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Salone del Mobile 2017 with Cabana

SALONE DEL MOBILE 2017

IN COLLABORATION WITH CABANA MAGAZINE & CURATED BY MARTINA MONDADORI SARTOGO

 

'ENGLISHMAN'S STUDY' CABANA

As part of the Corian® Cabana Club, Ashley designed a cabana that depicts the scene of a maximalist Englishman's study.  Featuring Ashley's Sabre Desk, custom-made with a Corian® desk top, Ashley's obelisk sculptures--again, custom-made out of Corian®, and surrounded by Ashley's hand-painted hessian tulip screens.

'ENGLISHMAN'S STUDY' CABANA

A detail of the cabana's interior : a Corian® armchair covered in Ashley's Munnu Jeans fabric with a throw pillow covered in Ashley's Pellegrini Sand fabric and a side-table that was hand-carved and hand-painted by Ashley as a custom order.  The walls are covered in the David Hicks by Ashley Hicks Navajo wallpaper, and the carpet is a custom creation based on a variation of Ashley's Pavimento fabric.

 
 

PASSEGIATA : A CABANA MAGAZINE & AIRBNB EXPERIENCE OF MILAN


MANTELPIECE TOTEMS AT CASA DEGLI ATELLANI

As part of the Passegiata exhibition, curated by Martina Mondadori Sartogo of Cabana Magazine and sponsored by Airbnb, Ashley was invited to create a group of his totem sculptures to display on the fireplace of this famous house's main drawing room, created in 1922 from 16th century elements by the great Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi.

MANTELPIECE TOTEMS AT CASA DEGLI ATELLANI

With colours inspired by the jewel tones of the lavish costumes painted by Bernardo Luini, 1520, in the church of San Maurizio just down the street (to which Ashley led a tour as part of the event), the totems' contrasting organic and geometric forms popped against the frescoed coat-of-arms in this house where Leonardo da Vinci had stayed while painting his Last Supper nearby.