Barel will join the 56th edition of the International Furniture Fair in Milan with extraordinary effort and enthusiasm to charm all visitors: the company will be protagonist in the heart of leading Hall 6 (Booth C35), with many new features, but also prestigious confirmations.
Exciting new entries and significant confirmations are undoubtedly the leitmotif of this new season, which confirms and strengthens Barel’s commitment with the living room.
The join between the Company and art designer Elio Garis, long-established in charge as Artistic Director, continues. The designer has focused on developing new tables of Santiago System that has now reached a remarkable variety of elements, but at the same time has been working on several new ideas including the Modulo bookcase and Everest kneading trough.
The long lasting partnership with Architectural Hero Simone Micheli stands out as well; the world-renowned designer has been working on a new line extension of Filodiferro collection, which proposes, among the others, the Poltroncina small armchair, the Bauletto pouf, the Disco lamp and the Moka planter. Together with Simone Micheli Barel will also be protagonist of the “Fuori Salone” being part of the ” Heart’s serviced apartments ” exhibition, to be held at Din – Design In, Lambrate, and of the virtual exhibition “Three Suites for TownHouse Duomo” that will take place at Simone Micheli studio – gallery, Lambrate.
Extraordinary new entry from Singapore, literally the other side of the world: Barel is proud to present at the Salone the new collection designed by Jarrod Lim, rising star of the Far East design overview, well-represented by the table Ming. This partnership is aimed to further enhance the parterre of great artists and designers working with Barel, but it is also targeted to develop the company’s growing role on international markets.
The Piedmontese company will also present new works from architects Andrea Tempestini and Paolo Cravero, at their second appearance on the stage in Milan with Barel. Both of them will introduce their new bookcases, Ypsilon and Alice, and Andrea Tempestini will also present the Pungolo table; again to testify, if there was any need, how solid is Barel’s vocation for the living room.
In a context actually hinged on design, nevertheless the traditional production has not been neglected. Barel propose in fact a contemporary line of new upholstered beds, the Impero collection, with refined and stylish shapes here represented by the first born model, Augusto, together with side tables Idi.