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Junya Ishigama on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Azure Magazine. The Innovators Issue.
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The Innovators Issue: Junya Ishigama's genre-busting architecture, Sidewalk Labs and the future of the city, and more!

When the world’s biggest furniture event opens in Milan next week, more than 2,000 exhibitors will be on hand to unveil their newest offerings. Living Divani will be amongst them, showcasing brand new products designed in collaboration with leading designers like Piero Lissoni, David Lopez Quincoces and Luis Arrivillaga. Here’s a sneak peek.

Ceiba Screen by Luis Arrivillaga
This room partition is inspired by the Arrivillaga-designed coat hanger launched by Living Divani in 2016. The solid ash wood frames, available in a natural or charcoal finish, are adorned with linen fabric that’s been embellished with visible hems and buttons. The translucency of the linen creates a “game of superimpositions,” the company says.

 

Dumas Armchair by Piero Lissoni
To complement the Dumas sofa released last year, Lissoni has designed an armchair with a similar generous and padded form. The backrest and seat cushions are stuffed with goose down and framed by high armrests, making it ideal for sinking into. Dumas is available with burnished metal or solid wood feet.

 

The Era collection by David Lopez Quincoces
This new ensemble by Quincoces, a Spanish designer, includes a chair, coffee tables, and an armchair. The collection is designed to be dispersed around the house, or used to frame contract environments. The tables are available in varying heights, sizes and shapes. Ultra-thin, two-tone legs support tops available in wood, high-pressure laminate, or in red or blue lacquered versions.

 

Rod Bean Sofa by Piero Lissoni
Three individual elements form the extra-long, slightly curved Rod Bean seat, a new and adapted addition to Lissoni’s Rod System sofa. Lacquered steel forms the base, which is finished with stainless steel feet in a polished or matte-satin finish. The goose-down-filled seat cushions can be quilted with or without buttons, and both fabric and leather upholstery options are available.

 

Lipp Dormeuse by Piero Lissoni
This chaise-longue joins Lissoni’s 2014 Lipp sofa and 2015 Lipp chair. Like those pieces, the Lipp Dormeuse features an ultra-padded seat and a backrest with capitonné-style quilting, for lounging in comfort – and style. It’s available in fabric or leather upholstery.

 

This content was published by Azure on behalf of Living Divani.

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