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Beyond Colour by Paola Lenti

During the Milan Design Week (14-19th April 2015), Paola Lenti presented once again her new collections at the Chiostri della Società Umanitaria, via Daverio, 7, Milan. “Going beyond” is the true hallmark of Paola Lenti’s company, the life force that makes her constantly seek beauty that is never...
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During the Milan Design Week (14-19th April 2015), Paola Lenti presented once again her new collections at the Chiostri della Società Umanitaria, via Daverio, 7, Milan. “Going beyond” is the true hallmark of Paola Lenti’s company, the life force that makes her constantly seek beauty that is never banal, never repetitive but emerges from experimentation, from keenly observing other artistic forms and different skills that express original codes, styles and forms. “Going beyond colour” in order not to stand still, in order to go beyond the limit established by the ordinary, in order to capture even the flickering light of the fireflies that often eludes us. TLmag discovered Build, Elsie and Kanji – All designed by Francesco Rotta. Build is a system of modular panels that are conceived to divide and equip interior spaces. Elsie is the chairs collection with armrests and armchair. And Kanji is the dining tables collection.

Picture by Paola Lenti

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