Studio63 presents the new MisuraEmme collection in the living area

Salone del Mobile 2024

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Massimo Dei, co-founder of Studio 63, introduces us to the living area showing the new collection presented at the Salone del Mobile 2024.

The focus is on the harmonious dialogue between austerity and the rigor of day systems and the organic and memory forms of the new complements.

The Rosè sofa is one of the emblems of this concept, its curves enriched by new fabrics, are flanked by the glossy varnished metal of the homonymous coffee table creating a bridge of union with the day systems.

The concept of design is often associated with contemporary living, the needs of the individual and the clutter in space. The architect has thus created countless modules from different depths, offering the possibility of creating personal compositions, on the need of the individual.

The furniture as an extension of itself arrives in the Baltimora armchair whose soft and ergonomic shapes lull us into a Seventies-inspired dimension, maintaining close connection with the company concept thanks to its rigorous glossy varnished metal structure.

The study of the finishes emerges in the Boston coffee table which brings us into a mineral dimension expressed both through the material finish that reproduces the graininess of the rock, and through the monolithic and compact shape of the stone. This dimension continues conquering the triptych of Seattle coffee table that wanted to remember with its shapes the very nature of stone, a full, compact shape with a jagged, imperfect, irregular surface, as nature presents itself: unique.