Entre Deux screen, by Konstantin Grcic for Azucena, has two curved, hinged panels of anodized aluminum.
image: Mattia Zoppellaro/The New York Times
Pilar Viladas has written Part 2 of her Salone del Mobile (Milan Design Week, or Milan Furniture Fair to some) wrap-up, entitled, hardly coincidentally, “Milan Report | The Wrap-Up, Part II” in the T-Magazine (or is it The Moment?) section of The New York Times, highlighting some of (t)he(i)r favorites from this year’s outstanding, vast, offering. Among those favorites you’ll see, in the fine photos by Mattia Zoppellaro and others, Konstantin Grcic‘s discretely paranthetic folding screen, Entre Deux, above, Maria Volokhova‘s slightly disturbing Dolci Lacrime teapot, the seemingly beribboned Plaid Bench series by Raw-Edges, below, and others.
Plaid Bench series by Raw-Edges, shown at Dilmos, is made of interlocking benches in different colors
image: Martino Lombezzi/The New York Times
See our previous post on the first part of the wrap-up of Milan Design Week by Pilar Viladas, here.
And all our previous coverage of Salone del Mobile 2011 Milan, including interviews, photo essays, articles, videos and more on Facebook, here.
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