Opera Contemporary: relaxation is a matter of style

The bedroom zone created by Opera Contemporary and designed by Castello Lagravinese Studio is not simply an elegant and comfortable place for resting. It is also a variegated universe full of charm, a reflection of the personality of its inhabitant(s)

Dorothy, Mascha & New Brian by Opera Contemporary, Design Castello Lagravinese Studio
Dorothy, Mascha & New Brian by Opera Contemporary, Design Castello Lagravinese Studio

Intense and multifaceted, like the deeper identity of any individual. The bedroom zone formulated by Opera Contemporary sets out to reflect the taste, temperament and character of those who choose it. The collections, with a contemporary aesthetic code, are finely crafted by expert hands to masterfully shape the most precious materials. Furnishings designed by Castello Lagravinese Studio through the harmonious use of fine wood varieties, weaves, fabrics and colors capable of responding to the demands of even the most sophisticated and cosmopolitan clients.

A total look proposed by the brand as an expression of an increasingly recognizable identity, in a stylistic language that balances tradition and innovation. The beds, of course, are the protagonists of this most intimate space in the home, made with headboards that capture the setting, and welcoming, poised and ample structures.

Dorothy, Mascha & New Brian by Opera Contemporary, Design Castello Lagravinese Studio

That of the sommier Dorothy, for example, is refined and linear at the same time, padded and enhanced by light stitching to create rhythmical geometric effects, accompanied by a simple, rigorous border and metal feet that generate an overall sense of clean form. A dynamic universe of complements gravitates around it, narrating a wide range of different landscapes. Like the appealing Mascha screen with mirror, composed of three oval panels framed by a metal structure that becomes the support base, designed to increase the level of privacy when needed. Or the refined Brian table, a functional surface with a structure in metal combined with a top in marble with rounded edges.

 

The headboard becomes even more important in Vertigo, where the capitonné workmanship is underscored by a concentric motif formed by the stitches, arrayed across an ample surface. To the side, the role of Victor is far from secondary, as a bedside unit with a drawer, embellished by rhomboid reliefs and an essential metal structure that supports the light volumes and a marble top. The sculptural effect of the bas-reliefs reveals the impeccable craftsmanship of the production of Opera Contemporary.

Vertigo & Victor by Opera Contemporary, Design Castello Lagravinese Studio
Alba by Opera Contemporary, Design Castello Lagravinese Studio

The forms become softer and more organic in Alba, a bed whose headboard displays an original core in solid wood, covered with woven cowhide cords. The lightness of form and image returns in the Callas chair with its sinuous profile, featuring soft covering that can be decorated by patterned stitching on the back.

Finished by hand, this product once again underlines the brand’s sartorial approach, also clearly visible in Janet, a sommier with exceptional diamond stitching, in contrast with the rounded profiles that seem to encourage moments of complete relaxation with a grand embrace.

Janet by Opera Contemporary, Design Castello Lagravinese Studio