18/03/2020 - The Living Divani mood freely moves from living room to bedroom and outdoors, pursuing a more flexible, people-friendly style of relaxation and a concept of personalization as the ultimate goal of the ideal comfort.
Floyd-Hi Bed, design Piero Lissoni, 2019
The new Floyd-Hi Bed by Piero Lissoni makes its debut 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.
Valet stand Aero V, design Shibuleru, 2019
The valet stand 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.
Floor lamp Light with a table, design Keiji Takeuchi, 2019
Light with a table takes inspiration from a street lamp and transforms it into a multipurpose home sculpture. 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, equipped with wireless charging and touch light switch. A perfect light spot next to a bed or a sofa, to emphasize its lines: a new inspiring inhabitant of the 'Living Divani world'.
Table lamp Materica, design Leonardo Talarico, 2019
The Materica table lamp for indoor use is a sculpture-like object resulting from the taking out of the excess while catching a fleeting intuition, natural outcome of a free creativity. A delicately modelled steel tube joins two spheres, the lower one in marble and the upper one in glass, from which the light comes out, emphasizing the curve silhouette and highlighting the fine simplicity of the whole.
Table Notes, design Massimo Mariani, 2016
Notes table combines a simple round top in granite, wood, blue-coloured or clear glass with a rigid metallic structure of three slender legs, connected through metallic strips placed at different heights: they seem to chase each other in a graphical play that marks the rhythm of the table, offering a different perspective each time.
Chair Rivulet, design Junpei & Iori Tamaki, 2018
Strong iconicity and a language open to cultural contaminations distinguish the Rivulet chair, where the metallic or wooden structure is embellished with a decorative weaving that becomes its characterizing element. By changing structure and covering materials, its concept can also be replicated for the outdoor, customizing these spaces with eclecticism.
Vizio, design Leonardo Talarico, 2019
Furnishing element for indoor and outdoor use, Vizio consists of two lines that cut through the air, evoking dynamism and ethereal balance at the same time: a gesture that becomes real and acquires three-dimensional value thanks to the lightness of the steel rod, enriching Living Divani’s outdoor space with a powerful visual element.
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