Living Divani at Salone Nautico

Living Divani at Salone Nautico
Yachting Festival Cannes, Genoa, Monaco.
Living Divani consolidates its precious collaboration with Cantieri Navali San Lorenzo, a well-known Italian Company specialized in high quality and tailor made yacht since 1958, by furnishing its stand during Yachting Festival in Cannes from 12th to 17th September. The partnership will endure also during the Genoa Boat Show and the Monaco Yacht Show.

Living Divani products elegantly and softly welcome visitors inside the Lounge San Lorenzo. An Extrawall composition by Piero Lissoni immediately inspires the perfection, harmonious proportions, and understated luxury style of Living Divani. It represents the first fully modular sofa thanks to elements of various sizes that can be freely combined: the seat, backrest, and armrest become three different elements to be assembled as desired. This principal area also shows Frog armchairs, the iconic seat designed in 1995 by Piero Lissoni which celebrated its 20th anniversary last year. It is displayed woven with profile in black PVC and supporting frame in stainless steel. In this area there are also the Era tables by David Lopez Quincoces, presented in walnut lacquered "canaletto", Stone Oak and glossy finish "Ocean Blu" versions: the selection of finishes which makes every piece outstanding, enhances the sophisticated touch of these mysterious objects, that seem to be arrived form the future to homage the great masters of the past.

Inside a second area, the Lounge Superyachts, the Notes table, by Massimo Mariani, that combines an essential top in charcoal-dyed chestnut to a rigourous metallic structure, three slender legs connected through metallic strips placed at different heights: they seem to chase each other in a graphical play that marks the rhythm of the table, offering a different perspective each time. All around the table the Maja D armchairs by Piero Lissoni, characterized by a simple but extremely refined shape.

Protagonist of the Meeting Room the Wedge table by Arik Levy in its new cement effect finish: strong but not intrusive presence, with its linearity and simplicity, it offers a set of sculptural symmetries, inspired by the lightness of origami. It is accompanied by a elegant variety of armchairs among which George's, Grace and mini Tombolo which is a smaller version with all the characteristics of the original product, weaved by the Studio UNpizzo.