De Castelli at S.Project

Precious experiments with metal for the new collections

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De Castelli at S.Project
05/04/2019 - De Castelli has doubled its exhibition space at the Salone, invited to the new interior-design-focused S.Project pavilion, with an installation that presents its full range of furniture collections and surfaces.
 
Having decided to adhere to the concept of this year's Salone del Mobile, De Castelli will be found in Pavilion 22, offering a broader view of its new experiments with metal, embodying the potential of design and presenting its ability to develop custom solutions in collaboration with architects, designers and other brands.
 
The display begins at the entry, with the counter and surface for walls, both given sinuous lines and shapes: incredible copper draping anticipates new De Castelli design horizons, focused on the implementation of innovative techniques that involve special, complex processes to obtain increasingly organic, pliable forms.
 
A ‘piazza’ welcomes visitors in a purposefully neutral, bright space, making the large collective bench the star (based on an idea by Cino Zucchi). This continuous ribbon of DeLabré iron, varying between three different heights, becomes a chair, support and occasional console table.
 
From this central point, a sequence of spaces shines the spotlight on new furnishing accessories, updates, a selection of products already in production, and the brand's surfaces, combined according to formal and material harmony, in-line with the aesthetic choices that characterise the new catalogue.

In this way, new items - modular Alchemy side tables, designed by Stormo, the slender modular Babele bookcase and the Pandora chest of drawers, both by Martinelli Venezia Studio - outline contexts that accent geometry, embody tonality and emphasise texture, confirming a design code that defines all De Castelli products and which has made the brand an international point of reference for its eclecticism, excellence and elevated manufacturing expertise.
 
Suitably, the large materials room overlooks the ‘piazza’. Though access is reserved, the space within is visible to all thanks to glass walls that emphasise the precious heritage of materials and finishes the company has developed through years of constant research.

 De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

De Castelli at S.Project

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