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The Bedroom according to Turri 02.04.2020

‘A new way of living amidst beauty’, this is the philosophy which lead Turri’s strategy in 2019 to create precious pieces of contemporary furniture.  Studio SBGA, Frank Jiang and Andrea Bonini respectively designed the collections Milano, Vine and Zero, all of which maintain the harmony between craftsmanship and design innovation.

The pieces for the bedroom, one of the most intimate rooms of the house, express sober elegance and refined taste thanks to the details and the precious materials used which create a caressing and timeless ambiance for the dweller.

The Milano collection, designed by Studio SBGA | Blengini Ghirardelli, plays on the contrast between the different materials: metal for the bases and leather for the upholstery.   The bed supported by a light frame in curved metal, trait d’union of the collection – is characterized by an ample, enveloping and comfortable headboard.  The same materials are used for the bedside tables, the pouf and bench as well as the console and chest of drawers.

The designer Frank Jiang, with the Vine collection proposes a unique wood structure which evokes the sinuous branches of a grape vine which can be found in all the pieces of the collection: the bed with its’ leather clad headboard and elegantly visible stitching, the bedside tables and chest of drawers, the console and the bench.  The pouf has a round form which contrasts the linearity of the collection and it becomes extremely functional thanks to its ‘wide frontal opening which can also be used to store small objects.

Last but not least, the bedroom of the Zero collection by Andrea Bonini, designed to match a more cosmopolitan and modern taste. Once again, clean forms and a specific selection of materials are sufficient to create sober and sophisticated pieces. The minimal and geometric structure is clad in leather, with metal accents in a light platinum finish for the bedside tables, the chest of drawers and the console whereas the bed has softer lines and the the different depths of the headboard, the pouf and the bench become evident.

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