Luxury Living Group Launches Two New CollectionsAuthor:Lindsey Shook
World-renowned Luxury Living Group recently presented two new collections for both the Bentley Home and Fendi Casa brands that further the Group’s global style. Meticulously made in Italy, each piece is crafted with the finest materials that have been at the core of Luxury Living Group’s business for over 40 years.
Designed by Carlo Colombo, the Newent line stands out due to the curved profile in the lower part of the structure, with changes in angle that enhance its elegance and tapered shapes. Comfort and harmony characterize the Newent bed, that presents a headboard inlaid by hand in precious materials such as burr walnut or smoked liquid amber with brushed gloss finish, or smoked liquid amber with matte finish, or in the alternative version entirely covered in leather or fabric.
The Pequin motif is an iconic element see in FENDI fashion. The frame is in steel with gunmetal, Bronze Shadow or Palladium finishes. The removable top is in extra-clear tempered glass, back decorated by hand with Pequin design and shades in ultramarine blue, saffron and light orange. A special FENDI logo with letters in a polished brass effect appears on the edge of the top.
A play of color and geometric references to the patterns of the Roman Maison. The Boogie coffee and side Tables offer pops of color in mixed finishes. The glass tops meet the chromatic needs of the environment and the most precious marbles such as Calacatta Warm Gold, Portoro, Verde Alpi and Rosso Lepanto, convey the highest expression of elegance.
The Newent sofa joins the Bentley Home collection, a luxury brand of the highest craftsmanship and innovation. The comfort and harmony of the shapes and the expressive design codes of the collection take center stage in the Newent line as well. The external shell, available in the most prestigious and iconic version burr walnut, wraps the curved profile of the sofa revealing changes in angle that enhance its elegance and tapered shape. The curve of the iconic Richmond collection has inspired the design and remain always in the background as inspiration. This new project once again elevates a simple concept, in the creation of an innovative design and by exploring the freedom of sinuous and soft shapes.
The new Ridley chair reveals all the elegant design codes of Bentley Home. The “S” shape of the main structure turns during its path, starting from the bottom as a base, which evolves into a seat and back, giving this product a great and unique design.The lightness is emphasized by the beveled cut of the frame, which evokes the thin and aerodynamic lines typical of Bentley.
In all Bentley Home products, design is reinforced by construction techniques. Especially for the wooden versions, where high craftsmanship techniques play an essential role. The frame of the Ridley chair can be covered in fabric or leather from the Bentley Home collection, or in the precious woods burr walnut and chestnut, or Sicilian essences in gray violin, smoked larch in caramel brown, liquid amber gloss smoked finish.
The Kelly Bracelet armchair features a wraparound structure characterized by independent metal armrests which recalls fashion trends and provides ample stylistic versatility. The contemporary lines of the design are enhanced by the galvanized metal insert between the seat and armrests, a shared detail that serves to link the elements of the new collection. The base is made of wood and houses the exclusive optional swivel mechanism designed for FENDI Casa.
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