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Living in a Loft

Living in a Loft

A loft is usually a light, airy and spacious living solution, generally located in a disused industrial or commercial space. Its trademark features are high ceilings, large windows and virtually no dividing walls. Even if a loft is usually huge, it is a single open space and includes all the house’s living spaces in one single room. To live well and feel at ease in a loft, we have to take care of the design and interior furniture.

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Table Twice, design Mauro Lipparini

A strong personality, a styling project capable of interpreting interior design in a creative and essential manner, for a versatile style which in every expression refers to design, to balance and to a sense of measure. The Twice table is a timeless piece of furniture. Its legs are available in a broad range of finishes. The table top is available in painted black or acid-treated black glass, painted extra-light white or acid treated white glass, in dark brown colored oak, in walnut wood, or in mat white lacquered wood. In the extending version, thanks to the side movement of the legs, the latter are positioned at the end of the table, without getting in the way of the seated guests; the extension makes it possible to increase the length of the table top.

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The Alanda chair has a steel structure and polyurethane padding. Fully covered in leather or skay (eco-leather). Elegant, comfortable upholstered chair. Frame: steel. Padding: cold-foamed polyurethane. Completely covered in skay or leather. The cover cannot be removed. Suitable for both home furnishing and the contract sector.

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Pebble occasional table, design Matthias Demacker

The Pebble occasional table features soft shapes like those of stones washed smooth by the sea found on a beach, which gave Matthias Demacker the inspiration for this project. The opening in the table structure, on one hand, highlights its rounded lines and, on the other, has a practical function, because the body of the table can contain books, magazines or other objects for daily use. Pebble is produced in plastic through the rotational molding technique. It is available in a single color and bicolour, with internal and external surfaces in different colors.

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Vita Sofa, design Mauro Lipparini

Geometric shapes and volumes that express sociability distinguished by a pleasant, comfortable and carefree elegance. The Vita sofa has down padding, and it is fitted with a manual mechanism designed to adjust the backrest to several positions with a simple movement. The fully removable upholstery covers are available in fabric or leather. The feet are made of metal: painted or chromed.

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Squaring Bed, design Giuseppe Viganò

This version of Giuseppe Viganò’s bed transforms Squaring into an original centerpiece which becomes a unique furnishing element with multiple uses. Thanks to the covering on each side of the bed, Squaring can be placed in the middle of the room, thus perfectly reflecting the current trend in which domestic spaces blend into one another. The covering, which is entirely removable, is made of fabric, leather, and eco-leather. There are many matching accessories in this collection, such as pouf, bedside tables, and benches.

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Basket Air Bed, design Mauro Lipparini

Basket Air perfectly showcases the great attention to detail which sets Bonaldo products apart. “Air” is the third version of this model which year after year features new details, added under the guidance of designer Mauro Lipparini. This latest release stands out for its new structure with visible feet and headboard embellished with pleats, a refined sartorial detail taken from the Basket’s “Plus” version. The metal legs are available in lacquered white, anthracite-grey, dove-grey, amaranth. The upholstery, which is entirely removable, is available in fabric or leather.

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Sintesi – simplicity and sophistication in the kitchen, design Marconato&Zappa

Simple, linear and essential design. Sintesi is the emblem of Comprex ‘ tailoring ability to create fascinating kitchens, full of character, still maintaining a simple and gentle style. Sintesi is available in three versions: island, peninsula, and banco. It is part of the Collections by Comprex which includes models with special designs and finishes perfect for those seeking a sophisticated style.

Living in a Loft

Living in a Loft

Sintesi is characterized by smooth and well – finished details, such as the retractable handle, which convey an idea of order inside the kitchen. The tall units that preserve and tidy up are perfectly integrated into the living room, thus creating continuity with the kitchen: the doors are characterized by a retractable mechanism which gives the advantage of a total usability of the space.

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The doors, which are very thick, determine spaces were conveying solidity and at the same time elegance, two of the main features of Sintesi. There are many finishes available for this model and all of them give the product a strong personality.

Living in a Loft

Living in a Loft

Filo – functionality, and aesthetics design by Marconato&Zappa

Elegance, aesthetics, and functionality are the keywords characterizing Filo, a kitchen which gives total decorative freedom as it allows you to combine linear shapes and volumes with creative elements. Filo, in the three versions -island, peninsula, and banco – offers a solution characterized by end functionality ergonomics even in the accessories and in the living area. The “handleless grip” system used to open the doors along the perimeter of the base units is also on the suspended cupboard.

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The doors are characterized by their considerable thickness (from 23 to 26 mm) and an upper edge cut at 27°. This inclination makes the door easy to grasp and facilitates the creation of the handle. The open units bookcase rises above the central island, thus conveying a sense of big space and height.

Living in a Loft

Living in a Loft

OPUS – Ready, steady, stone, design Raffaello Galiotto for Lithos Design

An explosion of color. An exciting modern-day expression of industrial stone design applied to the art of inlay work. 44 types of marble, six patterns, 25 color ranges, material wastage, reduced close to zero: design inlay work comes into the world.

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The designs, the nuances and the productive approach to this new collection break down the classical idea of marble inlay work and its use in the field of decoration for floors and claddings by driving innovation into hitherto unexplored realms. The collection makes its début with a variety of hues, in a series of ready-for-use ensembles that do not forgo the preciousness of antique inlay work yet at the same time speak to the onlooker in a new language, linked to an exceptional mark of design.

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A unique serial production, an imperceptible modular layout, and avant-garde design. This is a sequence of 60 cm x 60 cm modules, with patterns that can be extended depending on the tastes and requirements of the designer, in wall claddings and floorings. Serial sequences where the material is a real protagonist display continuous and non-continuous geometric shapes, scattered graphical compositions, games of delicate or contrasting colors, dim effects or almost optical styles… all these items have been created by using techniques which although produced on an industrial scale nevertheless obey the traditional rules of inlay, in the same way as the artist who engraved and selected stones for their colors, their tones, and their grain as long ago as the 1500s. Claddings and floors ready for use, extremely short fit-out times.

Each module is easy to lay, and it comes delivered in a finished form. The rendering and added value are the same as for a traditional work of inlay, but with some further unprecedented benefits: the possibility to choose between different patterns whose aesthetical and chromatic format is pre-defined as it has been subject to careful prior assessment, the freedom to be able to apply the design inlay to horizontal or vertical surfaces of any dimension and exceptionally short fit-out times.

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CAP – The pellet stove ideal for resting. Silent pellet stove heats via convection, without forced ventilation, with a wider and more pleasant flame as the one produced by burning wood. Minimal design thanks to the fact that there are no front outlets, upper aluminum grid, two-coloured painted steel structure.

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THEMA – Small and versatile in any corner of the home Reduced height (80 cm) pellet stove, top smoke outlet to recycle an existing fireplace, wide pellet flame resembling the appealing look of one produced by burning wood.

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MAGGIE – Pleasant warmth spread throughout the house Ductable steel and cast iron pellet stove. Cast iron top and painted steel side panels.

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AMY – Pellet stove, ideal for heating small environments or well-insulated rooms with low thermal requirements. It has a modern look thanks to a two-tone color effect obtained by combining a cast iron top and colored, painted steel sides. Standard sealed structure, ideal for ensuring maximum.

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