Living Divani, in partnership with its exclusive dealer in New York presents, before the official beginning of the New York Design Week, its latest news in collection.
Within the completely renewed exhibition space the are the new Rod system by Piero Lissoni together with some Sartor C. armchairs: the new variants of the Curve armchair designed by Piero Lissoni in 2009, emphasizes the unique quality of the ”deconstructed” armrest and backrest for a more casual comfort.
Emanates instead an elegant femininity from its carefully embroidered details Tombolo, a reinterpretation of the Cafè armchair, designed by Piero Lissoni in 1999, has a new original guise created by Bettina Colombo and Agnese Selva from studio UN pizzo, inspired by the ancient crochet technique of Cantù.
Hanged onto the wall and supported by a thin steel wire the mirror Galileo is a type of pendulum, ready to oscillate/swing to reflect the world in its many facets.
The environment is finished off with details thanks to the coat hanger Ceiba by Luis Arrivillaga, a dance of slender moving structures which close and open providing different points of view and means of use and to the bookshelf Aero by Shibuleru, whose 6 aerodynamic shelves in black lacquer are supported as if by magic by a scenography of fluctuating vertical posts, makes for a new domestic totem pole.
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