On the occasion of Milan Design Week, from 17 to 23 April, Etro presented the first Etro Home Interiors collection designed by the creative director Marco De Vincenzo. In his rereading of the Etro heritage tradition, De Vincenzo infuses his aesthetic with poetry and modernity in a multidimensional path in which furnishings, accessories, and the objects of the Etro Home Interiors world coexist, creating new ways of living at home.
Diving into patterns is the name of the installation presented at Via Spartaco 6, the historic headquarters of the Maison, where the spaces set up lead the spectator inside the Etro house and reveal an explosion of tonal geometric patterns and modular configurations in shades of green, blue and earth colours, interspersed with floral patterns.
In the three different spaces, the Pluma, Amanti and Onda fabrics alternate, distinguishing the various seats and emphasising their diverse characteristics. The Cushy line has soft, natural forms, the Dahlia armchairs boast contemporary appeal, the Ease sectional sofa is modern and minimal, the geometric-shaped Ratio sofa is upholstered in toile de jouy printed velvet, and the Levity armchairs take their inspiration from retro classics. Minimalist low tables, clean-lined lamps and rugs with a long nap complete the spaces.
A selection of furnishings from the new collection was visible also in Via Pontaccio, in the Etro Home Boutique. Here, the brand presented the Woven Spectrum installation, developed in collaboration with Amy Lincoln. The American artist has created four pieces for the Maison that exalt the connection with nature through leaf, tree, wave and cloud designs in mutable shades.