New ideas from Rubelli Casa at the Salone del Mobile in Milan. At the FuoriSalone, in the showroom in Via Fatebenefratelli, the first textile collection by Luke Edward Hall and the second capsule collection by Peter Marino.
New Rubelli Casa products presented by Rubelli at Milan’s Salone del Mobile and at the FuoriSalone, in its Milan flagship store, the first textile collection by Luke Edward Hall, "Return to Arcadia", and the second capsule collection by Peter Marino for Rubelli, "Second Firing".
Rubelli Casa is present with a stand in Pavilion 3 (A11/A15), designed by Matteo Nunziati, which identifies the brand that aims at integrating textiles and furnishings. About twenty large "panels", made of only warp threads in three different colour shades, border the exhibition space, allowing a glimpse inside of the new key products in the collection: the "Yak" and "Dedalo" upholstered furniture ranges, and the "Sinua" family of consoles, desks and coffee tables, all designed by Nunziati the architect.
Rubelli has transformed its flagship store at Via Fatebenefratelli 9 for the FuoriSalone with an eye-catching installation by English designer Luke Edward Hall. Hall presents "Return to Arcadia", a collection of 13 fabrics inspired by his garden in the English countryside and by motifs from classical architecture and art, capable of enlivening and personalising living spaces: stripes and florals, geometrics, small and large patterns, played out in "antique" colours, but also in more lively shades.
Also on display in the Rubelli flagship store is "Second Firing" by Peter Marino, a "pictorial and alchemic" capsule collection of 10 fabrics whose name refers to the firing of ceramics. Peter Marino's inspiration was in fact first and foremost his personal collection of multicoloured vases by the late 19th-century French ceramic artist Adrien Dalpayrat, but also the colours of the Venetian painter Paolo Veronese. The well-known American architect has succeeded in replicating the alchemy of the crucible on the loom by transferring the flaming and materiality of ceramics onto fabric.