Trend 2022: Arketipo at the Salone del Mobile in Milan
Every year at the Salone del Mobile in Milan, companies present new products. Let's discover together the Arketipo 2022 products
The brand Arketipo until now has always been good at making the interior of your home the perfect place to eat, rest and play. Now is the time to do the same, but on the outside.
The Argentario collection, designed by Mauro Lipparini, has in its design the echoes of some of the most elegant Tuscan seaside resorts.
The name anticipates a vision: the shimmering sea, as far as the eye can see, to be enjoyed peacefully lying in the shade of a porch as if under a caressing sun. Argentario represents an invitation to indulge in the pleasure of rest, reading, birdsong as well as the coolness of the trees or the breath of the wind. This sunbed recovers the aesthetic language of the outdoor family with clean tubular lines and visible straps, accompanied by the integrated support surface for complete relaxation. The subtle lightness of the mattress, characterized by geometric appeals, makes Argentario harmonious and graphically delicate, giving it a refined elegance, typical of an excellent expression of furniture. The repositionable support surface recovers the ways of using the sofa, confirming the idea of functionality at the service of pleasure.
Polygonal shapes and irregular circles are generated by opposing elements, through abstract, dynamic and elegant graphic compositions. Composed of tight lines, in solid wood, the tables appear as signs of sunny shadows and cutouts of tops in two finishes: one in Corten steel and the other enamelled, which intersect each other, generating Talamone's expressive lexicon. A personal, idealized interpretation of Mediterranean sunshine placed in dialogue with rhythmic oriental shades, in a layering of signs and chromatic accents, typical of the multicultural language of our time. The shapes of the tops, composed and irregular, refer to a modernly primordial craftsmanship of composing.
Is there anything more exciting than traveling? Something that refers to the moments when we escaped from everyday life, an opportunity to relax, an opportunity to be in a new place or even a new person? Flying is powerful, it is evocative and it transforms us in an instant into dreamers. Capturing the spirit of an airplane and the emotions that can arise in us is not easy, but it is what Lorenzo Remedi did by introducing Jet Liner to our family. As the Steve Miller Band song goes, "As I get on the 707 Ridin 'high I got tears in my eyes You know you got to go through hell Before you get to heaven", we could have designed a desk as a' simple idea, a change from the ordinary and playing with some of the most acclaimed concepts, but not with Jet Liner. It's time to sit down in something that can transport you to a new place, a place that makes you think you are in control of your flight and your destination. The sinuous and ergonomic design is the master of it, you will think you are flying and, perhaps, you will really be doing it.