Travelling without moving from home.
Houses that wink at tropical environments. Palm trees and exotic animals that pop up from unexpected corners. Furnishings and accessories made of natural materials that make us dream of being always in a different place. The jungle and its thousand suggestions bring a breath of freshness to design, outlining a new trend that definitely smells like summer!
Stunning flora and fauna for the new Tropikos wallpaper collection by Wallpepper. Toucans, flamingos and parrots seem to be on the fly.
The talented Elena Salmistraro designed for Bosa the decorative plates Primates. The monkeys and gorillas that adorn the pottery are drawn by the artist-designer.
Tilda by Baxter is an outdoor chair, yet perfect for home interiors. The wicker structure is available in natural or black tin finish.
Qeeboo, the new brand founded and directed by Stefano Giovannoni, proposes decorative pieces that break the boundaries between art, design and toys. Kong, the ape-shaped floor lamp, is a clear tribute to the famous movie of 1933.
Many stylized parrots are quietly perched on the metal frame of the Perch Light Tree chandelier, a funny proposal by Moooi.
LC4 Pampas is a limited edition produced by Cassina of the iconic chaise-longue designed by Le Corbusier, Jeanneret and Perriand in 1928.
The new finish features a lining with a precious striated leather from South America that makes each of the 400 items unique.