missoni home collection 2010 missoni home collection 2010
apr 30, 2010

missoni home collection 2010

‘bouquet outdoor’ chair with lithe coiled frame image © designboom

the essence of the missoni home 2010 collection is seen in the integration of floral patterns throughout the new furniture pieces. bouquets in a variegated mix of daisies, freesias, anemones and forget-me-nots decorate the beds and drapes. blown-up graphical elements of cut-out, duplicated and magnified blooms highlight the curtains, outdoor furnishing, indoor sofas, scatter rugs and towels. 

detail image © designboom

however, the boldness of the rich floral designs are subdued when intertwined with modern clan motifs. tartans are magnified and made out of focus. meanwhile, the polychrome macro pixels are recomposed in relief on rugs or overlayed in a multi-coloured explosions on throws. amongst the vibrant home collection, a range of plain-coloured articles and modules also takes the stage.

‘golden age pop’ pouf image © designboom

‘to me the home range is not just a licence but the missoni style for the home, which has its roots in the missoni tradition. I’m still exactly the same rosita who has simply shifted her love of fashion to focus on design and wants to imbue the home with the same values. now, more than ever, I cherish the emotions that spring from unspoilt surroundings. spontaneity and nature give me great inspiration and should be protected. the use of natural materials for even the most sophisticated weaves intrigues me. my ‘home’ is dominated by the most basic fibre, cotton. linen, too, is a constant presence’ – rosita missoni

detail of stylized greek key patterns image © designboom

‘golden age pop’ pouf

‘bouquet’ round sofa image © designboom

the missoni home collection 2010 was presented during milan design week 2010.

‘bouquet’ sofa image © designboom

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detail image © designboom

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‘aquarium’ hammock image © designboom

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