When great creators come together, one of the most striking masterpieces appears. Add to this the merging of two different industries and we get something unique that can go down in history and affect the memory of millions of people.
Today, we’ll talk about the bright cooperation of famous designers with fashion houses.
One list opens with the collaboration of Dolce & Gabbana and Smeg. Several times this duo has created a series of premium kitchen appliances. Sicily Is My Love in the painting of Sicilian artists. Flowers and juicy sunny fruits bloom on the refrigerators, toasters, juicers, and other appliances. The series was inspired by the natural landscapes of southern Italy and the mesmerizing landscapes of Etna. The companies presented their creations at fascinating art and traditional exhibitions.
Of course, speaking of such legendary duets, it’s impossible to ignore the item of Marni Moon Walk on Viale Umbria 42. It’s an interactive journey through the creative universe of the Marni house with an emphasis on sensory perception. Additionally, it has a path populated by furniture accessories and designer items, in which the brand’s visual unpredictability is palpable. As part of this project, Marni presents a series of original products which was created using unusual materials. Each of them is the result of a community of Colombian artisans working with the brand for many years. Among the main characters of this item, you can find a series of round Formica coffee tables that resemble spaceships, sculptural stools in the form of alien animals made of metal sheets, pillows, and pile carpets with unusual colors, and rocking chairs and sun loungers for sleeping and relaxing. The environment of the item is achieved with dim lighting and space illumination, which are used in traveling around the lunar world.
And “for dessert” we will tell you about a strange idea for the Hermès exhibition in La Pelota. The space was transformed into a real labyrinth. It was turned into a real maze with low stone walls. Moving along through its corridors, the audience is introduced step by step to the new collection of interior items from Barber & Osgerby. The main purpose of the exhibition is the integration of materials with nature and their versatile transformation in the hands of the artist.