Architects, professionals and design aficionados showed keen interest not only in the Diana armchair, a new entry in 2015, which was appreciated for it softness and comfort, but also in the products of the existing collection, such as the Claude armchair.
Claude is a truly remarkable piece where Japanese woodworking craftmanship comes to the fore in the armrests. An alternation of full and empty spaces where the thickness of the wood changes in an unexpected yet harmonious way.
The stand attracted the attention of an international audience that recognized the ability of expert Japanese craftsmen to create the projects by designer Shinsaku Miyamoto.
A refined mood, curated by Art Director Roberto di Stefano with Silvia Fanticelli. Three interiors, enhanced by accessories designed for this specific purpose by the stylist, such as the marble and glass sculptures by Salvatori or mirrors made of colored elements. An understated presence for a warm comfortable setting that melds Western and Oriental cultures. The communications staff also included Cesare Invernizzi and Fabio Frattini from YCS Studio for the graphic project.