Partnerships @ Milano Design Week 2023
Milan Design Week 2023 gave Living Divani the opportunity to take part in numerous initiatives that confirm its key role in the world of design, as well as showing its ability to create creative and synergic partnerships aimed at expressing its unique style and refined soul, such as the one with MoscaPartners (which staged "Design Variations"), Studio Lissoni, which opened its doors to the public, and other names like Lualdi, Slamp and Rimadesio.
On the occasion of the Salone del Mobile, Slamp presented its new collections inside its booth. They have been protagonists of a renewed set-up that hosted several Living Divani products, including a large and elegant Pasticca composition and several components of the Era family, such as small tables, a pair of Chairs and a refined Settee. Lualdi also unveiled new products in Rho, focusing on research and experimentation with new finishes and material combinations. The presentation was accompanied by a number of furnishings from the Living Divani collection, including the lenticular version of the Sumo sofa and the Clan armchairs, in the Alta and Bassa versions.
In addition to its presence at the fair, the 2023 edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano once again saw Living Divani products furnish the Red Lounge, whose installation design was handled by Studio Lissoni. Numerous models were chosen to characterise this space, including the Confident and Frog armchairs and the Wedge table.
At the FuoriSalone 2023 MoscaPartenrs set up the Circolo Filologico with Design Variations, which animated the art district with a site-specific work signed by Studio Zaven. Living Divani collaborated as a relaxing partner, supplying a number of representative furnishings including the Extrasoft sofa, accompanied by the homonimous wooden storage units, a Greene System composition and the Graft table, a recent proposal designed by David Lopez Quincoces.
Once again for 2023 Living Divani has collaborated with Rimadesio for the fitting out of its Flagship Store in Via Visconti di Modrone. The protagonists of the charming interior courtyard were numerous chairs from the upholstered brand's outdoor collection, including the more classic Cafè, Nut and Tombolo and the particular Rivulet and Flow.
Last but not least, Studio Lissoni opened its doors to the public again this year, offering the opportunity to discover some of architect Piero Lissoni's projects, as well as proposing itself as a place for leisure and dialogue, thanks to the collaboration with Living Divani, which provided upholstered furniture perfect for relaxation and conversation.