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Piero Lissoni will introduce at Imm cologne 2016 a Japanese mood collection, and the new proposals from this famous Italian interior design will knock out every visitor! Geometrics, abstract, metaphysical, decorative, sophisticated, en plein air: Living Divani, a top italian furniture brand, unveil his home concept for 2016 at IMM Cologne 2016!
Under a sparkling and dynamic cascade of lights, a wide living area, heart of the booth designed by Piero Lissoni, welcomes the visitor guiding him through the elegant bedroom and then to the dining room: ambiances of a rigorous beauty, to present the collection’s best-sellers and latest novelties, precious objects with exquisite details that warm up thoughts.
The Rod family, with its distinctive slender back and light, airy shell, lined with inviting cushions enhanced with quilted details and bold buttons, grows up. Proposed until today in set dimensions, as an armchair, bench and two- or three-cushion sofa and in two different depths, Rod is now available in a modular version to build new spatial solutions and made-to-measure compositions. Elegance, lightness and the possibility to mix finishes with striking two-tone and two-material effects and captivating leather/fabric combination.
The new flat weave rugs collection designed by mist-o, the Italian-Japanese duo composed by Tommaso Nani and Noa Ikeuchi in their second year of collaboration with the brand, completes the scene with its graphic pattern. Kumo, meaning “cloud” in Japanese, takes inspiration from the fabrics used for kimono, looking to enfold into a carpet the lightness and simplicity of a pattern that is usually worn.
Available in three different versions, these flat weave rugs woven on a vertical or horizontal loom, thin and therefore highly versatile, integrate the Japanese expressiveness with the technique of textile artisans in Lahore, Pakistan, naturally creating elegant products and materials.
Carpet abstractly reminiscent of a surface covered by big snowflakes; hence the name Misore, which means sleet, or ice over.
Carpet with a geometric and regular pattern that would call to mind a surface of calm water, only slightly rippled by a steady wind.
Carpet with a slightly irregular design, which in larger scale reminds the world seen through a heavy rain.
Now, imagine if Piero Lissoni had the chance to furnish your entire home like the following one. See the video and let your imagination get wings: