Milan Design Week 2021
The permanence of aesthetics.
An interesting interview by Laura Galimberti about the studio work.
Here, the full article.
Palù, bedside collection
Palù collection is inspired by nature, its soft and embracing shapes. The bedside table and bench give an idea of small architectures, characterized by the linear play between solids and voids.
The curvilinear nature of a sequence of wooden rods generates the space: the frame embraces suspended volumes such as the padded seat or the drawer. In the bedside table, the round drawer in regenerated leather is rotating towards the bed, becoming a second shelf.
The idea came from looking for an informal but comfortable seat, with an essential but expressive line. The reference of the horse saddle seemed fascinating. The seat has a miter cut in the front that lets you lean forward while working at your desk and therefore relieving the back muscles. It’s an object that has the immediacy of a pouf but allows for a more ergonomic posture.
ID PORTRAIT on IDEAT
In this beautiful interview, Camilla Péus talks about the studio work.
“Raffaella Mangiarotti is one of the most sought after industrial designers in Europe. She gives smart functions and a graceful appearance to home appliances and residential objects .”
Here, the article.
ARPER, AN INTERVIEW FOR IN HOUSE MAGAZINE
An interview by Valentina Croci about the future of living and working space.
We speak about the increasingly fluidity of spaces, the openeness and the intimacy, the functions and the interaction needs.