Bright and fresh colours, innovative fabrics, iconic features and new design symbols. The new Missoni Casa Collection, called Nastri has a strong and playful identity combined with functionality and aesthetic design. The patterned fabric is the very soul of the Missoni brand. It is an emotional driver, compelling, and the main design feature of the furnishing range. The brand heritage lies in the heart and soul of the all-time classic Missoni designs. New lifeblood is generated also by innovative patterns. While colour and art are key factors, multiform textiles are the other distinctive feature. Missoni's textiles featuring decorative macro-designs as the Nastri fabric, the jacquard design in six colour variations creates 3D effects and is used to cover seats, cushions and multi-shape pouffes such as the new Ciambellone and Panettone. The same pattern is used to liven up cashmere plaids, hexagonal coffee tables, and other accessories, also becoming the leitmotif of the Missoni Nastri Tableware collection (produced and distributed under licence by Arnolfo di Cambio).
Black and white versus colour, a clash that connects; the black and white range is expansive with bold, light or scattered patterns. The micro-macro flame pattern, wavy and soft zigzags, the intricate trompe l’oeils. The new Missoni Casa Collection strong contrasts are attenuated with sophisticated greys, shades of white (chalk, ivory, beeswax), variations of fresh and pale hues. Surprising flashes of colour are found in the multicolour wall artwork, in the midnight blue and sunny yellow of the mohair velvets. An easy-living concept for all the seats, interlocking and in modular forms. The upholsteries with the typical Missoni patterns make them unique. Taking centre stage is the Pouffe: decorative lightness and a precise design shape. The geometric cubes, cylinders and hexagons are matched with new playful shapes of doughnuts or panettone. Not to mention the countless versions of cushions, classic or oversize, all different yet perfect for mix’n’match.