Trends 2017: Tubular parts are back

The trends are, in the decoration as in the fashion, more than a way to captivate the taste of the consumer, guidelines for who realizes the product in all its phases.

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Konstantin Side Table by: Essential Home

Because all people are, despite individuals, easily grouped in taste, tendencies try to cover as much of the public as possible ‘to the subject’: if one does not like the military line, I would certainly have gone to the Coachella; If your wave is not black, nappa and eyeliner, you can surrender to the inspiration in the Natural World and its urgent defense.

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Brubeck Wall Light by: DelightFULL

So it will seem from time to time that the trends for the same season contradict each other. It will certainly seem, but in one thing they all come together: things are produced to be bought by as many consumers as possible. And the more we buy, the faster and more efficiently the market drives.

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 The Talented Mr. Thonet

At the end of the Industrial Revolution in 1830, Michael Thonet created the possibility of industrially producing the last great invention in furniture design. It may seem impossible that in almost 200 years nothing new has been created in the meantime, but at the level of the structure of a piece all that we call ‘novelty’ is not really; The so-called ‘novelties’ may be visits to the past or plays of cosmetics, and Thonet’s folded structures have closed that door until they see. In the mid-twentieth century, when it became possible to chrome whole pieces of metal, Thonet’s drawings were also revised and enhanced for this new material.

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Eden Towel Rack by Maison Valentina

Whether made of wood or metal, curved structures are more than a whim of the design, an excellent ‘methods and times’ move: its use rationalizes the former and saves in seconds, which makes this layout a favorite for production in Mass or for heifers of lean cows.

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Ludwig Sofa by: Essential Home

Especially in folded wood versions, sit or long chairs offer a kind of subtle mobility when given the weight of a body. Unlike a factional and straight structure, like all the others after all, the back of a folded and continuous piece yields slightly to the weight, increasing the comfort.

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Turner Floor Lamp by: DelightFULL

Whether because the cows remain skinny or because the comfort is wanting more and more present, furniture in folded tube continues 2017 in as one of the star trends of the season.

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