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Published by Sugar & Cream, Tuesday 14 May 2024

Images courtesy of ADAL / Look into Nature

Evolving Collections of ADAL / Look into Nature will be presented at Salone del Mobile.Milano, hall 14 stand E41, from 16 to 21 April 2024.

At the upcoming edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano 2024 with a large stand located in pavilion 14, ADAL / Look into Nature will present its rich “world of living” to the public with an exquisite display of its top collections and latest products.

ADAL, a Japanese company that has been specialising in the production of design furniture since 1953, in 2019 has founded the brand Look into Nature. Launched in the same year, as part of the Milan Design Week, the new brand developed for the international market bases its creative philosophy on the desire to create a “domestic landscape” in perfect harmony with nature according to the Japanese spirit and for the well-being of its inhabitants.

Look into Nature offers an evolving collection focused on the theme “Harmonising Landscape” that makes use of igusa (a type of rush traditionally used to make tatami mats in Japan) as its main material.

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The woven texture of the igusa, which is three-dimensional, creates flat monochrome surfaces characterised by particular ripples and shine which, in combination with oak and walnut wood in the same hues, create furnishing pieces of a unique elegance and contemporary feel. In addition to the existing products in the collection (lounge armchairs, chaise longues, partitions, cabinets, upholstered furniture) designed for the residential sphere as well as for public and semi-public spaces, this year the brand is introducing two novelties.

The first is the Boku armchair, characterised by a clean, minimalist design signed by Stone Designs. Manufactured with a metal and beech wood frame, upholstered seat and backrest in igusa providing a “warm embrace”, and offered in various finishes, it embodies the perfect blend of East and West. The second novelty – with the same minimalist style – are the Sakyu chair and table, designed by Michael Geldmacher. The chair is offered in two versions, with and without armrests, and is made of varnished steel with backrest and seat in igusa in matching colours. The table also features a frame in varnished steel to match the chairs and a beech wood top to emphasise the overall harmony.

We look forward to seeing you from 16 to 21 April 2024 at the Salone del Mobile.Milano, hall 14 stand E41.

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