The Hèritage living room 26.06.2018
The living room is the most lived-in and admired space in the house, it is the room dedicated to moments of relaxation and to welcoming guests. This large living room gives centre stage to furniture and accessories in perfect Neoclassical style, mixed with more elaborate and lavish elements in Baroque forms, and transmits immediately a general sensation of absolute elegance and of grandeur. Entering into Roberto Giovannini’s living room, an awe-inspiring atmosphere immediately embraces you, one which, at the same time, is also warm and relaxing.
The living room proposes the new Savoy sofa (art.1417MT) in Neoclassical style, giving you the possibility of creating a ‘made to measure’ living room. In fact, this distinguished sofa is available both in the padded back version, in sizes 210 cm, 250 cm and 310 cm, as well as with a finely carved back (art. 1417), in size 250 cm. The Héritage collection also proposes the new Savoy armchair (art. 1422MT), again in Neoclassical style, with the same possibilities of customization as the sofa, with padded or carved back (art. 1422). The new chairs are upholstered with a soft Dedar velvet in an intense, bright anise green inspired by the latest fashion trends. This stylistic choice transforms the décor into inspiring possibilities, with an “oneiric” aesthetic effect.
Completing the lounge area, there are the coffee tables (art.1425 and art. 1402) in Louis XIV style, available in various forms and heights, with tops realised in marble or glass, ideal as a solution for any furnishing reality.
Finally, the living room is composed of the small study area, including the desk complete with lateral pull out flaps (art. 1058SLE), base with exquisite wood-carvings finished in gold leaf, and top in white leather, with clean and minimalist contours in a ‘harmonic’ contrast. The desk is accompanied by the Duchesse armchair (art. 1423) with forms reminiscent of an authentic armchair from the late 1700s preserved in the Reggia di Caserta. Roberto Giovannini here revisits the concept of comfort and, respecting its proportions, transforms it into a more comfortable armchair .