Emerge from the lift on the fourth floor of Space and be greeted by a curvaceous screen made up of vertical timbre strips that offer a glimpse of the different sections that mimic a home.
The colour palette is light, with tones of taupe, sand and grey, accented by metals and oak, leading to a more feminine appearance.
There are separate areas for living, dining and wardrobes, united by threads of elegance and that contemporary style so sought after today.
A highlight has to be the Westside, designed by Jean Marie Massaud. While it looks like a sofa, a more accurate description would be system.
The multifunctional piece is sold in modules and can be configured as a two-face island to classic corner sofa.
A unique element is the movable backrest made with a thin, solid, toulipier wood base wrapped in leather.
Another piece is the Kay Lounge, also by Massaud. Elegant, lightweight and minimalistic, it sits well as a pair or individually, acting as an architectural accessory that comes in hide, leather or pony hair.
On the wardrobe front, Space now displays three new models: Cover, Silk and Plus.
Cover has two door handle configurations to select from, with the option to wrap the 25mm door in techno-leather, developed by Poliform R&D in Italy from composite leather.
It offers a luxe, retail style thanks to the appearance of a natural leather grain, and is available in four colours of Elefante, Moro, Latte and Nocciola.
A more affordable option is Silk, which has a melamine door finish and when viewed up close, also has a leather grain to it.
Finally, Plus is a 25mm door with handles located side-by-side that can open in leaf or coplanar style. It comes in a high-end lacquer or timbre veneer finish.
Other updates from the brand’s wardrobe collection include a lockable glass case and champagne-coloured metallic finishes.
Whether for home or hotel, designers can be assured that these expanded offerings from Poliform will fit comfortably into any project they are working on.