When you start with a high standard of quality and an exceptional sense of aesthetics, it is almost a ‘natural consequence’ to reach a wide range of markets and contexts. This sums up the case of Talenti, a company that has built its identity around the design and production of outdoor furnishings, gaining force over the years with its focus on outstanding design and its collaborations with big international names. Always with an eye on the global market, Talenti now operates in about 50 countries with a versatile, highly qualified network, also to respond to the growing demand for products rigorously Made in Italy, often selected for international contract applications. A kaleidoscopic range of action that experiments with different languages and extends – beyond the residential market – to widely varied contract and hospitality projects.
Grand Hotel Atlantis Bay, Taormina
For the shared zones of the Grand Hotel Atlantis Bay in Taormina the firm has supplied the Casilda collection by Ramón Esteve, winner of the Best Exhibit Award, and Cleo Alu by Marco Acerbis, a young, dynamic line of products. Both are perfectly inserted in the landscape framed by the hotel’s enviable position, with unusual material combinations, elegant textile covers, refined hues like dark brown or brushed gold, white, dotted brown or dove gray mélange.
In the luxurious Royal Mirage Hotel of Dubai, adjacent to the evocative Jumeirah Beach, the swimming pool area has been enhanced by a row of Breez cots created by Karim Rashid, with sinuous, clean lines. This confirms the importance of the Middle Eastern market, especially the Arab Emirates.
Royal Mirage Hotel, Dubai
The company has also seized the opportunities offered by the recent opening of the world of yachting to design and domestic furnishings, altered to adapt to the characteristics of the marine environment. From Azimut to Benetti, V Marine to Sanlorenzo, by way of Ferretti Group, Canados, Weider and CRN Navi, there are many cases in which Talenti outdoor furnishings have been included in the decor. The latest is the collaboration with Baglietto for the new 48 T-Line Silver Fox, which features Casilda and Cleo on the sundeck, alongside the infinity pool, in the dining area and the large water-level beach club.
Villa sul Palazzo, Rome
The materials of the latest generation, perfectly resistant to weathering and heat, easy to wash and to use, adapting to both contemporary and classic spaces, have also conquered the Villa sul Palazzo in Rome, a project by Ramón Esteve inside a building constructed in 1912 by the engineer Giovanni Battista Milani as the Roman dwelling of Prince Carrega. Here, above the Tiber Valley, from the central terrace one enjoys a marvelous view of the city, seated on Casilda Oro, a collection that incorporates advanced research on materials, with ample, comfortable seats supported by elastic belting, and featuring padding in quick dry foam.
Talenti has implemented a true growth strategy, which continues with the upcoming opening of a new and futuristic production facility.