Trussardi Casa 2018 furniture collection speaks to the new generations with a style which has been translated into furnishing solutions of natural elegance, poised between tradition and modernity, always faithful to Trussardi traditions.
The designer Carlo Colombo has sketched out an interior project defined by essential and calibrated geometric lines capable of recounting the sense of familiarity dear to the Milanese Fashion House. A path which runs inside an exhibition space defined by relaxed atmospheres where leather panelling alternates with mirrored surfaces. Natural shades contrasting with hints of more intense colours are the background to a collection which combines fashion and design.
“A collection which highlights the excellence of Made in Italy: the painstaking attention to detail and the careful choice of materials is reflected in the chosen fabrics, precious and with structured textures, combined with soft and skilfully-worked leather, ” commented luxurylivinggroup, the manufacturer of top furniture brands in luxury lifestyle segment such as Fendi Casa, Bentley Home, Trussardi Casa, Heritage, Ritz Paris Home Collection, Bugatti Home, Paul Mathieu.
“Gunmetal, brushed bronze and polished brass metal parts are combined with woods in wenge-stained oak and surfaces in Carrara, Emperador Dark, Marquina and the new Breccia Sarda marble, stones of typical Italian tradition,” added Luxury Living Group.
Innovation and tradition are masterfully combined in the eclectic and ironic CipCip armchair. The unique structure made from a die-cast monoblock element has an iconic curved silhouette covered in fine leather with visible seaming that contrasts with the sleek metal base. It is a genuine invitation for rest and relaxation.
The silhouette of the Brizia chair is characterised by clear and essential shapes. This sophisticated but simple chair is the result of an innovative and skilful project. It is suitable both for the dining area and the office. It is presented with a padded steel frame completely upholstered by a single hide coat in the shades of Brandy.
A contemporary and eclectic design for the Cubo and Totem bookcases. Rational details and a versatile dimension characterise these two pieces—one with a front door, the other entirely open—defined by the wenge-dyed oak structure. Contrasting containing elements in varnished wood with a matte finish and burnished steel details complete the design with its full contours.
Ebe & Spiga lamps – Functional and stylish decorative elements.
Spiga is a table or floor lamp with a slender geometric structure in the gun-metal grey finish, and a fabric shade to spread warm, enveloping light throughout the room. Ebe is a table lamp with a clear and accurate design. The steel structure, with gunmetal or polished brass finish, houses the light-coloured fabric lampshade.