Francesca Emily Amato

The Best Green Furnishings at Fiera Milano During the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair

by , 04/29/12

Gufram, Bolon, milan furniture fair, milan design week, rho fiera, salone internazionale del mobil, 2012 milan furniture fair, green design, sustainable design, green furniture, eco furnishings, green interiors, milan design week 2012

Gufram uses soft polyurethane, brightly coloured with washable, non-toxic dyes, to create the most unusual designs. Inspired by traditional car air fresheners, “Déjeuner sur l’arbre” can be used as a seat or even a coffee table.

Bolon produces innovative and sustainable textiles for floors and wall coverings. The most recent project was designed in collaboration with French architect Jean Nouvel.

offset table, tomas alonso, milan furniture fair, milan design week, rho fiera, salone internazionale del mobil, 2012 milan furniture fair, green design, sustainable design, green furniture, eco furnishings, green interiors, milan design week 2012

Offset is an innovative set of tables designed by Tomàs Alonso for Maxdesign. In a home where the boundaries are ever more blurred, this table is structured as a modular micro-system – separate elements can be combined to suit different needs.

Mobimex Zoom Table, Kinnasand Hemp Textiles, milan furniture fair, milan design week, rho fiera, salone internazionale del mobil, 2012 milan furniture fair, green design, sustainable design, green furniture, eco furnishings, green interiors, milan design week 2012

Zoom by Mobimex offers a collection of simply designed and carefully crafted furnishings, in natural materials. Designed by Marion Klein & Jurg Conzett, the “Thin” table and “In-aga” shelf system are both made of solid walnut wood.

Kinnasand’s “Hemp” collection is both natural and unique. Each textile is composed of antique segments, carefully selected, revived and assembled under the supervision of creative director Isa Glink.

Green Chair, Javier Mariscal, milan furniture fair, milan design week, rho fiera, salone internazionale del mobil, 2012 milan furniture fair, green design, sustainable design, green furniture, eco furnishings, green interiors, milan design week 2012

Created by Javier Mariscal for Spanish brand Mobles114, the aptly named “Green” chair consists of a recycled polypropylene seat set on a wooden or metallic base. The product is also 100% recyclable.

Dala, green stools, milan furniture fair, milan design week, rho fiera, salone internazionale del mobil, 2012 milan furniture fair, green design, sustainable design, green furniture, eco furnishings, green interiors, milan design week 2012

Stephen Burks‘ collection of “Dala” seats are inspired by south-east Asia communities. Each seat is woven from an innovative eco-fibre made out of recycled food-and-drink packaging mixed with recyclable polyethylene.

san patrignano wine barrel furniture, barrique, milan furniture fair, milan design week, rho fiera, salone internazionale del mobil, 2012 milan furniture fair, green design, sustainable design, green furniture, eco furnishings, green interiors, milan design week 2012

Wood from wine barrels made in San Patrignano gets a second shot at life in the “Barrique” project. The objects are conceived by well-known designers, like Fiorucci, and hand-made by people living in the community (which is a well-known drug rehab center).

tribu outdoor furniture, milan furniture fair, milan design week, rho fiera, salone internazionale del mobil, 2012 milan furniture fair, green design, sustainable design, green furniture, eco furnishings, green interiors, milan design week 2012

Outdoor furniture specialist Tribù unveiled a new collection that is made with few components, sustainable materials, and easily assembled. Created by Spanish studio Lievore Altherr Molina, “Branch” was presented in an evocative ‘outdoor’ setting.

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  1. dialus February 13, 2014 at 8:05 am

    i love it.It is different type of technology in furnishring.Thank you.

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