Corradi has been designing and producing personalised and unique outdoor solutions for public and private spaces since 1978. It does so like a skilled alchemist who knows how to work in harmony with nature, transforming an outdoor space into a living space. This is the perfect synthesis of form and essence. This is the Corradi style.
The pursuit of wellness through hydrotherapy is a practice that dates back to the ancient Romans, who used to spend several hours a day in hot baths to relax and purify the body from toxins. In recent decades spas and hot baths have become increasingly popular, also thanks to the understanding of thermal springs' positive effects on the health of the body and mind. But wouldn't it be nice to be able to enjoy the benefits of hydrotherapy without having to leave home?
Your own home can become an oasis of well-being by turning your bathroom into a private spa, renovating your basement or using the outdoor space to install an outdoor hot tub immersed in the greenery of the surrounding nature. Or if you then have a rooftop terrace you can enjoy a refreshing soak in the sky: what could be better than a moment of relaxation with a picturesque view?
In recent decades the concept of "living" has undergone many transformations, in step with the changes that have taken place in society and people's lifestyles. Today the home is no longer just a place for relaxing and getting away from the world, indeed it is increasingly becoming an environment for a full range of activities that in the past were the prerogative of others spaces. The increasingly common trend of smart working, less and less subordinated to spatial and temporal constraints, means that the home can be transformed into a workspace. Similarly, sports and cinema can become indoor experiences thanks to the tools and applications offered by technology. Organising secret concerts or dinners with strangers (social eating) is becoming increasingly widespread in the home, making it a true gathering place.
The Pantone Colour Institute has announced the colour that will accompany us throughout 2019 and that will dictate trends in the fields of fashion, design and furniture, even for the outdoors. After 2018's bold Ultra Violet, this year's choice fell on a more delicate shade, though just as full of verve, an elegant nuance between pink and orange. Indeed, the Pantone colour for 2019 is Living Coral, a colour that recalls the liveliness of the coral reef, chosen by the famous colour-brand to inaugurate a year promoting environmental sustainability, a theme that is also important for contemporary architecture, nature and optimism.
More and more people love to spend their time gardening, growing vegetables and, more generally, staying outdoors, even seeking out green spaces in the city. At the same time, the desire for community is growing, as confirmed by the many experiences of "life sharing" in various areas: from cars to homes, travel, urban gardens and apartment building spaces. This is the case of roof terraces, modern forms of hanging gardens where the passion for do-it-yourself greenery often combines with the desire to share spaces and services in apartment complexes.