Potocco conquers China

The stage lights are focused on Asia for Potocco: after the official launch of Potocco Asia division with an event in Singapore, the company moves to Shanghai from 8 to 11 March to participate in Design Shanghai, together with its sales agent Domus Aurea.
The famous showroom, among the main addresses of the city in which to find the best brands of Italian design, welcomes inside its stand a selection of Potocco proposals.

A dining area will open the presentation, in which the protagonist is a large Katana table designed by Mauro Lipparini, with a circular top made of marble, in which a rotating tray is engraved (Lazy Susan) that accentuates its convivial character. Of Oriental inspiration, this elegant table is distinguished by its ideal combination of form and functionality, craftsmanship and evolved design. Chosen to accompany it are the Velis chairs by Mario Ferrarini whose soft upholstered backrests rise up elegantly from the seat as if they were electric.

A living zone welcomes the ample and soft shapes of the Purple sofa by Marco Viola with its irregular profiles having an artisan touch, flanked by the Venus armchairs by Alexander Lorenz, characterised by their high and wraparound backrest featuring the greatest comfort. The relaxation zone is completed by the Otta lounge chair by Chiaramonte Marin accompanied by the pouf of the same name which uses a typical octagonal form.

In the centre the Tray coffee tables by Marco Viola, with their elegant profile in curved wood, in the circular and square versions and  Otta by Chiaramonte Marin with its lines from the 50s, render the area functional.

Finally, a studio area proposes the Linus writing desk by Stephan Velt, a perfect synthesis of functionality and elegance: a drawer hidden with discretion in the precious top in hide leather increases its holding capacity without compromising the design. Chosen with matching Coulisse upholstered armchairs by Radice Orlandini that show their special nature in the precious pleats of the backrest due to the presence of bands that surround it softly.
The Blossom cabinet by Bernhardt & Vella creates a fascinating play of full and empty spaces.