The Dining Room by Potocco
Creativity, artisan tradition and an international vocation are combined in the 2017 Potocco collection. A furnishing proposal that as become wider and more developed with the company demonstrating its ability to look forward and respond to the needs of daily living, from the home environment to the contract sector, starting from its own roots and transforming them into something new that is always coherent with its own language.
Potocco places thus its manufacturing culture at the centre of values that go back to its origins, in a continuous dialogue between past and present, between tradition and contemporaneity, where the common thread is the artisan ability of the company to manufacture and interpret different materials.
Wood in particular, an eternal and living material, is the clear protagonist of the presentation, the chosen language to tell the story of Potocco’s refined and well-rounded taste. A harmonious ensemble of natural materials combined with metals, precious marble and hand-woven fabrics gives life to new proposals of shapes and soft, sunny colours.
TORSO design Gianluigi Landoni
Weaves of ash that follow one another and support each other creating a vortex that lends a dynamic nature to the entire structure: these are the traits that characterised the new TORSO rectangular table created by Gianluigi Landoni. A project that is both essential and sophisticated, a divertissement with which the company freely expresses its mastery with wood, bending the material to its will.
Strongly tactile, the ample top in cement with its dimensions of 280×110 cm lends character to the table, raising it up to be a protagonist of the dining room or an elegant meeting room.
Embellishing the project are the fine details of the legs and rings which connect the legs, in burnished brass, a metal with a precious and lively aspect that decorates the two bases, combining perfectly with the warmth of the grey ash wood. A captivating proposal that cites a design made from memory and artisan values.
ANFORA design Alexander Lorenz
From its well-sculpted aspect, the ANFORA table identifies its own distinctive trait with its iconic base, whose shape is inspired by the ancient Greek vase from whence its name derives.
The protagonist of a sophisticated dining room, Anfora is an aesthetically rich project that chooses a combination between the precious base made of marble and a thin top of black walnut or glass. The monolithic structure which determines its decisive character is softened by curves that recall the movements of a dancing figure, an elegant and wavy line that determines its profile.
Rounding out the collection of the same name, Lorenz has designed a BON BON coffee table and round table with a rectangular base characterised by a strip design interwoven with the legs that runs from one to another, lending dynamism to the entire structure. In a Pop quirk, Bon Bon wears precious and shiny finishes: from the sensual and sophisticated central golden leg, to the luminous reflections of the Sahara Noir marble top, whose black background is embellished with white and golden lines with a strong decorative character that transform these objects into original sculptures.
CANDY design Bernhardt&Vella
Proposed in chair and armchair versions, CANDY by Bernhardt&Vella is an offer that combines a strong graphic influence with soft and elegant lines. Its comfortable upholstered structure rests on tapered wooden legs whose manufacturing recalls the artisan mastery of the company once again. A modern design with clear memory references makes Candy suitable for various collocations, from a lounge to a refined domestic environment.