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Between modernity and elegance

Between modernity and elegance


Designed to meet our daily needs, furniture is one of the most important elements in the home. It defines the way of living and acting, whatever its shape and style. A selection to embellish your rooms: from novelties that emphasize a modern and futuristic appearance, to noble furniture that shines with their timeless elegance.

The new Tru Damascus fabric accentuates the splendor of the Oval armchair, designed by Carlo Colombo for the Trussardi Casa brand of Luxury Living Group. The central element of the project is the metal oval, profile of the Trussardi logo: like an old medieval emblem, it recalls the symbolic Italian spirit of the Milanese brand. Crafted of steel in the new dark mat and galvanic bronze finish, it features dark chocolate Vermont leather details with a Greyhound logo print.

Soft velvet fabric gracefully drapes the frame of Kenneth Cobonpue’s Sage sofa like a leaf resting quietly on the earth. Inspired by Thumbelina and her story, Sage elevates comfort to a memorable experience, making reality much more magical.

For Fratelli Boffi, Philippe Bestenheider imagines Lui 6, an upholstered armchair with hexagonal fabric covering and solid wood structure. Available in all finishes.

The Stay outdoor furniture collection, by studio Kaschkasch for German manufacturer Blomus, includes a lounger, ottoman, reclining bed and a minimalist but functional side table. A true invitation to relax and unwind, each piece of furniture is made with a water-repellent material and the padding of the cushion, made of polystyrene beads respectful of the environment, helps maintain volume and shape. Thanks to its lightweight materials, the bed can be easily moved around the patio or the garden, indoors or outdoors. The backrest is supported by a metal bracket to adjust the angle of inclination.

Ukrainian designer Nikita Bukoros creates this set of three tables with the imaginary possibilities of the world of OZ in mind. Each wooden table receives random mirror shapes inserted, which makes it unique. The mirrors rest on the surface like small splashes of liquid silver reflecting flowers, vases and other objects placed on the table, creating beautiful compositions of their surroundings.

Strong lines and geometric shapes make up this piece created by Kenneth Cobonpue. Capturing the fiery spirit of this mythical creature, the Dragon armchair comes in vivid black and red colors. The solid, cushioned base contrasts with the open weave of the frame, creating a modern throne for adventurers.

The Bijou table, designed by OKHA, is made up of two surfaces using contrasting materials and irregularly positioned legs. The plan view shows a curvaceous organic shape, like that of a pebble shaped by water over time, a shape influenced and constrained by nature rather than by machine or computer.

Created by Basaglia + Rota Nodari for Vigano Office, Tommy is a pouf whose upper part is upholstered in fabric and the sides in leather. It is characterized by a curvy cut that allows you to insert the fresh daily newspaper, a panel with a separate sound-deadening function, or to accommodate a table. Additional accessory possible: charger for induction phones also with integrated USB connector.

Designed by Chiara Andreatti for Potocco, the Hishi collection of indoor and outdoor coffee tables is available in two different heights. Ceramic base with peach or gray sand finish. Square or circular top in bronzed glass or Canaletto walnut.

Inspired by the ancient baobab, Kenneth Cobonpue’s Acacia table collection features rattan poles fastened together to create sculptural and fluid contours. The natural and raw assembly of rattan is a stark contrast to the clean and minimalist top.

Formed by the German designer duo Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider, the Kaschkasch studio imagines 908, for Rolf Benz. This piece, entirely in metal, pays homage to Pablo Picasso and his one-line drawing technique. Unadorned but sculptural, this piece of furniture works as a light stand, valet, coat rack… It rests on a solid base and can be easily moved from one living space to another, thanks to the felt pads. Available in black, gray or metallic brown.

Accademia storage systems (free-standing or wall-mounted), designed by Studio 63 for Cimento Collection, stand out for their aesthetic and formal balance given by symmetry, by the alternation of full and empty spaces, by the different thicknesses of horizontal elements and vertical and by the union of two opposing materials, Cimento and wood.

