jeudi 15 avril 2010

Maison Martin Margiela x Cerruti Baleri Furniture

Italian furniture experts Cerruti Baleri presents two interior design products with Maison Martin Margiela launched at Milan’s Fuorisalone.

Founded in 1984, the Baleri Italia company is well-known for manufacturing high quality pieces of interior design. Baleri’s heritage and its collaborations with different talented designers acquired new strength after Nino Cerruti acquired the company, bringing a textile and fabric know-how into the company. Yesterday, cerruti baleri launched four new products during Milan’s Fuorisalone; Alberto Colzani’s hide leather armchair “Medea”, Jeff Miller’s black marble column container “Plato Alto”, Leonardo Perugi’s transformable seat “Drop” and Benedetto Quaquaro’s modular bookcase “Tok” – and a surprising collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela.

The Italian company edited two products designed by Maison Martin Margiela; 'Groupe', a surrealist sofa that incorporates three armchairs, and 'Emmanuelle', an armchair wrapped in white cotton canvas. Ironic and iconic, the two products represent for Federico Carandini, Cerruti baleri Art Director, the perfect synthesis between MMM's creativity and style, Cerruti baleri’s savoir-faire and Nino Cerruti’s quality fabrics.


Text by Anna Battista.

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