For Maison et Objet 2020, FENDI Casa has anticipated new horizons in contemporary design. They brought over a couple of elegant and occasionally tongue-in-cheek atmospheres which bring the signature that FENDI as a whole is so well distinct for. Come with CovetED and discover how a delicate common thread between discretion and modernity is freed from design constraints with the incredible collection the brand brought forward.
Within this unique set of collections, you can find elements present within the design style, including Pequin stripes, the Millerighe motif, as well as the Astuccio motif pattern, known for being a FENDI icon since 1971. There’s also the colour pattern that bets on playing with contrasts. You will find a set of varying elements such as ultramarine blue, tea green, paprika orange, and more.
The adjustable height of the headboard is the distinguishing feature of the Lambert bed. The versatility of the panels, customisable in both number and choice of upholstery (leather or fabric) a well as the colours, enable you to engage your imagination and play with the FENDI stylistic references. This furniture element is made contemporary also by the details in galvanized metal applied between successive panels or covered in leather in the iconic Pequin pattern.
One of them is the Kelly armchair features a wraparound structure characterised by independent metal armrests, with the point of recalling old fashion trends. One definitely notices the contemporary lines of the design which are enhanced by the galvanized metal insert between the seat and armrests.
Next up is a contemporary reinterpretation of the Anya range with a formal simplification of the base. There are two versions are available. The first is presented in the colours tea green, burgundy, ultramarine blue, saffron yellow, orange light and forest green. The second is in natural and dark variants and in the new matte Antique Rosewood finish.
There’s also the Side to Side carpet which features a play of stripes in black, white and ultramarine blue. The FENDI logo is inlaid in the carpet made from New Zeland wool and bamboo.
The Moore sofa reinterprets the FENDI stylistic codes by presenting an intriguing combination of eclectic and distinctive details. We are talking about the galvanized steel armrests, in the Collection finishes, which highlight the modularity of the sofa. There are also a set of optional accessories, including the marble or wood top with inlaid brass logo, the Astuccio embroidery and the FF all over the logo on the armrest.
The Morris table is a tribute to the Astuccio motif. It’s wooden top, also available in the new Antique Rosewood matte rosewood finish, houses elegant galvanized metal grafts that ideally divide it into three parts. The legs are in steel and wood, with coordinated finishes for the top and the lasered FENDI logo present there.
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