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Did you know that “being green” doesn’t have to come at the cost of aesthetics?
The living room as we know it is a product of the 20th century. The heavily ornamented parlours and drawings rooms that it evolved from were the site of formalised social ritual, places where guests would be received at appointed times, where debates would take place and entertainment enjoyed after dinner. This was the public face of the household, displaying wealth and status; a socially acceptable performance of life – real life, hidden in more private, intimate spaces, occurred elsewhere.
A meeting between two leading Italian design brands took place in Milan recently to exchange thoughts on design innovation and history. Salvatori, widely regarded as the benchmark in innovation in natural stone shared the stage with Cassina, a renowned force in the evolution of contemporary design.
Urano, designed by Elisa Ossino, is a gorgeous sphere carved out of a cube of Bianco Carrara, shedding a soft and romantic light.
Available in diameters of 18 and 30 cm for the table or 50 cm as a floor lamp.