Luxury Living Group shares a universe of inspirations, motifs, trends, and styles at this year’s Salone del Mobile. The Group will be present at the trade show with seven brands, its presence distributed fluidly between pavilions 3 and 7, with its collections representing the xLux world as well as the strictly contemporary.
Starting with Fendi Casa, a collection made up of continuous cross-references between fashion and design, and which this year plays with an intensely modern and ironic style in both its indoor and outdoor décor. The brand can even be seen in the context of the FuoriSalone alongside the fashion house, with a project designed by Cristina Celestino entitled “Back Home”. In an installation divided into 5 environments within the store on Via Solari, the designer reinterprets the Pequin motif, using Fendi’s iconic pattern to create a range of furniture in which matter and colour play a primary role.
Bentley Home celebrates 100 years of Bentley Motors with a limited edition collection of 100 models, designed by the same designers of the automotive company. The capsule collection (characterised by the special Bentley Centenary logo) features three pieces (a desk, a sofa, and an ottoman), and pays tribute to Crewe, the town in Cheshire, England that is home to the Bentley factory.
Bugatti also celebrates an anniversary: 110 years represented by the iconic Cobra Chair 110 Limited Edition in white and blue, alongside the Bugatti Home collection designed by Carlo Colombo and Toan Nguyen and directly inspired by the car manufacturer’s simplicity, technology, and elegance.
An entirely different kind of allure characterises the products by Trussardi Casa, conceived by Carlo Colombo, who combines comfort with sartorial attention to detail. Fabrics and leathers are animated by delicate contrasts and multiple colours, with metal details in gunmetal grey, brushed bronze, and shiny brass finishes, accompanied by oak grains and the new Palissandro Brazilian Rosewood.
After its preview in Paris in January, the new Baccarat La Maison collection shows itself off in all of its sparkling splendour; a collection born from the meeting between Luxury Living Group and Baccarat, legendary French producer of crystal. Baccarat’s history becomes a source of inspiration for a line of home furniture and accessories, combining traditional and modern characteristics as well as artisan craftsmanship. In fact, the collection is produced and distributed in Italy by Luxury Living Group, while the production of the crystal remains entrusted to Baccarat’s artisan craftsmen.
Finally, the range of products is enhanced by the Luxury Living Outdoor collection and the debut of Luxury Living Hospitality, a brand of hotel furniture born from the Group’s desire to broaden its thirty years of experience in the sector.