Each piece of furniture in the new Fendi Casa collection 2020 unveiled at Maison & Objet Paris may be personalised down to its finest details (from coatings to metallic inserts, all the way to patterns and colours), designed as they are to respond to the most diverse inspirations.
The colour palette of the collection space plays on contrasts. The neutral shades of quartz grey, clay and leather are combined with the bright colours of the accessories, pouffes and coffee tables: ultramarine blue, tea green, paprika orange, garnet red and saffron.
FENDI CASA LAMBERT BED
The adjustable height of the headboard is the distinguishing feature of the Fendi Casa Lambert bed. The versatility of the panels, customisable in both number and choice of upholstery (leather or fabric) a well as the colours, enable you to engage your imagination and play with the FENDI stylistic references. This furniture element is made contemporary also by the details in galvanized metal applied between successive panels or covered in leather in the iconic Pequin pattern.
KELLY BRACELET ARMCHAIR
The Kelly armchair features a wraparound structure characterised by independent metal armrests, also available in fabric or leather version. The contemporary lines of the design are enhanced by the galvanized metal insert between the seat and armrests, a shared detail that serves to link the elements of the new collection. The base is made of wood and houses the exclusive swivel mechanism designed for FENDI Casa.
ANYA LITE COFFEE TABLE
Colour dominates the Anya Lite coffee table, a contemporary reinterpretation of the Anya range. The new Fendi Anya Lite Coffee Table offers a reference to the iconic Astuccio motif.
Two versions are available: the first, in extra-clear tempered glass. The second, in wood with the brand’s lettering set in brass, is presented in natural and dark variants and in the new matte Antique Rosewood finish.
SIDE TO SIDE CARPET
The Side to Side carpet features a play of stripes in black, white and ultramarine blue. The FENDI logo is inlaid in the carpet which is made from New Zeland wool and bamboo.
The essential and contemporary profile of the Moore sofa reinterprets the FENDI stylistic codes by presenting an intriguing combination of eclectic and distinctive details. The galvanized steel armrests highlight the modularity of the sofa, alternating their function as a support for the armrest, the writing tablet or the backrest as required. Optional accessories include the marble or wood top with inlaid brass logo, the Astuccio embroidery and the FF all over logo on the armrest.
A reinterpretation of an iconic pattern of the FENDI tradition, the Morris table is a tribute to the Astuccio motif: The wooden top, also available in the new Antique Rosewood matte rosewood finish, houses elegant galvanized metal grafts that ideally divide it into three parts. The legs are in steel and wood, with coordinated finishes for the top and the lasered FENDI logo.