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For its stand at the Salone del Mobile, Baxter has designed a space that showcases a preview of the new outdoor collection and relates it to the new indoor collection, emphasising the points of contact between the two.
A subtle boundary that is the result of research performed on two parallel paths: on one hand the colours, leathers, marble and metals for the interior, and on the other, the new developments for the outdoor materials.
In keeping with tradition, three different moods of colours and materials characterise the spaces.
In the first, the colour air force blue coexists with polished nickel silver, camel-coloured oak and Azul quartzite from Brazil. This is all reflected in the nuances of the lacquers, ceramics and fabrics of the outdoor collection.
For the second mood, a cream colour was mixed with shades of baby blue and plum. Polished brass and charcoal-coloured oak wood complete the picture. Here too, the outdoor follows the indoor; ecru and ivory fabrics, rugs in the shades of sand and glass.
The last mood involves the combination of colours such as moss green, sultana and chocolate brown, combined with shiny copper. Purple accessories, ivory fabrics, rugs and ceramics characterise the outdoors.
This is how Baxter Home was created, structured in different spaces organised in blocks of different heights that are perceived from the outside as a true architecture.
The first showpiece of the itinerary is the new Soft version of the Miami Roll sofa by Paola Navone, then it continues into an open space where the entire new outdoor collection designed by Roberto Lazzeroni is revealed: Himba, Hakuna Matata, Bao and Nairobi. Continuing the tour, the visitor enters the space dedicated to the new entries to Christophe Delcourt's collection; the Clara sofa, presented in 2021, is joined by new wooden products, including the Grace table and the Joni bookcase.
Draga & Aurel also make an appearance with the new Nuvola lamp, Antonino Sciortino with the new outdoor products Tia and Girgenti, and finally Studiopepe with the Dharma, Narciso and Linfa collections, again for the outdoor range.
The fil-rouge of this experience is an alternation of indoor and outdoor spaces that combine to create a real home, made up not only of interiors, but also gardens and green areas, waiting to be explored.
Salone Internazionale del Mobile
6-12 June 2022 Milan
Fiera Milano RHO - Pav. 05 - Stand H01 H05 H11 L02 L08 L10
Exotic drawings by Marianne Hendriks
Ph. Marco Bello