Light and nature: aspects that determine a change of state and relationship with ambient and objects, are explored byPorro inKomorebi, vase-candleholder designed in limited edition byPiero Lissoni and presented the 15th December in the #porro showroom, in Via Durini 15.
The continuous game ofcontrasts anddualisms is indeed expression and peculiarity of the Komorebi’s project nature, term which express the visual phenomenon of light through the tree’s leaves in Japanese.
Changeable in the use, on one side candle-holder and on the other flowerpot, it interprets the different aspects of light and nature trough the movement change of its function condition, determining their union and undoing their duality. Realized entirely in turned-wood, the choice of finishing revokes the juxtaposition between different shade of colours: the soft and warm tones of canaletto walnut and the cold and decisive ones of natural maple are alternated to lacquered rosso cina or denim interiors, while remaining perfectly inbalance andharmony thanks to the aesthetic simplicity of Komorebi lines and shape.
Anexercise of style that, once again, confirms the Porro’s mastery in working with wood and realizing objects characterized by a clean aesthetic and an essential language, based on consistency and simplification, following a continuos research on finishings, refinement of line and the technical quality of its details.
Setting of the presentation a special set-up in thePorro showroom, defines by the company’s products formal cleaness accompanied by the simple lines of Komorebi, together with the windows shop that propose the graphic sign of the vase-candleholder.
Proposed in the set-up some of the novelties of #porro 2016 collection, among which the bedMakura byPiero Lissoni, interpretation of domestic warmth between rationality and sensuality. Lightly suspended with its welcoming and inviting form, it is embellished with soft cushions and a sinuous covering in leather or fabric that ends in a light volute.
Purity and modernity define theVoyage chairs byGamFratesi instead; the structure in natural or black stained maple remains visible on the back and on the sides on which you can apply a close-fitting dress in natural or dark brown leather, and leads back to precise and ‘50s-inspired lines combined with the minimal and rigorous ones ofMetallico table byPiero Lissoni in the new rosso antico finishing. Another novelties presented, the horizontalModern sideboard in black stained hemlock with a santos rosewood open module, an architectural presence raised up on the newBridge foot in black metal H.40 cm, a reverse C. Closing the day area a System library composition in palissandro
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