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What should be in the house: an interview with designer Samuel Mazza

The flagship salon was opened on November 30Milano Home Concept in the Riviera shopping and entertainment center. The event was attended by Samuele Mazza, a brilliant designer who created several pieces of furniture for the Italian brand. We asked him a few questions and learned a lot of interesting Milano Home Concept in our country will become something that interior design has lacked so much lately. Real Italian furniture, of high quality, stylish and thought out to the smallest detail, and at the same time with a pleasant value. A large and talented team is working on the Milano Home Concept brand. But a special ovation went to the main character of the evening - Samuele Mazza, the legendary designer who is known all over the world. Samuele Mazza, back in the 80s, started out asa fashion designer and even wrote more than three dozen books about fashion and design - a very unusual fact for the biography of designers, usually they are completely absorbed in their main occupation. As we have already, in the field of fashion, Samuele Mazza succeeded, but one day, happy for the interior world, he decided to change his field of activity, plunged into interior design and quickly acquired the title of genius. But Samuele doesn't even have a specialized education as a designer! In fact, there are not many differences between clothing and furniture. After all, furniture "dresses" the house as a kind of body. Clothing and interior designers are equally trying to think about what forms and materials are suitable for a person or for a home. The only difference is that people dress in clothes, and the house dresses people. Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuel Mazza for Milano Home Concept Samuele Mazza for Milano Home Concept From Fashionof the past, Samuele Mazza got into the habit of doing her job for women. Therefore, his creations are always addressed specifically to them - sensual, sexy, flirtatious. According to Samuele, an interior without a woman will never be complete, because a man has a completely different mindset and role in the house. The world is in the hands of women: they decide how to raise a child, when to stop the love story, what to buy and what not. They allow men to play with his toys, and a man is always happy if a woman buys a huge TV, sets up a gym or billiard room in the house. But to create and organize all this is a woman's business. Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza Samuele Mazza Samuele Mazza created the interiorsboutiques Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Roberto Cavalli and has developed several lines of furniture for premium brands. But nevertheless, he believes that fashionable and beautiful furniture can and should be inexpensive and widely available. - In the past, it seemed to me that real beauty is a pleasure for the elites. But now I have matured a firm conviction that beauty should be democratic. Look at what happened in the fashion industry: brands like Zara, for example, have become trend setters, despite their low price segment. Fashion should be for everyone, regardless of the amount of money. Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza Samuele Mazza Samuele Mazza often works withcelebrities: he designed houses for Lenny Kravitz, George Michael, George Clooney and Amber Valens. His interiors are not just a tribute to fashion or echoes from the fashion past. They exist for real people, for real life. We wondered what, in the opinion of the Italian designer, should be in an ideal home. My ideal home should have:

  • dog;
  • one or two pictures;
  • a huge refrigerator;
  • something of antiques;
  • one fine carpet;
  • one musical instrument;
  • Photo.

But I believe that all this can regularlychange, just like clothes. If you are tired of old furniture, do not wait, boldly sell it and buy a new one. And it's not necessary to spend a lot of money. The main thing - remember: change always makes you younger! Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza Samuel Mazza

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