Artifort Niloo Khodi Feiz
Milan | June 7th – 12th, 2022 | Hall 16 / Stand B21
For this year's Salone del Mobile, Artifort is launching two novelties: Moon and Compass.
In addition to the launch, Artifort has created A Gallery of Icons to showcase its 2021 and 2020 novelties by renowned international designers such as Khodi Feiz, Luca Nichetto, Scholten & Baijings and Monica Förster. The presentation gives a modern take on inviting and iconic design. In collaboration with Kvadrat, Artifort is launching a new fabric Arda.
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Moon, by designer Patrick Norguet, emphasises the notion of comfort, art and a progressive character. An inviting, high-backed armchair, Moon catches the eye in any interior. The design evokes the phenomenon of weightlessness by means of imposing, compelling design language and a delicate, colourful base. Thanks to its comfortable, luxurious appearance and an ergonomic seating experience, Moon transitions seamlessly between a variety of spaces, from lobby reception areas, libraries, hotels and offices, to your own home. Sit. Converse. Wait. Read. This seat is modern art that provides a feeling of security and relaxation.
Compass - Mike&Maaike | Design 2022
Lightness redefined. Aloa is a simple and elegant family of chairs and bar stools with an upholstered seat and back, supported by a graphic metal frame. Highly comfortable, Aloa fits perfectly around a dining table, at a restaurant or a meeting setting at the office.
Moon - Patrick Norguet | Design 2022
Artifort Compass tables are simple, elegant wooden sofa companions that enhance seating spaces, adapting naturally to our flexible lifestyles. The sofa is a place for many activities from lounging with a cup of tea and a book, to watching a movie, serving guests, planning a trip, or joining a meeting. Compass tables enhance the comfort of all of these activities, providing the perfect surface for a drink or the perfect position for your laptop.
Compass’ semi-circular surface is welcoming from many angles, allowing you to easily position and reposition to suit your needs.
Aloa - Khodi Feiz | Design 2021
Soft Facet is a comfortable, inviting lounge armchair with a distinctive richness of detail. Its open, welcoming form feels like a soft embrace of a geometrically stitched spread, inviting you to sit back, relax and daydream. This feeling is enhanced by the fact that the entire contour of the wooden shell is foam-padded, thereby gently supporting the body, neck and head and comfortably adapting to the user’s sitting posture.
Soft Facet - Scholten & Baijings| Design 2020
With the fully upholstered Suit chair, Monica Förster introduces a new standard of seating comfort for restaurants, workplaces and homeowners with a strong sense of style.
The distinctive silhouette of the Suit, with its elegant open back and flowing lines, effortlessly matches the contours of the body. It’s a surprisingly comfortable and inviting chair, whose soft upholstery embraces the user like a chic tailor-made suit. This unique chair will add an exclusive elegance and individuality to any space.
Suit meeting chair - Monica Förster | Design 2020
With its organic design, Glider offers an attractive, relaxed seating experience in lobbies and lounges. The gentle curvature of the upholstery and the myriad of refined details make this charismatic Luca Nichetto design stand out. Harnessing the detailed upholstery techniques to provide unprecedented comfort.
Glider - Luca Nichetto | Design 2021
In collaboration with Kvadrat, Artifort is launching Arda
As one of the early adopters, Artifort is presenting the iconic 070 sofa by Kho Liang Ie upholstered with the newest 2022 Kvadrat fabric: Arda. Arda is a knitted upholstery textile which recreates complex natural forms, structures, surfaces and colours found deep in the wild. It is part of a design project entitled Design by Nature led by Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren from the Swedish design studio Front.