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      • YEAR: 2023

      To introduce the new collection at the Salone del Mobile 2023, Baxter has designed a space that unfolds in levels: some steps, a suspension bridge, and multiple openings, like windows, come one after the other and allow one to imperceptibly ascend and constantly change perspective.

      Baxter Gallery thus recreates refined domestic atmospheres: Evocative, unusual, refined, the Baxter lifestyle has (at least) three faces, as many as the moods made up of colours and material finishes that differentiate the scenarios presented at the Salone. The first is a declaration of love for electric blue, enhanced by the combination with Grand Antique d’Aubert marble and the warm reflections of brass or yellow onyx. The second is a plunge into aquamarine, designed to contrast with concrete and black-stained solid ash. The third is a surrender to the reassuring effect of powder pink, illuminated by the opulence of silver travertine. 

      Baxter's new collection for the Salone del Mobile 2023 draws on multiple sources of inspiration: Each time one can glimpse the irreverence of Pop Art, the iconic design of the 1970s, the Majorelle blue that bewitched Yves Saint Laurent, the shimmering atmosphere of Studio 54. 

      A composite whole with a red thread that makes it coherent: Soft, organic shapes; vibrant colour accents; bold material contrasts. To put it briefly, the accurate research on colours and materials, which permeates the new products that consolidate existing collaborations and gives a new life to the products that are already in the brand’s catalogue.    

      There is the captivating sensation of comfort and informality that inspires Christophe Delcourt's new designs: one can find it in the softness of the JODIE and ELLIE seats, in the multiple configurations of the modular JULIETTE sofa, in the wide surface of the KATE table, whose base seems to give marble the lightness of a fabric. 

      The 1970s shape the JO upholstered furniture collection as well as the DUNE coffee table, both by Draga & Aurel, together with the SO FAR chair and SO GOOD armchair designed by Studiopepe, characterised by the oversized chromed tubular structure.

      There are echoes of faraway places in the Wave lighting design project by Federico Peri, inspired by the weightless and harmonious aesthetics of Tibetan bridges, as well as in the MISS ROPE chair and MR.HIDE separè by Studiopepe, thanks to the evocative and artisanal value of paper rope weaving. 

      There is Roberto Lazzeroni's decisive yet light line of great formal mastery that characterizes both the ISAMU table and the CLOTILDE chair.

      To enrich the spaces, the three ARAN carpets designed in-house and handmade in Nepal: a weave of hemp and viscose with a strong tactile and visual value and a design that seems to evoke the unravelling of a river.

      The outdoor collection grows with the imposing JUDD table, designed by Baxter, as well as additional versions and finishes: the new HIMBA, HAKUNA MATATA and NAIROBI by Roberto Lazzeroni in iroko black, as well as the NARCISO sofa by Studiopepe in a modular version.


      Ph. Marco Bello



      Salone Internazionale del Mobile

      April 18-23 2023

      Fiera Milano RHO - Pad.5 - Stand H01 H11 L08 L10 L08