6-7 June 2023
Miami Beach Convention Centre
This year Very Wood is once again confirming its interest in the nautical world by taking part in the Cruise Ship Interiors Expo, one of the most important events dedicated to interior design, architecture and furnishings for the cruise industry.
The fair, which will be staged on 6 and 7 June in the spaces of the Miami Beach Convention Center, will involve a number of key figures: designers, architects and suppliers from the world of interiors will have the opportunity to meet the main shipyards and shipping companies in the cruise industry with the aim of creating a fruitful place for dialogue and comparison.
Now a leading company in the contract sphere and strong in its ability to interact in design with interlocutors of all types, Very Wood chooses this appointment to tell the story of the versatility of its furnishings, which can be adapted to different contexts, from the world of cruise ships to that of restaurants and hotellerie to healthcare, meeting the international standards required by each sector. The stand will display some pieces from the company’s iconic collections: Carmen, Eclipse, Egadi and Crayon.
The designer Matteo Thun signs Carmen, a seating proposal ranging from the dining chair to the lounge armchair, up to two-seater sofas and upholstered stools. On the occasion of the Cruise Ship Interior Expo Very Wood sets up the stand with the Carmen dining chair, characterised by a mix of functionality and aesthetics, in a customised version: the seat and back become easily removable and removable.
Also present is Philippe Nigro’s Eclipse chair, also in a customised version with an upholstered armrest support. Featuring a dining chair, armchair, lounge chair and stool, the Eclipse collection is composed of refined seating for hospitality environments, capable of providing versatile solutions for the office universe as well.
The Egadi collection of chairs, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, is the result of the first collaboration between Very Wood and the designer. This series proposes products that, starting from an initial design platform, are declined into different, light and sinuous shapes, finding in wood, a unique and living material that has always identified Very Wood, its main element. A single generating idea for different shapes and distinct models inspired by the Italian islands that make up the Egadi archipelago, from which the collection takes its name.
Matching the seating is the table from the Crayon collection designed by Patricia Urquiola, conceived for both indoor and outdoor settings. Characterised by a contemporary appeal and a playful design, the Crayon tables are available with a round or square top and in different heights and are distinguished by the shape of the central leg that ironically evokes that of a pencil, hence the name of the collection, as well as by the possibility of customising the various parts that compose them (base, column and top) in different colours and materials, allowing them to be inserted with versatility into different contract spaces.
Once again Very Wood succeeds in proposing refined collections that combine functional design with an innate passion for wood, craftsmanship, attention to detail and the quality of natural materials, proposing solutions suitable for every area of the contract world.