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Natural hospitality and relaxation
Archivio: Showroom

Natural hospitality and relaxation

Coco Places, a new hospitality experience, based on the character of spaces and the Coco-Mat brand, for a new distributed dwelling in Florence
Data Pubblicazione: 7 July 2017

With the wisdom of nature and the comport of modernity as guidelines, the Coco Places apartments combine design, quality furnishings, ecosustainability, technology and outstanding service.

 

The use of innovative products, bedding systems and furnishings made exclusively with natural materials ensure maximum wellbeing for guests.

Coconut fiber, cotton, seaweed, horsehair, linen, wood and goosedown are all recyclable materials, used to produce the countless Coco-Mat bedding solutions.

 

The new facility in Florence, at Via Faenza 54 in the historical center, faces a striking inner courtyard with garden. The apartments of this distributed dwelling are ecosustainable (energy class A) and outfitted with all comforts, including a choice of 12 different pillows.

 

The Coco Place facility in Tuscany is the second in Italy, after the one at Borgo Campello in Umbria.

 

 

Vincenzo Naschi, founder and president of Coco Place, the new brand of apartments designed around the needs of guests, explains: “We have chosen high-quality materials and a focus on the environment, as in the Coco-Mat beds.”

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Molteni&C in Budapest
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Molteni&C in Budapest

Data Pubblicazione: 6 July 2017

With the opening of the new flagship store in Budapest, in collaboration with Solinfo, Gruppo Molteni continues to build its pan-European distribution network.

Solinfo Lighting & Home specializes in professional lighting, furniture and accessories for the design of products, since 1990. The firm is a leading partner for Hungarian and international architects and interior designers.

The new space presents some of the latest collections of Molteni&C designed by Vincent Van Duysen, Ron Gilad, Rodolfo Dordoni, and reissued creations of Gio Ponti.

 

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B&B Italia in Lyon
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B&B Italia in Lyon

The Italian company has opened a new monobrand store in France, in the heart of a district of antique stores, artisans and interior designers
Data Pubblicazione: 5 July 2017

The new space of about 160 m2 contains the B&B Italia and Maxalto collections on a single level.

 

Thanks to the extensive experience of the partner Maison Home Design, the new store becomes a design destination, not only for optimal display of the B&B Italia and Maxalto collections, but also to offer highly qualified service for clients and architects, in residential and contract applications.

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Seventies atmosphere
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Seventies atmosphere

Spotti Milano presents the restyling of its two showrooms, designed by Studiopepe
Data Pubblicazione: 2 July 2017

The new interiors of the Spotti Milano spaces designed by Studiopepe stand out for a range of soft, refined colors juxtaposed with brighter accents to create a Seventies atmosphere.

 

The restyling combines iconic design furnishings with a selection of new Italian and international brands, putting the accent on craftsmanship: the original handmade carpets of cc-tapis, the wooden seating covered in leather and velvet with a vintage feel from the Danish company Fredericia, the chairs and tables of Maruni, a Japanese firm specialized in furnishings with a linear style.

 

The furnishings of Spotti Edizioni round out the setting. Other featured items include the new version of the Instant Panorama wallpaper created by Studiopepe and produced by Wall&Decò, and the bookcase and chest from the Rose Gold collection designed by Paolo Rizzo, presented during Design Week 2017.

 

 

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