Trends seem to move with caution, engaging long periods.
No sudden explosions, but rather underground veins that emerge even at a distance from the source.
This is why a visitor to the Salone perceives some general trends, especially in the furnishing element, which return widely but aren’t absolute novelties: rounded, sinuous shapes, both in the symmetrical and asymmetric versions, to replicate the sense of natural; the marble effect that is replicated on kitchen countertops, tables and cupboards, straddling a taste of retro elegance and the desire to bring back into vogue the most fascinating materials that Mother Nature offers us.
Even in fabrics the most complex textures prevail, such as the bouclé, used for seats and upholstered, in a long wave that is making them popular on different market segments.
Lurex takes hold, creating glossy accents on the background of matte yarns.
The textile is presented decomposed, with fringes distributed on the surface; it comes out of the boundaries of the frame, and of the same rectangular shape that the processing imposes, and is pushed in irregular shapes or in the round.
Beyond the concept of trends, the originality of a proposal has impressed visitors.
Design has always communicated and is an expression of the world.
In this perspective, the OTO session talks about inclusion and awareness of a great need, that of reducing stress, rediscovering the extraordinary power of an embrace.
It is a need common to all, as the difficulty in accepting the embrace of another is widespread, but for people with autism all this becomes an insurmountable barrier.
With OTO, however, with the simple use of a joystick you can adjust the sense of soft welcome of the seat, in total privacy and with the times most appropriate to each.
From the creative idea to the design, translating a concept into the language of weaving. This is how we create luxury rugs that are perfectly in tune with a general interior design idea.