16 / 04 / 2018

Salone del Mobile Milano 2018

Ramón Esteve Estudio comes to the new edition of the Salone del Mobile Milano and brings a selection of products designed for such well-known firms as Vondom or the Italian firm Talenti.

TABLET COLLECTION . VONDOM

Hall 10 Stand D31

The outdoor furniture firm comes back to the Salone del Mobile Milano with new products that will become references from the most prominent collections by Ramón Esteve. TABLET collection’s presentation will be a novelty in this edition.

TABLET, designed by Ramon Esteve links new technologies and exibility to the versatility of a sectional composition, creating a program based on the duality, identity and integration. Its character blends with the space and adapts itself to it.

This versatility can be seen due to the collection’s capacity to adapt to diferent surroundings, creating a reticular composition derived from the sectional’s juxtaposition where the compositing freedom is the main goal. The upholstery, made of independent sections, allows you to create diferent shapes, which always keep visual consistency.

The collection’s construction, based on polyurethane foam with a metallic structure upholstered with polypropylene fabric, makes TABLET a perfect collection both for indoor and outdoor spaces, thanks to its sophisticated aesthetic and nishing.

QUARTZ COLLECTION. VONDOM

Hall 10 Stand D31

QUARTZ CHAIR

Having a starting point the orthogonal geometry of the QUARTZ Collection, Ramon Esteve created a chair, achieving balance between lightness and resistance. The use of polyamide allows us to reduce to the minimum the section of its legs, without compromising the consistency of a structurally strong chair.

This synthesis work results in a chair which justi es all material used.The rectilinear composition of its frame is only disrupted by its ergonomic seat and backrest. This rigorous guideline makes QUARTZ a chair with an optimal stackability and an excellent one to be used in all types of comercial spaces.

QUARTZ FOLDING CHAIR

The Quartz folding chair, made of injection moulded polypropylene, joins the collection characterised by its Cartesian geometry.

The core of this piece is a prismatic folding hinge, which is casted in the legs joint and nishes the piece o so a technical device becomes aesthetically appealing.

CASILDA COLLECTION . TALENTI 

Hall 10. Stand C05

The Casilda Collection is based on the idea of a deconstruction of the classical furniture that maintains a contemporary elegance. The plain graphic lines of the frames are a canvass for the special elements that give it its distinct identity, such as the straps of the seats or the incrustations of marble or wood on the tables and the armrests. All the structural elements of the upholstered furniture, usually hidden, are here exposed, thus giving the pieces a subtle industrial character.

This idea contrasts with the treatment of the materials: what seemed rough becomes delicate when a golden or bronze nish is applied on the frame and di erent details of marble and wood are shown on the armrests and table tops.

The Casilda Collection is made up of several pieces: modular sofa, lounger, chairs, armchairs, tables and side tables.

COTTAGE COLLECTION. TALENTI

Hall 10. Stand C05

The origin of the COTTAGE collection, designed by Ramón Esteve, is the calmness of a cottage where you can relax and contemplate the idyllic outdoors. Generously sized armchairs with tall backrests that represent comfort surrounded by a natural environment.

This countryside spirit it has been reinterpreted looking for the formal synthesis of the contemporary furniture. The result is a proposal of outdoor furniture pieces, where the materials as aluminium and plastic coexists with more traditional ones as the rope. They emotionally connect with the user memories.

The ingredients of Cottage Collection make themselves a contemporary proposal that quickly it becomes quotidian. It is able to dwell in silence at any space, as if it would be always there.

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