28/11/2014 - The new catalogue Next 2014 collects all the new products Living Divani photographed by Tommaso Sartori with the styling of Elisa Ossino Studio under the art direction of Piero Lissoni. The new items for the living room are featured in essential ambiances, highlighting the neat and calibrated shapes and the lightweight of Living Divani’s proposal of international flavor.
Liveliness, dynamism and freedom of expression: multiple creative flows meet and mingle in the Living Divani 2014 ambiances.
The new protagonist of the living area is Piero Lissoni's Lipp
family of upholstered furniture, which reinterprets the luxurious capitonné style with the contemporary geometrical spirit typical of the brand. Featuring a smooth, austere exterior, raised up on slender metallic legs, the interior is embellished with a hand-quilted and padded lower back pillow that forms an elegant lozenge-shaped motif, running the entire length of the sofa. Accompanying the sofa is Lipp bench, which proposes the same meticulous diamond pattern on the seat and can be set in front of it as a footrest, on the back to offer a soft foothold, or independent to complete the décor of any space.
They are surrounded by the accessories created by young designers, thanks to the attentive talent-scouting work that has been a key activity for the company in recent years, as the table Starsky
of the Spanish designer David Lopez Quincoces composed of 3 stackable circular tops, divided into segments and characterized by the use of different types of wood joined together with marquetry and the coffee table B3
by Victor Vasilev, with a base and 3 tops at varying heights that hover in the air.
The new creations designed by Massimo Mariani both play on the composition of pure geometrical shapes within a space: the coffee table Plane
is composed by two tempered glasses encasing a slanting slab either of walnut wood or of Carrara Marble while the unconventional chair Upland
is formed by 3 squares, two of which are upholstered and a wooden coffee table, available in elm or oak.
The extending coffee table Step
by the Italian designer Mario Ferrarini has a perfectly squared form that can actually be opened to gradually reveal a hidden glass top: contrasting materials, colours and surfaces, for an extremely elegant style of décor.
Living Divani on ARCHIPRODUCTS
Finally, perfect for an indoor&outdoor use are the Poncho
armchair by LucidiPevere, a seating with snug, pleasingly-angled forms to offer informal relaxation, with a painted or galvanized tubular steel frame covered with a fabric pulled taut using kevlar ties and the stool Anin
by David Lopez Quincoces, with two slanting aluminium surfaces that cross each other to form an 'X', on which the seat is set, softened by a slim cushion.