The iconic curves of the best-selling Butterfly inspire the new Swan range, a contemporary and elegant reinterpretation designed by Carlo Colombo for the Bentley Home brand of Luxury Living Group. The backrest and seat are made of curved wood, covered with leather or fabric. Optional embroidery with logo on the back cushion and square diamond quilting on the outside of the frame.

The design of the Precious chair, by Johannes Torpe for Moroso, is an attempt to reduce the cross section to the lowest possible limit, in order to create a light and elegant product that defies the laws of physics. The legs are extremely slender and the chrome-plated or painted steel plate, which forms the base of the seat, has a minimalist design reminiscent of the shape of a thin ring or wedding ring.

The Vignole coffee table collection, from the Parisotto + Formenton studio for Cimento Collection, is made up of four homogeneous and heterogeneous elements in height, shape and color, perfect for embellishing and giving a unique character to environments.

Solid Chair, designed by Thijmen Van Der Steen, is an invitation to relax. Its seat slightly inclines towards its backrest will retain you as much as possible. The base and the armrests resume vertical and horizontal lines, giving it a raw look that seduces us. The armchair comes with cushions made with strong and colorful Kvadrat fabric.

Iconic armchair from the new Fendi Casa collection for Luxury Living Group, Margaret presents a padded structure with metallic details in bronze, shade or palladium.

In creating the Lily mobile chandelier, Kenneth Cobonpue was inspired by sprawling water lilies. Their natural movement as they float on water is mimicked in the air like hanging awnings dancing in the wind.

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The Murano coffee tables, signed Omri Revesz for Cimento Collection, are the result of the combination of two simple and superimposed volumes, united to create an object balanced between sculpture and functionality. The shapes and colors are inspired by the glass goblets and colored glasses typical of Murano art.

Produced with an iconic shape and a delicate character, similar to an elegant natural sculpture, the Bloom valet, by Sovrappensiero Design Studio for Formae, is positioned with refinement in everyday living spaces, to house the items of the wardrobe with irreproachable efficiency.

Giratempo, designed by Leonardo Fortino for Formae, is a blocky product that, in a few simple forms, brings together the ritual of leaving the house: checking the time, taking one last look in the mirror, grabbing your keys. The circular clock pivots on itself to reveal a mirror at the back, while the rectangular base includes a handy changing tray, forming a playful but functional object.

From the internal curved line of the vertical structure to the rounded corners and inlaid glass of the partitions, the Eastwood bookcase, for Luxury Living Group, evokes the codes of elegance and finesse of Bentley. The structure is characterized by the large section of the wood panels that define its profile: curved on one side and flat on the other, beautifully refined in the corners.

Lightness, flexibility, sartorial spirit and large proportions characterize the new line of Mori suspension lamps, imagined by Omri Revesz for Cimento Collection, and made with the innovative Cimento skin, a delicate irregular surface, which makes each piece unique. The gist of the design refers to the instinctive gesture of overlapping the edges of a sheet of paper to create a conical shape.

The new OTX dining table extends the namesake collection designed by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti for Potocco. Available with ash or nano-tech resin top for indoor and HPL for outdoor.

Designed for Vigano Office by Basaglia + Rota Nodari, Milly is a chair with soft and enveloping shapes. Over a hundred materials, including fabrics, colors and upholstery make this a crossover seat. Ethereal, it is based on different structures: base in chromed metal in the fixed, swivel and swivel versions with wheels, and structure in steel rods with chrome or RAL finish. To obtain an even more elegant and transverse seat, legs in natural ash wood are available, which makes Milly suitable for a young and dynamic stay.

The branching forms of coral are the inspiration behind Coral, the centerpiece designed by Chiara Ricci for Formae. It is a multi-level stand, consisting of a structure made of round bars on which small metal plates are fixed at different heights.

The Dock table, designed by David Lopez Quincoces for Potocco, is characterized by a light structure: the legs and the top are very dry, shortened in their width. The slats, in iroko wood, are arranged next to each other, composing a harmonious and organized sequence, while, on both sides, the top section is tapered at the edges, giving the table an aerial aspect.

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