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At this time, the worldwide phenomenon Fifty Shades of Grey is taking all your attention, but after this buzz starts to slow down just a bit, your focus will be turned to the biggest worlwide furniture trade show phenomenon, iSaloni 2015 and Milan Design Week 2015! Amongst interior designers and designers, Milan Design Agenda just had some sort of delight with latest Milan Design Week 2015 news!
The Dutch design expert is designing a space based on the concept of “two opposite worlds” for the brand, which aims to act as a multi-sensory experience and a space comprising two separate zones where “rational and emotional meet.”
A teaser video clip posted on Wanders’s YouTube channel shows a focus on geometrical motifs and textures combined with organic shapes inspired by the natural world. Large screens create interplay of light and shade, and neutral hues are livened up with pops of primary color. Inspired by LG creativity, versatility and endless innovation:
“We have drawn up a space full of fantasy and surprise, where people can linger, enjoy and encounter the endless possibilities offered by the range of LG Hausys materials. We applied them in their full extension, from wall to floor, from covering to foil, and beyond. The most fun part was to really stretch the different materials’ possibilities all the way to the unexpected!” says Wanders.
The installation will be on show from April 13-17 at Superstudio Group, Milan.
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