New Felicerossi

Mumble, Divina and Felicerosa are three new seating pieces from Italian company Felicerossi.

Felicerosa is a chair designed by Karim Rashid that opens up like a flower. The chair comes in a high gloss lacquered finish or fully upholstered with a customizable armrest that can be inlaid with different materials.

Divina, designed by Jacco Bregonje, is “a rejection of the ‘rational square boxes’ that dominated furniture design before the advent of Charles and Ray Eames and Verner Panton.” The Divina armchair uses soft, sculptural contours to mimic the reposing form of the human body. The furniture provides a simple tabletop for the portable technology that now seems to follow us everywhere.

Mumble, designed by UAU, is a line of sectional sofas and armchairs conceived to completely change the concept of the sofa as we traditionally know it. Mumble can be arranged in many positions, even a central position like an island on the middle of a room. The different modules are easily approachable and connectible including some accessories: the round stool, for example, can be used also without the central part, becoming a simple pillow. The empty space can be filled with a tray. The central part can be, once it is fixed at the desired position, a table top for drinks and food. Definitely great for entertaining and flexible enough for small or large rooms.

Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk, is a Jersey girl living in SoCal. She dreams about funky, artistic jewelry + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, making music, and drawing.