Living Divani & Silvera @ London Design Festival
In London, the design community goes on stage, showing the finery and beauty of its products and its protagonists, at a time when, more than ever, they need to be valued and encouraged. From September 12th to 20th 2020, the English capital will therefore host the London Design Festival, an event organized with the aim of promoting the creativity of the city, involving professionals and retailers to offer a unique and unmissable experience.
Living Divani takes part in this appointment with a refined and renewed setting at the Silvera showroom in King's Road. The visitor is welcomed at the entrance by a large Extrasoft composition, the iconic modular sofa by Piero Lissoni, accompanied by the Tethys coffee tables proposed with wood and marble top. The Floyd sofa and the Greene armchairs with a leather shell and cushions covered in elegant fabric, create a relaxation area. To complete the setting, the Flap coffee tables, shown in different shapes and finishes, play on the always different relationships between human and product. Together with them, the Era Table and the Vizio cup holder, a gesture that becomes real and acquires three-dimensionality in the thickness of the steel rod. The Aero bookcase hides a small area where the protagonist is the Floyd elliptical element, covered in bordeaux wool fabric. Next the wall it is possible to find the new Era Scrittoio in Stone Oak®, surmounted by the Galileo mirror, and accompanied by the Nina stool. Designed instead to host more formal meetings, the Notes table with blue glass top is surrounded by Era Chair covered in black fabric. Among the newer proposals there is a pair of “Light with a table”, a lamp-table with a slender and graphic silhouette, with retro style references, that is the result of a skilful construction. Lastly, both bestseller and innovative product, the Carbon Frog armchair, with interweaving in red polyester, is combined with the Kiwi coffee tables, elements that tell the attention to detail, the delicacy and poetry of small things.