MDC | The new Roda terraces
During the MDC, the RODA brand presents two important innovations. The first is the beginning of the collaboration between the company and the famous designer Michael Anastassiades, who created the new Plein Air outdoor table. The second is the important issue of sustainability, now more relevant than ever on the eve of the increasingly widespread awareness of a way of designing more attentive to green issues.
Plein Air is born from the refined mix of linear geometries and elementary curves of a minimal style, an example of sober and refined elegance where the absence of visible seams combined with the generous length of 280 cm attest to its absolute dominance in any space domestic, indoor and outdoor.
By adopting the theme of sustainability, RODA also aims to enhance harmony with nature, as well as a relationship between man and the environment under the banner of longevity and product quality. From the use of 100% FSC® certified teak (from controlled forests), natural brown cork and aluminum to the wide range of fabrics, straps and cords in recycled acrylic, the entire RODA offer is rigorously Greenguard Gold certified, and therefore meets stringent American standards for volatile chemical emissions.
Strengthened by the long-term collaboration that binds it to Salvioni Design Solutions, RODA has chosen once again this year to furnish the terraces of the Salvioni Milano Durini showroom, presenting its novelties in the catalog without renouncing the cornerstones that have long made it number one company.
On the first floor a large and finely structured environment stands out, where soft green and blue shades characterize two different compositional areas. The first is dominated by the Laze sofa, Stork coffee table and Double pouf. The second instead, more extensive and articulated, formed by the skilful combination of the Arena daybed with the equally iconic Mistral sofas and Laze armchair. The Network and Bernardo coffee tables concentrate here, in turn flanked by Double poufs. On the side, a dining area where the Stem table and Piper chairs stand out, perfect for completing the RODA assortment.
On the third floor we discover a warmer area, with pink hues to celebrate the composition formed by the new Plein Air table by Michael Anastassiades. Starting from an elegant convivial area, it is possible to enter a second extremely suggestive relaxation area, where the Piper sofa and Orson armchairs are complemented by Double poufs and Root tables. The Wing panels are a must, ideal for directing the gaze and delimiting outdoor environments with extremely tasteful shades and patterns.