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A new design brand with a democratic spirit, DEHOMECRATIC’s debut decor collection will be presented at Milan's Green Hub.
September 5, 2021 - September 10, 2021
A new design brand with a democratic spirit, DEHOMECRATIC’s debut decor collection sets a precedent with its contemporary reimagining of traditional icons. Finding inspiration in the designs of Giandomenico Belotti for its first collection, from September 5—10 at Milan’s Green Hub, visitors will find design pieces for indoors and out. Focused on aesthetic, functionality, and sustainability above all, standout pieces include the TALK sofa and the SHUT UP chair, which reference Pierre Chareau’s 1920s Corbeille sofa, and a tribute to Belotti’s Spaghetti chair, the delicate, poetic DUSPAGHI, which comes as either a chair or a stool with several finish options.
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