News Salone del Mobile.Milano
design Paolo Vernier
Solid, curious and particular, Midj's Clessidra Table applies the idea of time that passes to the round shape. With a diameter of 150 cm it consists of two conical elements that intersect each other with a thin metal ring, recalling a real hourglass. For a greater possibility of customization, the table is available entirely in wood or in a two-tone version, with a glass-ceramic top and a wooden or metal base.
The variety of 16 opaque and 3 glossy colors also distinguishes the small steel ring, junction point and heart of the entire structure.
design Nicola Bonriposi
The shape of the stones smoothed by water and wind on the beaches inspired the design of Concave. The designer Nicola Bonriposi has designed a family object in a unique way, transforming it into an object destined to last over time. The external formal simplicity hides a complex internal and design technology, which plays with lights and shadows. Concave can create versatile furnishing solutions: in living environments, with a single static central base, or in the workplace with large floors supported by multiple repetitive bases that are connected continuously.
The Concave table is available in round or rectangular version. The base is made of steel, top in cristalceramica.
design Fabrizio Batoni
The Calla collection is a concentrate of style. The polypropylene shell is made with an injection mold and is available in the chair or armchair version with armrests and can be upholstered in fabric, imitation leather or leather. The metal or wooden bases allow you to create infinite combinations, making Calla a versatile furnishing element, ideal for public and private spaces.
design Paolo Vernier
Soft, comfortable and with fine lines, Lea by Midj offers a steel structure that makes it particularly elegant. A metal contour outlines the seat, giving a play of light that highlights the refined design.
Elegance and versatility distinguish Lea, which can be upholstered with additional materials including wood, to meet the most diverse needs in residential and public settings.
design Roberto Paoli
Designed by designer Roberto Paoli, the new Pippi collection by Midj includes the chair, the armchair and two stools with different heights. Two curved metal tubes make up the original structure of the new Pippi chair, completely covered with a single covering of Vision fabric, lightly padded and bi-elastic that dresses the chair in a sartorial manner.
An extremely versatile collection that can be customized thanks to the wide range of colors available both in fabric and steel feet.
The Suite Collection, presented on the occasion of the 2017 Salone del Mobile, is now completed by unpublished bookcase and desk. Rigorous, elegant and refined, the range of chairs, armchairs, table and coffee table made of wood, steel and Tuscan leather are part of the range.
Made with a wooden structure, shelves and tube in painted steel, the Midj Suite Library defines a minimal and elegant design. The piece of furniture is available in the wall-mounted model or in the "back-to-back" version and is characterized by the extraordinary chromatic variety: the steel shelves are available in 16 matt colors and it is possible to choose the wooden structure from 9 finishes ( including painted red, blue and gray); the rear column, in addition to 16 opaque colors, is present in 3 glossy shades including rose gold, black nickel and chrome.
An original and modern design characterizes the new Midj Suite Desk, which consists of a smoked-colored flat glass top, supported by four asymmetrical legs and a steel tube that recalls the minimalist and clean style of the Library Suite. The wooden structure is available in 9 shades and the steel offers the choice between 16 opaque colors to meet different tastes and needs.
The possibility of adding a leather magazine rack gives an element of further character and personality to the entire design structure.
design Beatriz Sempere
The Apelle collection expands and finds new variations in different living environments. The design maintains its distinctive features adapting to the new pieces: the desk and the bookcase.
The Apelle bookcase incorporates the painted steel tube that characterizes the desk, and the entire collection in its structure. The idea is to create a dynamic library: the vertical architecture can be customized at different heights, choosing to combine two or four wooden shelves between them.
The Apelle desk is not only a practical piece of furniture, it is a real design element that fits with character into the interior spaces. The typical style of the Beatriz Sempere designer is recognizable in the rounded shapes of the wooden top with drawers, while the distinctive element of the collection, the painted steel tube, acts as a base. The design plays with the continuous shapes, both of the surface and of the tube, which continues without interruptions in height beyond the top where a practical LED lighting system is integrated.