Elio Collection: Furniture Inspired by Italian Design

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We have not seen such an aesthetically minimalist collection of furniture as the Elio collection from two Brazilian designers for a long time. The absolute simplicity embedded in a bit of monochrome furniture is inspired by Italian design in conjunction with contemporary architecture, writes the designer. „All of the lines are soften by rounded edges and bold tubular structures.“ Timeless furniture in soft colors looks like a real work of art that will bring an inconspicuous beauty of minimalism to the modern interior of a home or office. Designers: Rafael Eifler, Marcus Arnhold.

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