Italian fashion house Marni was inspired by space, the universe and the
moon for its latest home collection preview during Salone del Mobile
The Marni Moon Walk ‘sensory journey’ featured a path featuring
furnishing accessories and designer objects, including spaceship-inspired
sculptures, tribal aliens, sculptural coffee tables and stools in the shape
of animals, made from metal sheet and hand painted.
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Together with these products, the Moon Walk at Viale Umbria 42 hosted a
series of primitive benches and stools in wood and leather that look like
tribal totems. These were seen alongside cushions, colourful wool and
natural fibre rugs, and a special collection of glasses and blown glass
bottles celebrating colour.
In addition, colourful PVC and meta petite sofas, rocking chairs and
chaise longues invited visitors to relax under a cluster of sculptural
lamps which evoke the beams of a UFO.
The series of original products were created using unexplored materials,
stated the fashion house in a statement, and each piece was the result of
the work of a community of Colombian artisans which they have been working
with “for many years”.
For the first time ever, a large selection of Marni Salone items
including sculptures, chairs, stools and sofas, will be on sale at Luisa
Via Roma, with pre-order online in April, and then from June during Pitti
Immagine Uomo the pieces will be showcased on the retailer’s terrace.
Homeware pieces range from 116 pounds for a small stainless steel alien to
953 pounds for an iron and PVC moon sofa.
Images: courtesy of Marni