october 05, 2020 - CaosCreo

Caoscreo and the Bright Colors of the 1980s to Regain Possession of Life

Two furnishing elements with bright colors that symbolize life - fuchsia and orange, the one in its brightest and most vivid color, united under the #caoscreo brand that shapes the metal, works it with two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes, laying it on a minimal and functional style that fits perfectly into the interior ...

Fuchsia Puntable, #design by Adriano Giannini, coffee table that recalls with a certain sympathetic fidelity the three-pointed drawing pin, follows a circular shape and is especially suited to the function of a support surface for magazines or coffee breaks, or even a table for dining rooms and for receptions, even better if convivial with guests in the living room ...

Orange Square, a lamp that hides an "extraordinarily" twentieth-century line, complete with a "stitching effect" obtained through laser processing and the colored fabric cable to give a "specific tailoring" to this object with an essential, square shape and dedicated to lighting so apparently retro for how it is built, which suggests a bedroom setting for a studio light, a table light, almost in an evening setting ...

The Bright "Fluo" Colors of the 80s are Back to Regain Possession of Life

So vintage takes back its space but this time we are no longer talking about the 20s, 50s or 60s, the most celebrated decades, but directly the 80s, which many can remember as years of youth and well-being that it was breathed in the West. The decade of hedonism and Reaganism, therefore of individualism, in which customs changed in a broad sense and strong colors, "Fluo", showy, chosen on purpose not to go unnoticed, dominated the fashions. And not only taken individually but also, through what is called color-blocking, the combination of one-colors apparently in contrast to each other; the colors that were most popular were electric blue, acid green, turquoise, fuchsia, fluorescent yellow ...

Fashion was segmented by marking different trends rather than a dominant unitary style, with Italian prêt-à-porter and the Milanese “school” on the rise, and visual culture also dominating the musical arts. As if today regaining possession of these colors also wanted to symbolize a return to "attacking life" after the summer, without waiting passively for it, to dynamically recover the difficult months we have left behind.

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