iSaloni 2014 is a super trendy design show and this year was no exception. Club Delux didn’t missed the design show and here is the list of the Luxurious brands that presented the latest design trends.
Professionals from all the world gather together in Milan, where design is celebrated until the last minute of the fair. Italian stilnovo style was never as magnificent as this year at iSaloni design stage where new trends are unveiled… and vary from extreme luxury to simplicity.
Luxury brands are adored by their followers. They offer their clients status and style and they know they are getting what they paid for.
After exposing at Light+Building in Frankfurt, the world’s biggest trade show for #lighting and #building, Flos presented the latest design trends at iSaloni.
In iSaloni 2014 there’s space as well for ‘Alpine design’, furniture that a shepherd might place in his hut, conjugated in solid wood dowels with exposed joints, or in milking stools upholstered in fabric or hide paired with soft sofas like curly Mongolian sheepskin by Paola Navone for Baxter.
Boca do Lobo is among the top luxury brands of the world, and the quality and exclusivity of the events the design brand takes part of, as well as the numerous distinctions it’s been granted, attest for it.
After Maison&Objet, in Paris and Singapore, and BaselWorld – the most luxurious event in the world – Boca do Lobo’s team presented at Milan for another successful exhibition at the prestigious ISaloni.
Boca do Lobo’s stand is a world of pure luxury. Designed as a gallery, the focus of the space is to exhibit the top luxury brand’s pieces of furniture in their true essence: as artworks. The idea is to celebrate high-end design and haute craftsmanship in a hyper-luxury environment specially created to give each piece its own leading role.
USA joined the group of top luxury brands in iSaloni. Koket present Guilty Pleasures Collection, the Janet Morais’s new luxury furniture line. Lush velvets, black crystals, gold accents and more details will seduce you.
As Janet says, it will be the “celebration of artistry, originality, and the many exquisite treasures of the world around us”. She also add: “Consumer expectations are changing; they are becoming more and more design savvy and looking for something different.
There is a tremendous market for commercial brands so I felt that if a customer can afford something special and expensive, then there should be exquisite handwork and craftsmanship involved to make them feel that their money was well spent. Backed by centuries of tradition European craftsmanship sets the tone for luxury.
Major European brands may offer modern on the money products- but there is a commitment to keeping the savoir fair and craftsmanship alive. I wanted t