MDF Italia introduces the Mood Book, an inspirational tool dedicated to professionals and to all design lovers.

The name itself "Mood Book - Home Life Attitude" denotes its editorial nature of storytelling in the field of home living. Attitude evokes not only a way of living, but also a different way of using the products: the three locations chosen, different from each other in terms of style and situation of use, see the products set in real spaces and in everyday’s life situations.

Halfway between a photographic story and a magazine, the Mood Book tells the story of the MDF Italia collection through the interiors in which it is set.

In the first location, "Inside-Out", indoor and outdoor spaces blend harmoniously creating fluid environments and outdoor living spaces where it is possible to rediscover the value and pleasure of living en plein air.
Tables, chairs and sofas become the true protagonists of the outdoors: high-performance materials and finishes inspired by the colours of nature emphasize the textures and the essence of the material.

The stories of daily life intertwine with work commitments in "Hybrid Nature", the second location. A contemporary home that responds to the evolution of domestic spaces intended also for work, where the environments are transversal and the products flexible: the table for meetings hosts dinners among friends, the sofa is designed to welcome us at any time of day, the bookcases house decorative objects, but also volumes and books.

The last location, "Third skin", is a pure domestic environment, a house surrounded by greenery that maintains its identity and intimacy. Light and shadow, bright and dark tones are the leitmotif of this home designed to be at its best in all seasons of the year: sofas and armchairs provide a cozy welcome in front of a blazing fire in the colder seasons, and outdoor lunches brighten up the days in fine weather.

The Mood Book will accompany the reader in an unconventional tale of MDF Italia; a tale that explores our identity through stories of domestic landscapes.


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