The maximalist style gains space in the week of design

“More and more”. Jokes aside, maximalism (albeit out of the limelight for a time) has never lost its majesty and continues with captive followers. Proof of this is that, year after year, year after year, style always appears in entire products or collections presented by the most fashionable brands and signed by daring and exuberant names in world design.

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Thus, the Fuorisalone 2021, which has HAUS as its exclusive media partner, also presents its selection of pieces that stand out for their power to fill your eyes with their colors, mixtures of patterns and textures and voluptuous shapes.

See five of them featured at the digital event!

Julie Red

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The dining chair, signed by the designer Chiara Provasi, has a red velvet back and front upholstered with the same patterned fabric. Animal footprint. In solid beech, the legs have harmonious curves and a matte finish.

Casarialto

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Sculptural, Michela Nardin’s bench is inspired by the old benches on which circus lions acted. The piece is handcrafted from seven thousand tiles (also hand-cut) in black, white and 24K gold.

Savana

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The coffee table has a centennial cedar top, treated with resins and acrylics to highlight the natural grain and imperfections of the wood, which at the same time gives it a contemporary and “primitive” texture. For the feet, the artists Marzia De Lorenzi and Monica Cortesi, from ROU Materiaal, opted for a rectangular wooden base with a matte and aged gold finish, the base can also be customized.

Laura’s dreams

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Lush. This is the word that defines the chandelier signed by Valentina Giovando, produced in metal, fabric and crystals, the piece also presents sequin flowers in a daring and imposing proposal.

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Food dishes

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Irregular. Fun. Colorful. Creative There are several adjectives for ceramic dinner plates produced and painted by Pierfrancesco Solimene.

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