After the debut at the 2015 edition of the Salone de Mobile, Clan Milano returns for the third consecutive year to tread the scenes of the most famous kermesse d’interior. After the debut at the 2015 edition of the Salone de Mobile, Clan Milano returns for the third consecutive year to tread the scenes of the most famous kermesse d’interior. Symbolic contaminations, perceptive suggestions and a strong craft vocation characterize the new collection by Alessandro La Spada, a brilliant designer with international fame and Art Director of Clan.
A bold stylistic choice in which functionality rhymes with pure aesthetic beauty, declined in unique products made with unusual combinations of materials, original shapes, baroque echoes and references to the design of the ’70s. An imposing project created to meet the furnishing needs of an ever more diverse clientele, able to appreciate both the eclectic creativity of La Spada and the historical ebanistica competence of the Sons of Isacco Agostoni. Bella Mesa is a majestic writing desk made of Port Black marble, supported by a solid aluminum structure. The legs are produced from a single block of marble cut at 45 degrees, enriched in the inside and on the tips, by a mirror steel coating. The drawers have a marble front on the outside and a satin lacquered wood structure inside. The Maya collection owes its name to the ancient buildings erected in Central America and characterized by a pyramidal stepped shape; it includes armchairs, seats with high backs and soft poufs available in different colors and textures. The quilted chair in Maya leather features a ladder silhouette, enriched on the back by a tribal ton-sur-ton work. The hind legs are gently curved inwards. Salvador is a compact armchair with an almost Scandinavian design, characterized by a low and voluminous seat, covered with sumptuous velvet with metallic lamination. An original aluminum-cast feather motif runs along the lower edge of the structure, enlarging near the feet.