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LAGO: a selection of new products presented at Salone del Mobile 2022

Compasses Magazine

Taking care of domestic spaces by shaping furnishings capable of resonating with those who live there is the thought that guided LAGO Design Week 2022. New designs and design solutions able to fit into any living space.

36e8 Glass kitchen

In 36e8 Glass Kitchen tops, doors and imperceptible handles merge into a single suspended monolith that, thanks to a subtraction of matter, accommodates resistant Glass storage units, available in extra-clear, smoked grey and smoked bronze finishes. Transparencies in perfect dialogue with the N.O.W. larder unit, featuring patented opening doors and new display cabinets with integrated lighting.

Happening sofa

Ergonomic shapes in continuity and soft, reassuring physiognomies give life to the Happening sofa, designed by Mauro Lipparini for LAGO. A sofa that gathers signs of the past and blends them with current designs to express the contemporary desire to live one’s home to the full, surrounded by a feeling of great availability and immediate comfort. Happening gives rise to various elements that can be combined with each other: linear sofas, side sofas, peninsulas, trapezes and chaise longues. Completing the collection are three different armchairs made of the same language in terms of shape and size.

Pentagram Bookcase

Like a musical score indicating the pattern on which the melody takes shape, the Pentagram Bookcase dictates the rhythm of the interior. Essential shelves cantilever out from the back, giving dynamism and lightness in a sense of suspension emphasised by the lighting system integrated in the backs, enhanced by the visual sensations of the XGlass, coloured glass and lacquered finishes. Different widths, three for the floor-standing solutions and three for the wall-hung ones, are combined to create flexible compositions that can be designed to suit your needs.

AIR walk-in wardrobe

Air explores the concept of lightness in the walk-in wardrobe. These sleek volumes boast an outstanding build and details including extra-clear, smoked grey or smoked bronze glass supports, and fully lacquered shelves and storage units. Drawer cabinets with 45° structure and aluminium filigree have profiled doors in coloured glass, XGlass or Wildwood. This architectural walk in space for organising your wardrobe can also be used as a freestanding piece, transforming into a central room partition, a TV cabinet or a unit to furnish an entrance, communal area or hallway.



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