During the Milan International Furniture Fair 2016, Hermès exhibited its new collections for the home at the Teatro Vetra, Piazza Vetra, in an earthen pavilion designed by the Mexican architect Mauricio Rocha.
Elegant, balanced and sophisticated was the mood at Hermès, where the French luxury company presented a collection focused on the combination of bull leather with oak wood and straw. This included the “Oria d’Hermès” range of chairs and armchairs inspired by a Sixties design by Rafael Moneo, as well as the Sellier sofa, which pays homage to the brand’s equestrian heritage. The collection, shown at a former theater in central Milan, also featured various small objects, from a magnifying glass to bowls to a top.
Here is a look inside Hermès’ home collection exhibit in Milan: