Only one year after its opening Living Divani Gallery, the brand's new reference point in Milan, is expanding featuring new exhibition areas that develop in continuity while experimenting with new languages, in a surprising stylistic mix capable of enchanting for the perfect harmony.
The showroom in Corso Monforte 20 thus grows to accommodate the brand’s icons together with the latest 2021 novelties that include the Sumo family by Piero Lissoni, the Moon Coffee Table by Mist-o, the Lemni armchair by Marco Lavit and the Kasbah modular outdoor sofa by David Lopez Quincoces revealing at once the spirit and the soul of the Living Divani collection in continuous evolution.
"This project is a kind of second episode of a story, where the first chapter was the Gallery with its artistic approach. Now the Gallery is expanding, is growing to tell a second chapter, that is always a Living Divani way of presenting itself, but perhaps more delicately, gently ... And by including lots of greenery: instead of building terraces we have designed spaces as if they were terraces. "
From the scenic set up in the windows, enclosed by a metal casing interspersed with neon lights, passing through an optical telescope distinguished by a graphics that features a historical and evocative representation of the urban landscape of Milan, we reach the skylight area dedicated to the outdoor, reminiscent of a secret garden. Through a staircase characterized by the purist sign of the architect Piero Lissoni, you descend into the heart of the Living Divani world where more classic ambiences, outlined by the presence of Canaletto walnut boiserie and backlit wall for a sophisticated atmosphere devoted to relaxation, in a journey in the name of a linear and silent elegance that can be declined in a harmony of shades, tastes and styles. This new extension dedicates an area also to "The Uncollected Collection", the limited-edition series signed by Piero Lissoni that proves the brand's ability to go beyond the classic boundaries of design to create new dialogues in form, material and function: pieces between art and design.