If the home is a human body, then its furniture are the clothes it wears.
Expect to find pieces available in fabric or leather and wood, made with craftsmanship that contributes to the Italian brand’s timeless allure.
Their forms offer a continuous dialogue between shape and material.
Much like one would tailor a suit or gown, selecting the furniture is similar to having a bespoke outfit made for the home to reflect the owner’s identity.
Here are three pieces that should be included in the order.
Emilia: Visually light, small in size and rounded in shape, this chair comes with a solid wood structure that can be glossy or matt lacquered. The seat comes in a textile, leather or saddle-leather depending on the style of the room.
Teresa: An armchair, this piece is marked by an oak wood structure with a deeper seat ideal for lounging in. Of note is its availability in “kuoio”, where the back, armrest and suspended seat comes in a saddle leather. A storage pocket can be hooked onto the armrest to slots magazines and files.
Vittorio: This coffee table is distinctive for its three-legged, circular shape made from a solid wood frame. Opt for black-painted glass, marble or oak to cover the top table; add an under-top in the same or contrasting finish for a more eclectic look.
This story is produced in collaboration with Meridiani. It first appeared in Issue 120: June 2021.