretation: it can fulfill its function as a coat stand, but it can also simply decorate and subvert the domestic landscape. Born from the creative genius of Guido Drocco and Franco Mello in 1972 for Gufram, Cactus soon became a classic of Italian design and a symbol of 1970s style, "questioning the static and rigid world of interior design".
The combinations can be potentially infinite, as are the rooms and eras to which Corniches perfectly adapts. The design by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra has created a series of shelves, display surfaces and bookcases, with the intention of giving life to original and dynamic constellations. Not in the sky, but on the walls of our own houses.
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