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Paola Lenti launches Echoes:

'This publication embodies our vision of living'

Italian design company Paola Lenti launched the fifth volume in their Vista da Vicino series: Echoes. The company presented their latest collection at the Fuorisalone.'Our ultimate goal has always been to reach the essence of things. Colour, the guiding thread to our work, has allowed us to create a unique chromatic alphabet, from which we draw to establish connections between architecture and objects, fabrics and materials', Paola Lenti explains.

'This publication embodies our vision of living - a home where the boundaries between indoors and outdoors disappear. Nature takes center stage, inside and outside, and all elements seamlessly blend with each other and the environment. This 'open' perspective, devoid of borders and unburdened by conventions, is what sets us apart and defines our identity.'

The company reimagined traditional fabrics like velvet and Flanders' linen, interspersing them with original coverings made from yarns reclaimed from their prior processes and sustainable materials like fossil wood gathered from riverbeds. 'We remain dedicated to our ethos of creating with the materials at hand.'

'Indoors and outdoors, we've nurtured objects that encompass the added value of manual work - surfaces enameled using ancient techniques, ceramics adorned with handcrafted pigments, and weaves made from cutting-edge synthetic yarns inspired by the traditions of Japanese complex knots.'

The images of the collection were captured in the new Paola Lenti Milano space, created by renewing a former industrial estate along with its extensive outdoor areas. 'This was a deliberate stylistic choice, allowing us to share with the public not only the new collections for indoor and outdoor use but also the place that will soon become our city base.'

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