Published on : Thursday, January 11, 2018
Mingardo will be bringing in three new products at the MAISON&OBJET 2018 fair, along with other pieces from its collection: the Be-Lieve cupboard, the Twine bench, the Piega applique, the Bi-Track bike rack, and the objects from the Petite collection.
At the Stand D11 in the Hall 7, Daniele Mingardo is going to present the brand new Tartan table, designed by Simone Bonanni, unveiled at the Salone 2017 and now proposed in a new square design, and the Stam stool from the Iconic Handicraft Collection from last year, now in a new higher seat version. Both these new editions respond to the request of exclusive handcrafted furniture, captivating and ready to adapt to the ever-changing demands of the market.
Federica Biasi, who was appointed as the new art director of the Mingardo firm in 2017, has been nominated for The Rising Talents Design Award. In the stand dedicated to her inside MAISON&OBJET, Federica Biasi will exhibit several products designed for Mingardo, and she will also unveil a new product: the Marianne bookcase, a reinterpretation of the vintage wall units from the 60s. Marianne is a sectional bookcase, appropriate at the same way for domestic or commercial environments. It is also modular, allowing the users to customise it following their needs.
Stam, high stool, designed by LI-DO
A bent metal tube surrounds the seat made in natural brass. Brass screws at the end of the tubes enrich this simple looking furniture.
Tartan, square table, designed by Simone Bonanni
Horizontal and vertical lines cross, touch and overlap each other; this is how they design an essential twine in space, a product made of air and metal. Visually geometric and rigorous, Tartan exists on the balance between surfaces and voids. The thin blade of light that runs along the edge of the top claims its elegant and exclusive uniqueness. The structural elements become aesthetic, evident only after a more careful consideration.
Marianne bookcase, by Federica Biasi
A thin, elegant, multipurpose bookshelf. It not only stores, but also enriches an environment with sophistication. A reinterpretation of the classic book shelves of the 60s, with a pinch of Art Dèco.
Marianne, named after Marianne Brandt, designer grown with the Bauhaus, will be presented during the Parisian fair to underline the tight relationship with the French capital city and the birth of the Art Deco movement. The product brilliantly summarises the style of its designer, always looking for elegant and timeless shapes, minimal and feminine.
It is a modular object, therefore it can be customised in height and shelves quantity. Versatile, it can easily fit inside both domestic and contract environments.