Varaschin novelties for outdoor
A week to discover the Varaschin Outdoor Therapy up close. Where? At the elegant courtyards of the Istituto Lombardo, via Borgonuovo 25 Brera, for the 60th Edition of the Salone del Mobile.
Varaschin participates in the Design Week with a format that allows to experience the Outdoor Living to the fullest, experimenting with shapes and functions suitable for any context, ranging from residential to contract.
On display, there will be some leading collections together with the novelties for the next outdoor season; the new daybed family size version, which enriches the Emma collection designed by Monica Armani, with an element thought to accommodate multiple forms of conviviality, or the Belt Air collection, design Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri, whose elements seem to float lightly, thanks to the feet that raise the seats and the bases that support table tops.
Added to the preview list are: daybeds, poufs, lampshades and flowerpots of the Cricket collection, design Anki Gneib, appreciated for the handy aluminum structures combined with ropes with linear and robust patterns. Daybeds, armchairs and stools of the Emma Cross collection, design Monica Armani, embellished with double weaves in rope and fabric. The easy chairs and armchair of the Noss collection, design Edoardo Gherardi, with an essential design, are the main interpreters within the Varaschin range of sustainability applied to the product.
Therefore, new furnishing solutions will be presented in the Design Week, but also, a broad and all-encompassing outdoor concept, molded on people desires and expectations, increasingly attentive to live in close contact with nature. Ideas and suggestions to guide the designers' choices towards the creation of relaxing environments, which focus on well-being and care of body and soul.
Appointment at the Istituto Lombardo from June 7 to 12, with an exclusive event dedicated to architects, designers, agents, top clients and opinion leaders: Space to live / Time to create, scheduled on Wednesday 8 from 6 to 11 pm, open by invitation.