“A carpet is the soul of the apartment.” One hundred and eighty years on, it seems that the carpet, or rug, has once again become the soul of the interior.
In a fertile moment for Italian architecture, one that developed between the end of the Sixties and the end of the Eighties, the confines between spheres such as design, interiors and architecture were undoubtedly less clear-cut than they are today.
Almost 100 years have passed since the fitted kitchen was invented, in Frankfurt in 1926, to furnish small apartments.
The aesthetic of the monolithic has expanded beyond architecture and into interior and product design.
E-commerce reached new peaks during the pandemic, with physical isolation understandably driving retail online.
Molteni&C has launched its first ever collections of furniture specifically designed for outdoor rooms.
Indoor-Outdoor: a new trend in metropolitan living