Decorative items and objects with a pop spirit that transmit values and meanings in any environment of everyday life. Accessories created to enhance spaces and create atmospheres through the unmistakable style of Italian design.
LAKI is the fortune cat that shows you the way to get what you want, leaving us the pleasure of following it, day after day. An authentic source of inspiration that draws strength from its ability to elegantly fit into any environment.
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CHORUSTYLE’S DESIGN 3.0 DEBUTS AT THE FUORISALONE
The wide-ranging universe design of Domenico Bosatelli, protagonist of the Spazio Opificio 31 in Via Tortona,
Milan, April 2019. Italian design and the cult of beauty, with an eye to well-being understood as a way of life: this is the philosophy underlying Chorustyle, the project for objects, fashion and furniture totally Made in Italy born from the mind of entrepreneur Domenico Bosatelli and now ready to debut at the Fuorisalone 2019, the most awaited appointment of the Milan design week.
From 9 to 14 April in the Tortona area, at the vibrant heart of the Salone del Mobile, Spazio Opificio 31 will welcome the varied and luxurious universe of a visionary brand that has its roots in the history of Italian know-how but at the same time looks to a contemporary scene rich in stimuli. Here is a brand capable of being a synthesis of that creative flair and expressive force that have made Italian manufacturing a distinctive value all over the world and that now characterises the firm’s collections of design, objects and fashion.
The Fuorisalone will provide the venue for the presentation of the protagonists of the uninterrupted evolution of design 3.0 by Chorustyle, starting with Oasis, the new line of desks, Board, the home-office furniture collection created in collaboration with Tino Sana, in which the striving for perfect balance and harmony between material, aesthetics and function gives life to a new way of living in every space, from home to office, completely free of conventions and customs, and Point, the rotating glass and steel tray. The heritage of manual skills and technology tout court with the plus of an iconic symbolism are what connote Nikko and Laki, precious design objects with a sinuous feline shape. They will accompany visitors through the exhibition space, embellished by the prêt-à-porter collection which debuted at the recent Milan fashion week.
Space will be open to the public 9 – 14 April.