March Spotlight // Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Kvadrat / Muller Van Severen / Atelier Biagetti / John Pawson

Brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec have designed their first fabric for Kvadrat a collection of upholstery textiles to be introduced in Milan next month.

Each fabric is created using a double jersey knit, made from a front and a back layer that, when knitted together, show the elements of the internal structure on the surface. The front layer is made from a mix of wool and polyester yarns that combine dark and light coloured fibres, while the back layer is made from polyester yarns in a single vivid colour. The collection will be launched next month during the Salone Internazionale Del Mobile at Kvadrat's Milan showroom.


The new daybed by Muller Van Severen, for kvadrat, will premiere in salone del mobile 2014, in Milan.

Muller Van Severen


The Italian studio Atelier Biagetti are launching a Milan-inspired collection that includes a glass cabinet and table partially coated in plastic laminate. The new pieces are currently being previewed at Galerie Italienne in Paris but will officially launch during the Milan Furniture Fair.

Atelier Biagetti

Galerie Italienne

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Viccarbe presents ‘trestle bench’ by john pawson, the architect’s first design for the spanish company which willdebut its 2014 collection at the salone del mobile in april. The sleek form is elegantly proportioned and is extendable offering ample seating. The cushioning is upholstered in either fabric or leather from viccarbe’s catalog, and is supported by solid oak feat. The ‘trestle bench’ has been conceived for both home use (in its short version, as well as for waiting areas and hallways in public spaces (in its extended version), making it a versatile addition to many interiors.


john pawson

salone del mobile