Sancal in Milan: A Journey through Shapes, Textures and Colors

The most underground staging of the Salone del Mobile

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Sancal in Milan: A Journey through Shapes, Textures and Colors
19/04/2019 - During Milan Design Week, Sancal station became a multicultural stop for the Salone del Mobile. Travellers from all over the world came and went, not without immortalizing some of the corners and details at Turati. Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Those who had already alighted at some point in one of the M3 line stops, instantly recognized the shapes and colors that inspired the Sancal stand. Those travellers who had never fully appreciated the graphic architecture of these stations, have rediscovered it. A delirious tribute to the classic modernity of Milan and its metropolitan line, undoubtedly a worthwhile challenge for the Castaño-López sisters. Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

The passenger requests were attended in the kiosk; a digital signage system offered information about the products on show; even the PA system reproduced station messages in multiple languages… underground elements surrounding an new furniture collection.

Turati is also a set of products designed by the Italian master Luca Nichetto. In this first collaboration with Sancal, the designer signs four products inspired by the architecture, graphics and textures of the mentioned station, providing a common aesthetic language. Just like people on a station, each of the pieces has its own personality and job to do. Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

During the Salone it’s being possible to take a seat on a Next Stop sofa upholstered with the new eco-friendly Zero textile designed by Marie-Louise Rosholm, also on an Interchange bench and a Meeting Point pouf or carefully step onto a Mind the Gap rug. Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Turati Collection also includes other new products. The comfortable Alpino sofa by Rafa García; the multifaceted Estantedesigned by Juan Ibañez; the Tonella poufs from the Swedish Note Design Studio; a new finish for the acclaimed Pion tables by Ionna Vautrin and a careful selection of objects for the lifestyle line COSAS; such as Tail & Icons designed by the Berliners duo Geckeler Michels.

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Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

Sancal @ Salone del Mobile 2019

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