aying tribute to this year’s 100 anniversary of Bauhaus, the outdoor café “Ammu” of the four stars Carlyle Brera Hotel in Milan, Italy, will be transferred into a Trevira CS Bauhaus Lounge fromApril 10-14th, showcasingTrevira CS fabrics from renowned textile editors. Our lounge will be open during this year’s Fuorisalone held alongside the Salone del Mobile show in Milan, Italy. Back in 1919, Walter Gropius founded a new art school in Weimar, Germany. What he created was revolutionary at the time – he combined art and craftsmanship, a concept which was until then unheard of. Creativity and manufacturing was united, art and industrial design was brought together in the mid-1920s and eventually this all led to the development of modern art, influencing architects, designers and artist in Europe and in the United States of America alike.
The Trevira CS qualities on display in the Trevira CS Bauhaus Lounge demonstrate nicely the variety of today’s Trevira CS collections reflecting the Bauhaus idea of combining aesthetics, craftsmanship and functionality.” Addressing all five senses, the lounge will pay full homage to Bauhaus by look, feel and taste as even Bauhaus inspired drinks and snacks will be available.
The concept of the Trevira CS Bauhaus Lounge has jointly been created by Trevira and the design team of SoFarSoNear, Milan, Italy, who will execute and oversee the project.
The good interior design is concerned with all the decorative and stylistic elements that contribute to creating a customized environment. With this in mind, we have conceived the Trevira CS Lounge as a modern interpretation of Bauhaus, featuring a colour palette that forecasts the trends of 2019/20.