The New Living Divani Monobrand Store in Beijing

Iconic and new pieces told through six complete ambiences

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The New Living Divani Monobrand Store in Beijing
20/12/2019 - On the year that marks the brand’s 50th anniversary and 30 years of collaboration with Piero Lissoni as Art Director, Living Divani reiterates its international success highlighting the importance of the Chinese market by opening a new monobrand store at Beijing’s Domus Tiandi mall, where the most prestigious Made in Italy design brands can be found.

Held to introduce the community to this new business, Living Divani participates to the Grand Opening which unveils the Domus Tiandi Beijing Monobrand with Spanish designer David Lopez Quincoces as guest star and spokesperson of the style and refined elegance of the brand.

This new Beijing Store offers an overview of the Italian brand iconic and new pieces. The showroom includes 6 complete ambiences, from living room to bedroom and from dining room to office, where eye-catching blue and red nuances together with fine marbles stand out in a universe of natural shades, offering precious ideas for elegant homes, luxury hotels and many buildings that populate one of the most constructed areas in the world.

In the lounge at the entrance, style is dictated by the new Greene sofa, designed by David Lopez Quincoces, accompanied by Sartor.C armchairs whose predisposition to embrace the human body with warmth is revealed through the artisan care shown in the details of the manufacturing. An example is the backrest cushion clasped to the exposed buttons on the back with a Scooby profile. The setting is completed by the Grek low table, designed by brothers Gabriele and Oscar Buratti, whose top is cut through by a central crevice that serves as a magazine holder or container for objects, and Era tables, by the Spanish designer David Lopez Quincoces, in various shapes and finishes, featuring elegant brass bolts as fixing elements, the same bright material also used for the two-tone and two-material legs. Simple shapes and fine materials characterize the multifunctional table Imago, by the Norwegian designer Mikael Pedersen, whose identifying mark is the contrasting effect created by the Stone Oak® surface and the soft and smooth leather seat.
Living Divani, showroom Beijing

Living Divani, showroom Beijing

The first living area, separated by the Ceiba Screen by Luis Arrivillaga, which features fabric canvas adorning the wooden frames, merges into a relaxation area that shows the compact shapes of the Era Sofa by David Lopez Quincoces. As if by magic, the slender metallic frame supports the full, soft structure, almost defying gravity and revealing a great ability in balancing weights and proportions. Expression of Living Divani’s formal purity, the Extrasoft modular sofa, the brand’s visual icon designed by Piero Lissoni in 2008, is still a best-seller in both its indoor and outdoor variant. Displayed in two-tone leather it is accompanied by Tethys tables – by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti – selected in the “C-shape” version with the Red Levanto and Sahara Noir marble top. The Frog armchairs designed by Piero Lissoni in 1995, considered the forerunners of the low, wide seating and of a new, more relaxed lifestyle, are shown in the embedded version with gunmetal grey structure, accompanied by Keiji Takeuchi’s Kiwi coffee tables, which reveal the attention to detail, the delicacy and the poetic nature of small things.
Living Divani, showroom Beijing

Living Divani, showroom Beijing

The Offcut bookcases by Nathan Yong, created by assembling pieces of solid wood, have been chosen for the dining area, but are also suitable in an office, together with Massimo Mariani’s Notes table, which is here presented in the charcoal chestnut version with Lazy Susan in Sahara Noir marble, surrounded by Era chairs by David Lopez Quincoces, covered in soft leather. The graphical and sculptural presence of the Inari console, by Mist-o, is dominated by Mario Ferrarini’s Galileo mirror in bronzed metal: a type of pendulum, ready to oscillate to reflect the world in its many facets. A spirit of haute couture dominates the bedroom area, starring the Lipp Bed by Piero Lissoni, with its headboard adorned with the sartorial capitonné that characterises this family of furniture: a stylistic code but also a soft resting place. Around the bed, the leather Track bench, designed by David Lopez Quincoces, with essential shapes but precious finishes, the cylindrical Moon bedside table in charcoal oak by Mist-o and the Era bedside table by David Lopez Quincoces, with Canaletto walnut top and white glossy front and sides and two-toned metal legs. In a reading corner, the Chauffeuse armchairs by Piero Lissoni, a modern version of the “armchair par excellence”, comfortable and reassuring, accompanied by the Ying Ying table, by Matthias Hickl, with a cast brass structure, bronzed finish and tempered fumé glass top.
Living Divani, showroom Beijing

Living Divani, showroom Beijing

An invitation to spend some intimate time, Pebble is the desk/vanity by Lanzavecchia + Wai inspired by the organic shape of stones, with precious details such as the irregular mirror, the suspended drawers and the black leather top, accompanied by the retro style stool Nina, by David Lopez Quincoces, covered in fabric with gross-grain finishes. Aero bookcases, by Shibuleru, with cement-effect finished shelves held by vertical supports, limit a great living ambience. Ideal to create spacious and original solutions, the modular Rod System sofa alternates seating, characterised by a light structure supporting inviting fabric cushions, with Stone Oak® top tables.
Living Divani, showroom Beijing

Living Divani, showroom Beijing

The setting is completed by Starsky stackable tables by David Lopez Quincoces, with a delicate decorative motif on the engraved top, Tethys and Era Table, subtle notes to be freely spread around the space. The elliptical Floyd-Hi leather sofa catches the eye with its distinctive classic sculptural yet hitech feet, while the Ceiba coat hanger by Luis Arrivillaga guarantees functionality without sacrificing a touch of poetry: a dance of slender structures which close and open to create different points of view and way of use.
Living Divani, showroom Beijing

Living Divani, showroom Beijing

The flatweave rugs of the Kumo Collection designed by Mist-o and the rugs of the Sin Titulo collection by Harry Paul create attractive graphical patterns on the floors. The natural beauty of the spaces is enhanced and enriched by the archetypal and contemporary decorative objects from the Styling Project curated by Elisa Ossino Studio.

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Living Divani, showroom Beijing

Living Divani, showroom Beijing

Living Divani, showroom Beijing

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