Three Leading Designers Join Forces with Bentley Home to Create Innovative Collection

Bentley Home collaborates with Three World Renowned Designers for 2023 Salone del Mobile. Bentley Home launches a new seven strong collection during Milan Design Week 2023, in collaboration with three world renowned designers and architects. The Bentley Home Atelier at the historical Palazzo Chiesa is transformed for the occasion providing a multisensory backdrop within its inner courtyard garden.

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Bentley Home unveils its latest collection in a stunning showcase at the prestigious Salone del Mobile – Milan Design Week. The luxury brand collaborates with three of the world’s most renowned designers and architects to create a seven-strong collection that combines elegance and sustainability with cutting-edge technology and expert craftsmanship.

The Bentley Home Atelier at 2023 Milano Design Week, located in the historic Palazzo Chiesa, is transformed into a multisensory oasis, complete with an inner courtyard garden. The collection reaffirms Bentley Home’s commitment to substance and style in contemporary furniture design.

One of the standout pieces in the collection is the new table series created in collaboration with Federico Peri. The series includes a beautiful coffee table, available in exquisite veneer options, as well as a new Marble finish by Paper Factor. The founder of Paper Factor, architect Riccardo Cavaciocchi, has created a tabletop finish that looks and feels like marble, but is made using raw paper and natural pigments, aligning with Bentley’s focus on sustainability and expert craftsmanship.

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The use of sustainable materials is at the forefront of the brand’s design ethos, with Paper Factor harnessing traditional techniques using both hand and machine, creating customisable finishes that will be offered more widely across the Bentley Home collection in 2023.

Chris Cooke, Head of Bentley design Collaborations, commented, “Bentley’s collaboration with world-renowned designers is a shared purpose that transcends beyond mere creative exchange. The new capsule collection for 2023 brilliantly combines innovative sustainable materials with the flowing lines and elegant curves of a Bentley car to create shapes that provide expert craftsmanship and comfort in contemporary furniture design.”

Bentley Home’s latest collection is a testament to its commitment to creating beautiful and sustainable furniture that embodies the brand’s spirit of luxury and refinement.

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The new collection reaffirms Bentley’s most distinctive design features: well-defined lines, the skilful use of wood, iconic curves and contoured shapes.

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The Thames coffee and side table

Designed by Peri and available as two-or three-piece sets, the Thames tables sum up Bentley Home’s vision based on painstaking attention to detail, sustainable materials and craftsmanship. Their atoll-like design features a contrasting core set inside dynamically curved veining patterns on well-defined elegant legs.

One of the coffee tables is available in a Paper Factor® version designed by Riccardo Cavaciocchi. It is made from a “raw paper” micro cellulose compound and natural pigments, processed to obtain a tabletop that is like marble and available in monochrome or with burgundy accents.

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The Camden dining table

Milan based designer, Federico Peri has created the new Camden dining table in collaboration with Bentleyhome. Its design exemplifies some of the main concepts behind the Bentleyhome 2023 collection: energy, sharp and clear-cut lines, lightness and substance. The elegant legs of the table are designed to give a suspension-like effect and a heightened sense of weightlessness that results in an elegant dynamic finish.

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The Dalston console table

The geometric console features a dynamic trio combination and unique marble effect with delicate sinuous lines. Its shape, inspired by the front of a vintage Bentley, provides a sense of power and movement. Set on a rich dark base, the artist applied degradé effect, which was launched by Bentleyhome in 2021, offers customers a further customisation option in an ombre effect finish applied to their chosen veneer, and new for 2023 this is now offered on the marble console. This is just one the extensive options available enabling customers to create highly personalised specifications.

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The Bayton sofa and armchair

Designed by architect Carlo Colombo in partnership with Bentleyhome, the Bayton sofa is elegant and refined in form and exudes comfort. Its shape takes inspiration from a Bentley car with a fine wooden frame and beautifully proportioned curves, combined with streamlined, tightly fitted upholstery.

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The Brixton bed

Curved and dynamic lines define this highly comfortable bed, fusing minimalism, and elegance. The inner frame of the double headboard is available with a natural wood or lacquer finish and contrasts with the slim upholstery to simulate the concept of movement. An optional light can be integrated into the headboard, both beautiful and functional, highlighting the diverse textures of the bed. The inner frame, the bedside shelves and the footboard are available in a choice of veneers.

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