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Bottega Veneta Unveils Luxury Home Designs

Tomas Maier extends his fashion know-how to furniture, creating yet another opulent yet functional series for the home.

Jun 28, 2016 | By Shatricia Nair

Within the magnificence of the Palazzo Gallarati Scotti and amidst the stunning frescoes of 18th-century artists such as Giovanna Battista Tiepolo sits Tomas Maier’s home collection for Bottega Veneta. The series, which comprises a three-seater sofa, day bed and club chair, amongst a few others, is a harmony of minimalist silhouettes and luxe fabrics.

The brand’s iconic intrecciato motif is also apparent in the collection, as seen on a bronze hand-made table and handles of a storage chest. Other eye-catching pieces include Berber-style carpets in unique patterns, and a collection of sterling boxes with semi-precious stones, each named after the planets in the solar system.

“A luxury product is signified by the material that’s used, its design, the know-how of its artisans,” Maier has said. “And obviously, I have an obsession with functionality – a bit of my German background.”

Read more about the opulent collection on L’Officiel.com.


 
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