Luxury Living Group brings Maison&Objet a touch of ‘hospitality’. In fact, a luxury suite is recreated at the event, entirely furnished with proposals from the Heritage Collection and Paul Mathieu. The exposition is divided into different areas, consistent for elegance and refinement, marked with a look toward the future.
Heritage emphasises the company’s ability to produce products for the world of project and Contract design. Within the collection we find the designs of Fabrizio Cocchi.
The experience begins with the seductive reception, where the protagonists are the West Hollywood counters, the Boheme sofa and above all, the new Balanos suspended lighting, distinguished by leaves made of Murano glass.
These naturalistic elements represent the common thread between the first and the second area: here they embellish the Tancredi armchairs; the living and dining areas acquire intimacy and romanticism, atmospheres that are accentuated by elegant velvet curtains.
Continuing the journey in the Luxury Living Suite Paris – inspired by Art Déco and compositional play – one encounters new settings: the living room, study and cigar room make up the third area, a place where Italian savoir faire prevails.
This is only the prelude to the main rooms, the two bedrooms, the first furnished with a Foscari bed, the second with a Belisario bed. Serving as a connective area between the two, the sumptuous bathroom, covered in jade onyx.
Sensations of a seductive mystery – played this time in light tones – are also present in the open space designed by Paul Mathieu. The focal point of the setting is the new Allure sofa, paired with a carpet with a strong personality from which the 3D logo clearly emerges.