Kushel by Salem Van Der Swaagh
Kuschel writes a love letter to the wool. He tells how weaving can become a means of communicating and connecting with one's surroundings, a practical and poetic, ancient and sustainable means by which the human spirit finds one of its purest and most genuine expressions. The weave is composed of hand-woven and hand-knotted threads and fringes in warm or cool tones that are reflected between wool and silk yarns for a tactile and visual experience rich in nuance and craftsmanship. With this precious wool rug available in two versions, Salem van der Swaagh signs his first collaboration with Tacchini.
Le Mura by Mario Bellini: the manifesto of radical design in the Italian 1970s.
Gordon Guillaumier, designer
"A metaphysical totem that defines the space around it"
Umberto Bellardi Ricci takes inspiration from the elbows of ventilation ducts and creates unique poufs with overlapping volumes in which industrial materials find a new aesthetic a