The Curved Universe: furniture that inspires
NEARLY CLOSING THE YEAR OF THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY, HIH RECOVERS PIECES OF TIMELESS CURVED DESIGN
In the 60s and 70s, they dominated interiors, making natural woods shine in cozy and organic environments. Then they were passed over to the background because other forms came into the picture. Expected alternations, resulting from the practices of designers who became notable and were dictating trends. But behold, now they regain the stage and all the attention: yes, the curved furniture is back!
There is an installed and shared desire to transform spaces through a more fluid and smooth aesthetic, closer to the natural world, with wavy layouts that appeal to the sensorial and balance the decoration. The monotony of spaces is broken and comfort is amplified in a game of contrasts of infinite possibilities.
The current challenge is to insert some jazz notes in the most organized environments. In other words, letting in the freedom of the curved line, because, as Oscar Niemeyer taught us, “the curve is what makes the concrete seek infinity.”