Talenti has launched its 2018 collection at Maison & Objet, with the exclusive event “Dejéuner sur l’herbe”. An important milestone for the Italian company which saw the participation of its directors along with designers Ramon Esteve and Marco Acerbis, during which the new range of outdoor furnishings was demonstrated. Two new ranges which distinguish themselves, like all Talenti products, in terms of original design and technical quality.
Here is Domino, designed by Marco Acerbis, consisting of sofa, arm chairs, chairs and tables, all defined by a powder coated aluminium structure, available in white or graphite. The back upholstery distinguishes itself in virtue of the external alamaro which holds together and unite two folds of beige mélange colour fabric – for the white structure version – or dark grey – for the graphite structure version. Removable and resistant to atmospheric agents, cushioning is quick dry foam padded. The original sofas are embellished by a front band in teak. Tables are proposed in a number of versions: the round coffee table with Santa Fiore or Basaltine marble top, the rectangular coffee table with teak top, or the extendible dining table in two sizes, with teak top.
The new collection Moon by Christian Visentin is equally characterised by elegance, containing sofas, chairs, armchairs, deck chairs and tables decisively characterised by a natural teak structure design. Seat arm rests and backs are in aluminium covered by a weave of grey synthetic fabric ropes, whereas cushioning is in removable, washable grey fabric, resistant to atmospheric agents. The coffee table and dining table are finished with a grey HPL top. The sun bed (impalpable, with wheels), is in black textilene. On occasion of Maison & Objet, Talenti also presented an additional two outdoor ranges: Casilda and Cottage, designed by Ramon Esteve; Eden and Soho, by Marco Acerbis.