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Where to go in Milan? Clan Milano, a young italian furniture brand born from the union of Alessandro La Spada and mastery woodwork of Isaac Agostoni Sons, is pleased to announce its participation as a furniture partners at the show “She’s a Lady”, which will open in Milan from November 23, 2016 to 13 January 2017 at the Whitelight Art Gallery. The best Milan design events are back to town.
This Milan design event marks the important return of NO CURVES which celebrates its 10th anniversary with a retrospective of graphic time to sublimate the female image through numerous new works, iconic pieces and original installation along the gallery walls.
A hip recall and the geometric styling, in perfect harmony with the vision of Clan Milan that has always been attentive to the style influences and a semantic linked not only to the functionality of interior design but also to the pure aesthetic beauty.
For the exhibition, She’s a Lady Clan Milan has selected some pieces with minimalist shapes and elegant furnishings they emerge suggestions of baroque and exotic array inserted into proposals from the lively contemporary taste. This is the case of Molecules, staggered series of tables characterized by a tubular structure in brass and marble floors made from a single plate. The Molecules modular design reflects the design philosophy of Clan Milan located in the choir with a complete aesthetic enhancement of their creations.
Special mention deserves Roca, low- center table with a curious geometric shape with polished ebony finish and brass inserts; the shaped wooden shell opens theatrically in the middle to make room for a chest with mirror work and bronze carvings.
The proposal also includes two Clan Milan minimal lighting solutions such as the floor lamp Rodrigo and Tubo30 table, with brass frame and adjustable spotlight. Visually striking is instead the loose mirror mounted on a swivel panel in blockboard wood, with base and back panel upholstered in leather and frame made of polished brass.
Objects with a refined aesthetic taste, therefore, chosen by Clan Milan and NO CURVES to bring out its unique works, in an exhibition that traces a decade of art inspired graphics and futuristic digital world production, masterfully interpreted by the iconic use of Scotch tape.
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