Highlights from Salone del Mobile
Euromobil presents Telero, which was inspired by 14th-century Venetian telero oil paintings. These pieces were applied directly to walls, instead of painting delicate frescoes, to combine artwork with practicality. The kitchen features a 16.5-mm-thick anodized titanium and black aluminum frame and comes in a range of finishes, including matte and glossy glass.
The new Bali tub from Elite Stone is a natural stone boulder bath derived from a single block. The tub is smooth on the inside and rough on the outside.
Apollo from Jetclass is a generously sized wall mirror with a starburst shape. It comprises of a golden or silver mirror, its finish can be lacquered, in patina or leaf, and the starting price is $1440.46.
The Starlight Chandelier from HENGE is an example of an antiqued cast-bronze lighting structure composed of Y-shaped arms arranged on two levels.
Named for the style that inspired its pattern, the new Dutchmaster Collection of sinks from Kohler explores dramatic botanicals in lush and moody hues. Shown here in the Midnight Floral pattern, the sink is available in Kohler’s Carillon round and rectangle bathroom sinks.
TAORMINA from Ritmonio revisits classic elements from the Sicilian seaside in a contemporary interpretation. Taormina is available in six finishes – chrome, brushed, black chrome, brushed black chrome, gold and brushed gold.
Designed for ARAN Cucine, the table/cooker by Stefano Boeri Architetti accommodates a single block – under the branches of a fruit tree – with all the functions of an Italian kitchen: conservation, preparation, cooking, serving, interaction, washing and recycling. The tree is symbolic of the network of family relations that changes over time in the kitchen.
Designed by Giorgio Soressi, the Giorgio Collection has unveiled its Infinity Collection. The Infinity Vanity showcases Makoré mahogany wood in dark gray, with brushed polyester and light gold chrome finishes.
Designed by David Dolcini for Luceplan, the Lita Collection of lighting features a diffuser in opaline blown glass with a wooden base. The fixture offers repeating vertical cusps on its surface, and the diffuser comes in four sizes and is available with retrofit LEDs.
Rain from ALPI captures the essence of rainfall through a stylized representation of drops of water repeated at random on the wood surface. The Rain model comes in two light gray and black backgrounds, crossed by the graphic signs of drops in black and gray for the pale background and white, blue and red for the black background.
Designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte for CEA, Lutezia is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional hydraulic valve that was typical of the early 20th century. The fixture is made from AISI 316L stainless steel and pays homage to the city of Paris, which bore this name hundreds of years ago.
L’Ottocento introduces a tailor-made furniture project for the kitchen. The island element is characterized by the parallelogram shapes in solid wood placed on a cylinder, and it houses the glossy black induction hob and the sink area. The shades include old rose for the drawers with lacquered glass and celadon gray for the doors.