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Hermès’s 2021—2022 “Collections for the home” highlights the language of touch and physicality through a celebration of textures.
September 5, 2021 - September 10, 2021
The debut of Hermès’s 2021—2022 “Collections for the home” highlights the language of touch and physicality through a celebration of textures. Raw, natural materials like cashmere felt, cut stone, and leather have been painted in a cheerful-yet-sophisticated palette of colors like red, orange, blue, teal, and mustard yellow, filling your space with furniture and objects that are both beautiful and pleasing to touch. A few collection highlights include the Hippomobile set of cups, saucers, and teaware featuring playful abstract and equestrian imagery by Gianpaolo Pagni and the wicker and leather Chromatic baskets, which feature a juxtaposition of textures.
With the debut of its new showroom during Milan Design Week, Flexform introduced the latest offerings in its “Indoor” and “Outdoor” collections.
For the Salon del Mobile 2022, the family-owned Italian bathroom and faucet designer Fantini debuts “Sailing.”
For the Salone del Mobile 2022, Belgian furniture designer Ethnicraft presents “Stairs Sideboard” and the “Pentagon Nesting Coffee Tables.”
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The Copenhagen-based designer raawii presents four debut collections: blankets, hooks, Minos, and Thing.