From April, 17 to 22, the next Milán Design Week will be held. The fair, that attracts the best of international design, will be full of news. First of all, the setting: DVO inaugurates its new showroom in Milan, the LEARNING+INNOVATION CENTER in Via Maroncelli 5, which becomes a privileged scene for the presentation of its new collections for the office. Among the novelties presented by the firm, we can find the Milo sideboard system, or the Noto table, both created by the Italian designer Enzo Berti.
Milo system, design by Enzo Berti for DVO
Milo is a system of sideboards with stands and wall units, hooked to a backlit bar that recalls the horizon and helps give a sense of wellbeing to the office. Maximum freedom of composition is allowed. The elements of the system can have a square and rectangular shape, are available in different colors, with or without doors, and can be hung freely in the desired position.
Noto table, design by Enzo Berti for DVO
The Noto collection of tables, designed by Enzo Berti, recalls the idea of the classic work table on trestle legs. The structure is in solid wood and the top, available in the rectangular and round versions, is available in three different finishes that give each table a particular character: the stoneware top for an important setting; in glass for a lighter and minimal style; in wood for a contemporary interpretation of the traditional work area.
On the occasion of the Milan Design Week 2018, the results of the workshop organized by DVO with the students of the Faculty of Architecture of IUAV University of Venice will be presented in the showroom in Milan, as evidence of the company’s attention and care to “the architects of the future“.
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