The new collection by LIVING DIVANI
Living Divani is about to reach an important milestone – 50 years of activity – and has presented a new collection for the occasion at the last Salone del Mobile in Milan.
The family-run company has made upholstered furniture its trademark, but continues to expand the catalogue with furnishing and accessories, in order to offer a full range of home and contract solutions. The new finishes, the textures of fabrics and the technical virtuosity of details, on the one hand tell the story and the value of Made in Italy, on the other hand reveal the international soul of the brand, engaged in a relentless search for new talents, ideas and suggestions that knows no geographical boundaries but favors affinities, influences and creative mixes.
FLOYD sectional sofa, designed by Piero Lissoni; ERA Sofa, designed by David Lopez Quincoces; CLIVIO daybed, designed by Keiji Takeuchi; TETHYS coffee table, designed by Oscar & Gabriele Buratti
Piero Lissoni has designed the new Floyd sofa, available in the modular version or with raised base and fixed dimensions (Floyd Hi). The customizable solution allows you to freely alternate between standard and longer seats, adding side tables if necessary.
Lanzavecchia + Wai has designed the desk/console Pebble, whose leather-covered top is inspired by the rounded shape of natural pebbles.
The Tombo coat stand (one of the most particular items among the 2018 novelties) with marble or cement base and the Rivulet chairs, with metal tubular structure and decorative weave on the backrest and armrests, were born from the imagination of Junpei and Iori Tamaki.
Tethys, by Oscar and Gabriele Buratti, comes from the pure geometry of circle. A low table with wooden base that houses in the center a lacquered tray that, when raised, reveals a “secret” container. To this is added a C-shaped table that can also be moved and used as a small freestanding support for the sofa.
The Era series by designer David Lopez Quincoces is extended. Among the new pieces is a new sofa with a slender metal structure and a bedside table with wooden top and lacquered fronts.
Sophisticated minimalism characterises the Clivio daybed, by Keiji Takeuchi, conceived in the name of extreme lightness.