Four appointments in the calendar of the Fuorisalone that have interpreted the versatility of the Opificio collections.
Thanks to the architects and stylists who have chosen us and enriched our #mdw !!
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l’Opificio @ Orient Express Vintage
The exhibition was inspired by the creative collaboration with the Turin-based designer Gianluca Bocchetta, who created the Minima Muta_1 Collection.
The series of seats consists of complements that combine the minimalism of the structures, with essential and linear shapes, with bright colors and vibrant contrasts of the fabrics chosen for the coverings.
The choice between countless combinations of colors and finishes of the structure and types of upholstery, combined with the modularity of the complements, allow a complete customization of the seating elements for inclusion in a private or public space.
The exhibition created by the designer for Orient Express Vintage has given physical shape to the combinations proposed in the virtual stand presented at the Salone del Mobile presenting different chromatic mixes between the frame and the coverings that have highlighted the VELVET COLLECTION OF COTHO, VICE VERSA, ZUU Leopard, VELVET TECH and ALPACA VELVET.
The result was a joyful setting characterized by a play between the textile textures indoors and outdoors, between fluo flashes, pop accents, animal roars and loving touches.
l'Opificio @ POETICA* APT by Makeyourhomestudio - architect Roberta Borrelli
The architect Borrelli in a month has created from scratch his new manifesto house making real this oasis of well-being out of time and styles.
A house/ atelier played on simplification and textures, a neutral box in which the textures of the fabrics and the body of the velvet determine the character of the space and delimit the boundaries between private and public.
A space where a cascade of double height curtains made of COTTON VELVET welcomes the visitor and transports him into a new dimension.
Wefts and textures textile protagonists of the capsule collection of hangers made exclusively by Toscanini with our fabric VOCALESE Treccia.
l’Opificio @ Future Habit(at) by Studio Salaris - ARCHIPRODUCTS.Milano
Eclectic, never alike to itself and constantly evolving, Archiproducts Milano is the Milanese Design Centre of Archiproducts, created to welcome Architects and Interior Designers in search of inspiration and new solutions for projects.
The furnishings, solutions and ideas of the new layout have transformed once again the areas of the 15 Rooms of the building in via Tortona 31 to tell the visions of future living and in this new dwelling a prominent place will be given to textured comfortable textiles.
The new chapter of the concept "Future Habit(at)", with the exhibition conceived and realized this year too by Studio Salaris, dresses l’Opificio curtains and cushions.
A setting that will be open all year round in which the collection VELLUTO DI COTONE creates the curtains of Room 3, Room 5, Room 6, Room 8 and Room 12 in combination with pillows.
The result is an intimate and elegant environment in which situations of isolation and concentration are helped and favoured not only by the furniture and technology, but also by the choice of velvet curtains that improve and help the space acoustic comfort.
l'Opificio @ Spazio Medelhan Milan
Space Medelhan is the new physical meeting place of Medelhan the first analogue platform for the design industry, structured as a club for members only. A space dedicated to architects, interior designers, furniture entrepreneurs and developers from all over the world.
A place where the shades of the collection of Mural Paintings l'Opificio by Wilson&Morris dress the entire space. Intense and enveloping colors that give character and texture to the walls.
Finally, the lounge, overlooking the terrace, sees the Collection of Cushions and Poufs undisputed protagonists of this room with character, making the space usable as coworking or to accommodate the many events that take place.
The result are welcoming, versatile and functional work places where l’Opificio collections stand out.