Laurameroni's 'Intarsia la magia del legno' is a capsule collection of dresses and furniture

Laurameroni's 'Intarsia la magia del legno' is a capsule collection of dresses and furniture

Featuring a compendium of limited edition furniture pieces, dresses and jewellery, the exhibition showcased Italian excellence in creative fields.

by Laurameroni Design Collection
Published on : Mar 16, 2022

Laurameroni Design Collection presented their exhibition 'Intarsia la magia del legno' at their Milan showroom during the Milano Design City. Under the patronage of the Municipality of Milan, the Italian brand, known for their bespoke interior design and furniture products, exhibited a selection of limited edition inlaid sideboards from the Intarsia Collection and a capsule collection of dresses and jewels made entirely with natural veneers coupled with fabric.

In what marked a collaboration between Laurameroni and TABU, the bespoke furniture products and the textiles express the extent of Italian excellence through their quality, designs and textures. The innovative pieces were examples of the extensive research, experimentation and artistic innovation that characterises Italian products.

Periodically, Laurameroni offers established artists to join a club that involves names in design, fashion and art, such as Aldo Rossi, Emilio Tadini, Robert und Trix Haussmann, Jorrit Tornquist, Romeo Gigli, Emilio Isgrò, Aoi Huber Kono, Lucio Del Pezzo, Bartoli Design, Robert Hromec, and Fausta Squatriti, who created a design each to be faithfully reproduced, according to the inlay technique, on a sideboard edited in a numbered limited edition.

In the exhibition, Laurameroni also presented a collection of prodigious dresses woven with very thin 'sheets' of wood, created owing to the collaboration between TABU and the teachers and students of the Fashion Course of the Da Vinci - Ripamonti Higher Institute of Como. The mini capsule collection, developed with Tabu includes dresses inspired by the geometries that have always excited famous artists and brands. The geometries are deconstructed and interpreted from multiple points of view, thus creating different planes: micro and maxi geometries intertwine in a perfect balance of colors. A mix and match between fabric and wood, softness and rigidity in visual harmony.


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