HALL 11 / STAND D15 - E18

Interior project: Piero Lissoni
Styling: Studio Greta Cevenini

In its new location in Hall 11, under a pitched roof and surrounded by a translucent perimeter, the company invites the public to “peek” inside its large home: an architectural interior where furniture and systems combine with rigour and lightness, composing narratives that are different every time, capable of interpreting local lifestyles and giving voice to the unique and personal desires of its inhabitants.

In the first studio environment, the new System HT makes its debut, completely rethinking and transforming into a stunning wall tapestry System book-shelving system designed by Piero Lissoni + CRS Porro. By reimagining the traditional side-panel system, the design achieves a visually lighter look by emphasizing long, horizontal shelves with a thickness of 40mm in the new moka metallizzato lacquer, that create a checkerboard pattern with evocative effects of light and shadow, further enhanced by integrated ambient lighting.
The poetics of essentiality characterizes the new Ventiquattro table by Piero Lissoni, which captures attention for the boldness of its extreme reduction: the rectangular transparent glass top with bevelled edges, revealing the azuki painted 80 mm tubular metal frame. Surrounding it are the new Sixte dining chairs by Christophe Pillet with their tubular painted metal frame and leather cushions.

The large living area pleasant conversations take place on the Kite Sofa by GamFratesi in the new dark grey linen fabric. In the niche, a new bespoke Modern+Load-it composition frames the central window. The Load-it bookcase, designed by Wolfgang Tolk, is presented for the first time with steel shelves and wall panels in the new natural Canaletto 3d walnut finish, creating a highly textured and jagged slatted backdrop against which the square module of Modern stands out and moves, developing different objects like the new glossy verde inglese lacquered bar wall unit with the new vertical sliding door, on the left 6 Window glass modules, and on the floor, the new Modern Spin board.
The room is completed by a Gallery Low Cupboard by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti with a top in the new Nero Marquina marble, and a single vertical sliding door in the new fango glossy lacquer. As it slides downwards, it reveals an interior with a mirrored back panel.

In the bedroom, the Byron bed by Piero Lissoni features an upholstered bed frame and soft linen headboard cushions against a screen with a solid black-stained ash frame that encloses a straw weave. Savoir-faire and a passion for wood also characterise the Byron bedside table in open-pore stained ivory, with its compact shape and bevelled corners. In the background, the Storage Battente wardrobe with a frame in the new Frassino White melamine and a black painted metal upright features transparent Iron doors and an illuminated hanging rail, for a strong black & white contrast that lights up the scene.
The large Storage Dressing Room, designed by Piero Lissoni + CRS Porro, is accessed through black-framed Glide Miru sliding partitions, with the new Mirror Stripe glass, with a pattern of double-sided stripes alternately transparent and mirrored.

The patio features the Ryoba table designed by Piero Lissoni in its all-wood version made of solid olive ash, together with the Voyage chairs by GamFratesi in an all-black look and the new Quilt bench by Werner Aisslinger, for a more relax atmosphere around the table.
A true totem of the home, Piero Lissoni’s Offshore high cupboard, in blu reale open-pore lacquer is ideal for storing dishes, glasses and cutlery.

An uninterrupted sequence of fixed panels and pivoting Glide Shanghai doors with black frames and black metal slats, for a striking see-through effect, lead to the dining room. Dramatically illuminating the scene are the three suspended Gap bookcases designed by Carlo Tamborini in the precious grigio piombo metallic finish, thanks to the integrated LED lighting that runs along their perimeter.

The sculptural shapes of the Materic Ovale table by Piero Lissoni catch the attention with their innovative bruno tinted ash: around it, the Nid chairs byChristophe Pillet - pure sculpted essence and the precious showcase to the touch and sight, Ex-libris by Piero Lissoni.
In the niche, the Layer square meter panels in the new ebano tech finish, a charming black wood rich in vertical streaks, make the Origata console by Nao Tamura in arancio siena stand out. Its minimalist geometry frames an ascetic space for work or meditation.

In the living room, Piero Lissoni's trapezoidal Curry sofas are grouped around Ferro low tables by Piero Lissoni painted in verde inglese. Beyond a reading area, where the Jade lounge armchair by Christophe Pillet with a black leather seat is accompanied by the Shahan coffee table, its ideal complement, and Piero Lissoni's Boutique Mast composition presented in its open version with metal shelves.
On the wall, the Modern system designed by Piero Lissoni + CRS Porro consists of 3 square hanging cabinets with transparent doors and lighted shelves. The glossy verde inglese lacquered back panel contrasts with the black-stained hemlock, black river and eucalyptus wood exteriors to create textured compositions that demonstrate the infinite customisation possibilities of this versatile storage system for the living area.
On the opposite side, the System HT bookcase designed by Piero Lissoni + CRS Porro features thick shelves and vertical partitions in heat treated oak and moka metal uprights, which emerge from the glossy fango backdrop. A graphic pattern with an evocative materiality, to which the new moka metallizzato lacquered drop-leaf door is added, highlighted by diffused light, which is transformed into ambient lighting integrated into the wall system.

In the studio, Wolfgang Tolk's Load-it bookcase features ebano tech wall panels, whose striped pattern is presented with alternating horizontal and vertical stripes: hanging Modern cabinet in fango glossy lacquer with a flap door complements the equipped Boiserie, offering storage space.
A Porro classic such as Piero Lissoni's Metallico table boasts a large mottled surface in Nero Marquina marble: comfort at work is guaranteed by the Romby armchairs by GamFratesi.

The Storage corner dressing room, designed by Piero Lissoni + Porro Research Centre, features open compartments in eucalipto23 melamine and transparent modules. In the centre, 2 Origata benches by Nao Tamura painted in denim blue, offer a new perspective on the Porro dressing room.

In the bedroom, the new Iro bed by GamFratesi features two large headboard cushions and a frame in solid turned bruno tinted ash wood with a diameter of 80 mm, which stands out for the detail of the corner joint.
On the wall covered with ebano tech Layer square meter panels, the large mirrors of the Boutique Mast system by Piero Lissoni are placed. The Glide Samurai sliding partitions create a stunning screen for a secret wardrobe area with the new Layer wall panelling system, designed by CRS Porro in a very light straw colour, also chosen for the Storage Boiserie designed by Piero Lissoni + CRS Porro with cuvée metal elements and white cherry wood shelves.

Photo:  © Marco Brienza / Sfelab