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April 30, 2019 1 min read

Debuting in Milan at the Galleria Rossana Orlandi, Anna Karlin introduces her latest collection: "Subverting Domestic Familiarity" exploring the relationship between natural forms and those that are manmade. Her Curved Chaise lounge chair is impeccably brilliant: 

FROM DESIGNMILK“We have a fundamental need for familiarity or to be surrounded by natural forms,” says Karlin, “where there is fragility, there is strength. Where there is disequilibrium, there is balance. Where there vulnerability, there is support. The works are a visual interpretation of these emotional paradigms that exist in our everyday lives.”

 

 


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