Between innovative materials and techniques from the past, what are the best solutions available for interior design today? To discover trends and new proposals of furniture and design, from 23 to 31 March at the Rome Fair, the appointment is with Casaidea 2019, the event organized by MOA Società Cooperativa that this year reaches its 45a edition and renews its commitment with industry professionals with dedicated initiatives.
After the success of last year, the Materia Diversa exhibition area returns, a space curated by Filippo Bombace dedicated to the material for architecture, where you can touch sophisticated solutions, useful to the designer and also to the end user. At the 1 pavilion on display is a selection of what the current production makes available to the interior design, but also the pleasant rediscovery of techniques of the past, reinterpreted and developed by modern technologies. Alongside innovative materials, there is the recovery and revaluation of design objects or work from other periods, which are still useful today in the definition of the architectural project.
To learn more about and deepen the proposals at Materia Diversa - within the conference space adjacent to the exhibition - two moments of meeting are scheduled with the audience coordinated by Filippo Bombace, on the agenda at 16: 00 on Saturday 23 March and on Thursday 28 March.
Among the topics in the lineup is that of the 'escape' in the surfaces of covering, a theme that analyzes material proposals that make the small format their strong point. Such as? In contrast to the continuous surfaces, interpreted with the current technologies of the world of resins or flooring in sheets, or rediscovering the techniques of the past with Venetian floors.
Central then the evolution of the wallpaper and the use of light as a true and proper instrument of the architectural project. And again the cladding - the corollary of wood or wood-derived products, for covering, subdividing or filtering the space - and the charm of the color ranges defined by Le Corbusier. For the architect, one of the most famous and influential of the modern era, the coloring of a building has indeed had a fundamental importance, like the study of a plant or a section, as it is able to respond to the needs and to the nature of each individual.
IN THE PICTURE:
1) INNTEX - the use of metallic fabric in architecture
The Italian textile tradition merges with innovation and research on metallic knitted fabrics and creates a range of fabrics used for architecture, interior design and fashion, using materials such as brass, stainless steel or copper, in wires of various diameters.
2) TENSOCIELO - thermotensive coatings in private homes
The stretch ceilings are a piece of furniture that combines excellent aesthetic performance with excellent functional performance (from thermal to acoustic control, through excellent waterproofing and better lighting). Thanks to their versatility, they are used successfully both in private apartments and in public premises, allowing a quick and clean installation.
3) MONTECOLINO - the 2.0 lawn: the new frontier of furniture with synthetic grass.
Synthetic grass is a practical and economical solution for your spaces where you want to give a touch of 'green'.
Born as a product to be used in sports but in recent years has found new and different uses in gardens, terraces, balconies, but also indoors and play areas.
4) TARKETT - linoleum, design by nature
Linoleum is a natural and sustainable surface appreciated for its comfort and long life, made up of 94% from natural raw materials (linseed oil, wood and cork flour, resins) and offers a range of marbled design in bright colors and intense.
5) MICRO PROJECT - small formats in architecture
Micro is an open project in continuous development that seeks the essence, the lowest common denominator, the synthesis, going to rediscover a light and resistant material, a modeling covering, made of small tiles that draw, with textures and colors, endless suggestions .