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Selva ME showcased the latest pieces from Salone de Milano. As the city celebrated all things design, Philipp Selva, an international Italian designer unveiled Italian culture inspired timeless pieces by Aldo Cibic, Francesco Lucchese, and Toshiyuki Kita. The event held last week at their Sheikh Zayed Road showroom was attended by leading interior designers. Philipp doesn’t believe in following the crowd and has a desire for unique pieces which is demonstrated through the product line he collaborates on with leading designers. The three iconic items introduced during the event showcase.
Selva’s desire is to intensify collaboration with the largest design studios in the world. The first item is the Pont Table by Aldo Cibic with a concept of structural and poetic design in the use of solid wood. The legs have a soft and oval section that grows and widens as it approaches the intersection; the plan contrasts with the intended effect of being geometric and subtle. Seen in profile, the table resembles a bridge from which it takes its name.