Clean Silhouettes and Pure Colors

The image of Living Divani on show in Milan

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Clean Silhouettes and Pure Colors
13/03/2019 - Clean silhouettes, a carefully chosen palette of colors and a sense of energy and freedom: these characteristics of Living Divani are impressed, like a seal, in the 2019 collection, which will be presented for Salone del Mobile in Milan 

The new Floyd-Hi Bed by Piero Lissoni makes its début in the night area. Just as the sofa that inspired it and with which it shares its name, it is defined by large and soft cushions laying on the lowered headboard, creating a pleasant play of heights, joints and textures, in the name of three-dimensionality and pureness of lines. Living Divani_Floyd Hi Bed by Piero Lissoni

Living Divani_Floyd Hi Bed by Piero Lissoni

The Spanish architect and designer David Lopez Quincoces, for the 2019 collection, designs Greene, a sofa in fixed measures, defined by gentle curves for a relaxed and casual proposal: a structured yet soft hide perimeter welcomes ample cushions while standing on slender feet, restating once again the attention toward every small detail.

Clean and simple intersecting lines that balance the visual impact of the whole are the defining characteristics of Sailor, the new floor-to-ceiling bookcase. The airy pace of the vertical poles, with a hexagonal section, contrasts with the tighter rhythm of the slender shelves, created by bringing together two different materials in a chiaroscuro play which shows a refined wood craftsmanship skill. Living Divani_Greene by David Lopez Quincoces

Living Divani_Greene by David Lopez Quincoces

Keiji Takeuchi takes inspiration from a street lamp and transforms it into a multipurpose home sculpture, originating the combination 'Light with a table' for Living Divani 2019 collection. Its slender and graphic silhouette, with retro style references, is the result of a skilful construction. A base to provide stability, a metal tube that curves and ends in a source of light and a table connected to it: a perfect light spot next to a bed or a sofa, to emphasize its lines; a new inspiring inhabitant of the 'Living Divani world'. Living Divani_Aero V by Shibuleru

Living Divani_Aero V by Shibuleru

Living Divani re-confirms its artistic collaboration with Shibuleru, the design studio founded by Lukas Scherrer, who took the concept of the Aero bookcase and gave it new purposes. Conceived for entrances and bedrooms but also ideal in hotels, the new Aero V captures the eye with its basic elegance, a skilful combination of horizontal and vertical elements, that works just as well for accessories. A calibrated simplicity that betrays a sophisticated work of synthesis for an item that gives precise style and functionality to welcoming and waiting areas. 

Living Divani at Salone del Mobile
Fiera Milano-Rho, Pav. 7 / Stand C11-D16

Living Divani on ARCHIPRODUCTSLiving Divani_Light with a table by Keiji Takeuchi

Living Divani_Light with a table by Keiji Takeuchi

Living Divani_Greene by David Lopez Quincoces

Living Divani_Greene by David Lopez Quincoces

Living Divani_Greene by David Lopez Quincoces

Living Divani_Greene by David Lopez Quincoces

Living Divani_Sailor by David Lopez Quincoces

Living Divani_Sailor by David Lopez Quincoces

Living Divani_Aero V by Shibuleru

Living Divani_Aero V by Shibuleru

Living Divani_Light with a table by Keiji Takeuchi

Living Divani_Light with a table by Keiji Takeuchi

Living Divani_Aero V by Shibuleru

Living Divani_Aero V by Shibuleru

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