Loro Piana Interiors and Raphael Navot: the future is soft

Palm is the collection that the cosmopolitan designer made for Loro Piana, established in 1924.

Palm sofa by Loro Piana Interiors, Design Raphael Navot
Palm sofa by Loro Piana Interiors, Design Raphael Navot

Three years ago marked the dawn of a collaboration between designer Raphael Navot and Loro Piana Interiors, the brand of the luxury multinational group LVMH. Their first project, Palm Duet Chaise Longue was introduced in 2021, an ode to comfort and an invitation to enjoy alone time. 

Loro Piana Interiors is now introducing an entire collection designed by Navot: Palm, including a sofa, méridienne, armchair, stools, side and coffee table and an ottoman made to be paired with the Palm Duet Chaise Longue. Inspired by a vision of the future as a “place of possibilities” rather than cold and technological, they feature lines, fabric upholsteries in the finest fibers in the world, and a craftsmanship lifted to its highest level.

The Palm Duet Chaise Longue & Ottoman
The Palm Stools

Like the chaise longue made for two, the other pieces also have uncommon features, like the Palm Méridienne, which can be combined with a second dormeuse and is upholstered in cashmere or linen; the Palm Sofa, in Bukhara bouclé fabric or natural-colored linen, cotton, and wool, is an ode to lightness; the Palm Armchair is ergonomic and inviting, in alpaca Suri, bouclé fabric Bukhara or linen; the Palm Stools has a slightly anthropomorphic look and are available in a wide variety of fabrics, from cashmere to linen to embroidered wool felt; and the Sidelong Side Table and Low Overlap Table, in walnut wood, which echo and complement the curved lines of the upholstered pieces.