A few days after the end of the Milano Design Week 2021, Living Divani would like to thank all those who physically or virtually took part in this design appointment, visiting our stand at the Supersalone, or wandering around the city of Milan to discover new installations, first of all Living Divani Gallery with the new amazing spaces. Following, we propose a selection of images for those who couldn’t participate or would like to relive, together with us, the projects and the “occasions” of meeting just shared.
On the occasion of Supersalone 2021, the new format that revived, after two years of distance, the charm of the Salone del Mobile in Milan experiencing new display approaches and proposing new interpretations, Living Divani confirmed its presence with an installation by Piero Lissoni, homage to the silent elegance of the brand, capable of combining geometric synthesis and daily comfort.
Exhibited on a platform, Sumo lenticular sofa designed by Piero Lissoni in 2020, featured an audacious silhouette, sculpted in an accommodating and sinuous pose, celebrating the pure creativity of the brand, capable of shaping a collective imaginary.
Following on stage, the expansion of the Sumo family 2021 presented a new sofa and armchair, featuring a straight base and a reclining backrest, together with low tables and benches: a skillful mix of refined fabrics, delicate leathers, charming woods and marbles, in a world of tactile suggestions where tailoring is the real protagonist.
Screening the wall, the Sailor bookshelf by David Lopez Quincoces, inspired a versatile interior, ideal for daily life necessities as well as working scenarios, in the idea that various situations and people could follow each other over time, finding a new way to interact with the furnishings, both dynamic and versatile.