A furniture project included within a large exhibition space scattered with metal partitions that outline the environments: at Imm Cologne Trussardi Casa presents its proposals for everyday living through the new collection by Carlo Colombo, defined by essential and rigorous geometric lines.
Like those of Marris, the new sofa with textile upholstery that features armrests and backrest in fine leather that recalls the sophisticated scarves of the brand; or Maryl, the armchair in leather or fabric with essential shapes and a delicate marking that outlines the silhouette of the back and the armrest, to reinterpret through a fresh approach one of the living room’s classics; A more dynamic piece is the Hester armchair, which is presented as an all-rounder accessory for contemporary living, with solid wengé-lacquered ash wood structure. Cleto, on the other hand, is a modern sculptural table, with a top made of tempered smoked glass and steel structure, while Wady, the bookcase, opts for wengé finish for the oak wood, embellished with metal details in gunmetal or shiny brass finish. The same metal finish returns in Ebe, the table lamp, with a light-nuanced fabric shade.
A collection of natural elegance, where hues reflect suggestions linked to the earth with natural colors such as sand and taupe, embellished with brown and anthracite, next to orange and RAF nuances with soft and dusty shades. There are also some hints of green, citron yellow and teal green to highlight the silhouettes of sofas and armchairs.