Fendi Casa’s Latest Furniture & Accessories Collection At Maison & Objet


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Fendi Casa’s partnerships with designers Thierry Lemaire and Toan Nguyen, and manufacturer Luxury Living has been a very fruitful one over the years. The new collection debuted at this year’s Maison & Objet and IMM, Cologne continue with that success for the furniture and accessory line the Italian fashion house started in 1989. Full of luxury, innovation and glamor, this year’s collection feature sofas, armchairs, beds, coffee tables and lighting fixtures.

In Fendi Casa’s words their latest collection is all about “most refined Italianism” that is created by skilled artisans with passion for creativity using unique materials. At the Maison & Objet, Fendi has created an exceptional display where they imagined an ancient palace in Rome of a noble overlooking immortal palaces Piazza di Spagna and Castel Gandolfo that combines the worlds of old and new. A place where an ancient culture meets modern aesthetics full of elegance.

The collection’s color pallet is a rainbow of rich and vibrant new tones as wells as shades used in previous collections. The color scheme include powdery Prussian blue, turquoise, and the warm shade of sunset orange, ivory, quartz grey, champagne, intense dark chocolate and black. Their exquisite finishes contain innovative liquid bronze, gun-metal and chrome in smoke and light grey. They come draped in premium materials such as leather with cloth-like texture and vibrant velvet satin in beautiful and unique patterns. To make furniture Fendi used natural woods like Ebony Macassar in dark tones and variations, and onyxes.

Few of their items from this year’s collection below.

Athenee Bed Fendi Casa 2015 - 9


Artu’ Round Sectional SofaFendi Casa 2015 - 2

Drop Coffee Table 7 Side Table Fendi Casa 2015 - 4

Camelot Sofa Fendi Casa 2015 - 8

Serengeti Book Shelf Fendi Casa 2015 - 6

Hampton Sofa Fendi Casa 2015 - 5

Blixen Lounge Chair Fendi Casa 2015 - 3

Orione Suspension Lamp Fendi Casa 2015 - 7



Source: Maison & Objet and  Digitalyatch News