Riflessi enchants Naples

The Abruzzo-based company embellishes the 5-star The Britannique in Naples with custom-made creations

The Britannique Naples
The Britannique Naples

Riflessi customizes the interiors of The Britannique Naples, Curio Collection by Hilton, the refined 5-star hotel located on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, restored to its original splendor by Gnosis Progetti soc. coop. To enhance the spaces, twenty custom tables have been selected from the Shangai series, one of the brand’s bestsellers, which with its sculptural base of angled, overlapping legs suggests the game of pick-up-sticks.

Shangai is the very successful series the Abruzzo-based furniture company located in Ortona, in the province of Chieti, offers in a wide range of variants and sizes: for the hotel in Naples, the table has been interpreted with a base in an elegant finish made by hand in brushed brass, combined with a top in coke oak, for a harmonious and at the same time original contrast. The pieces have been custom-made in the size 100×100 cm, and each one features a special 45-degree cut on one border of the top, to make it easy to place the tables side by side.

The Britannique Naples
The Britannique Naples

The brand confirms its role as an ideal partner in sartorial projects and custom creations, responding to the requirements of private customers and contract applications, as in the case of the Bianca Relais at Oggiono, a modern lakeview villa, or the Urubamba restaurant, also in Naples.

Riflessi becomes an ambassador of know-how Made in Italy, with its great flexibility, and a philosophy based on fine tailoring, attention to detail, materials of the highest quality and rigorous workmanship exclusively carried out in Italy. Every product tells a story of respect for the environment and the territory, a commitment and a passion that translate into the recovery and utilization of crafts techniques that run the risk of extinction, the use of recyclable materials and water-based coatings, and the construction of a network of local ‘zero-km’ suppliers.

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