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High-End Furniture Brands – The Best Luxury Interior Design ProjectsTuesday 26 March 2019
High-End Furniture Brands – The Best Luxury Interior Design Projects ⇒ You don’t have to research a lot to find proper interior design projects. The best interior designers range a lot from residential to hospitality and even public space projects. The fact is that these same interior designers demand nothing more than the best of the best. CovetED brings you some of these projects feature hyper-exclusive brands with incredibly unique designs and inspire us all by how the pieces harmoniously fit together.
Residential projects are some of the most freeing projects that a designer can have. The goal is always to portray the client’s vision at the highest possible level. But always leaving the brand’s signature behind. Check Out some of what we consider to be the best residential projects, provided by the best high-end furniture brands.
Armani Casa Private London Residence
Established in 2004 the studio, under the direct supervision of Giorgio Armani, provides a comprehensive design service for a variety of projects: apartments in the most exclusive locations, private yachts and planes, exotic villas and prestigious residential complexes. While implementing the Armani style in different contexts and with different shades, the ultimate aim of the Studio is to respond to the demands and wishes of the client.
A period townhouse, 800 sq. meters on 7 levels. Complete refurbishment, interior design and furnishing project.
Molteni and Dada Woolworth Tower Private Residence
As the exclusive custom kitchen partner for the Woolworth Tower Residences at 2 Park Place, Dada continues to elevate its strong presence in this international design city.
The Dada Contract Division outfitted the residential tower with a total of 34 kitchens and 111 vanities. Custom Dada kitchens feature white lacquered bespoke doors, nickel knobs that channel the style of the neo-Gothic building and white Calacatta Caldia marble countertops.
The bathrooms incorporate bespoke Dada lacquered cabinetry with mirrors to complete the ambience. Collaborating closely with internal design teams, Dada created settings uniquely tailored to the building’s particular needs while exemplifying key brand attributes, such as quality, skill and passion.
Flexform’s Private Living Room in São Paulo
An elegant São Paulo residence designed by Hueb Ferreira Arquitetos. The signature design look is apparent in the simplicity of the pairing of the travertine floors with a bold shade of dark brown on the painted walls.
The clear chromatic contrast contributes to creating an atmosphere of refined equilibrium. The living room is furnished with a spacious composition of the Groundpiece sofa, designed by Antonio Citterio, upholstered in a light-coloured linen fabric that pairs fittingly with the dark brown cowhide-clad bookshelf-armrest that lends function and personality to the sofa.
Completing the decor, the Fly coffee table in Canaletto walnut that flutters above the unique Bangkok ottoman, also upholstered in dark brown cowhide.
A Private Residence by Flos
This Private residence, by Flos Furniture, art is everywhere to be found. The architectural features are perfectly merged with the Italian brand’s furniture. The beginnings of Flos (meaning “flower” in Latin) blossomed from a brilliant idea: to create objects, starting with a light bulb, that would change the way of life for both the Italian market and the foreign markets.
In 1972, the “Italy The New Domestic Landscape” show at New York City’s MoMA– the most important museum of contemporary art in America – was a phenomenon of unprecedented popularity celebrating the culture of art and industry. Flos was featured in the show with several pieces – in particular by the Castiglioni brothers – consolidating the brand as an international avant-garde company. From that moment, the firm’s development and its popularity went hand-in-hand. Between the ’70s and ’80s, they expanded their production with new facilities, their market with branches abroad, and their product catalogue (which included the acquisition of dell’Arteluce by Gino Sarfatti).
Under Piero Gandini’s management, Flos focused on the harmony between iconic forms, artisan craftsmanship and mass-production technology. However, the crucial step towards change came with the realization that contemporary objects can be a form of expression, with as many stylistic interpretations as there are languages in the world. And so, Piero Gandini called upon the most promising talents in international design: from the “futuristic” style of Australian Marc Newson (with his Helice Lamp in 1993) to the English prophet of minimalist design Jasper Morrison, to Konstantin Grcic, the most refined and eclectic German designer.
Baccarat Paris Private Residences
Baccarat has graced its presence in some unique, luxurious projects. From hospitality projects to private residences, the French brand adds that Luxurious touch to any project. Transforming matter into an object of desire has been the calling and talent of Baccarat artisans for over 250 years, targeting perfection.
It takes 15 years to master the techniques, tap the infinite possibilities for sculpting crystal. Baccarat boasts the highest number of award-winning Best Craftsmen in France, more than any other French luxury House.
BACCARAT LA MAISON collection is a natural extension of the Baccarat universe and offers statement furniture and home accessories with a timeless style, at the highest standards of the art of living industry. From stylish living rooms to chic dining and bedroom collections, BACCARAT LA MAISON offers a range of products unrivalled in the furniture industry.
Roberto Cavalli in I Love Florence Tower in Dubai
A new luxury tower in Dubai named “I Love Florence” will be the first in the world to carry the “Roberto Cavalli” brand, bringing the glitz and glamour of runway to private homes. For the first time, Roberto Cavalli designs the interiors of an iconic residential tower with a range of exquisite home accessories and ornate fittings from Cavalli interiors.
The rich interiors of Roberto Cavalli will project bespoke living spaces adding depth, character and style. They will be an embodiment of all the strength and glamour of the Maison ‘Roberto Cavalli lifestyle‘, delivering energy, prestige, emotion, success, and desire to experience.”
He added: “We are excited to work on this project that combines the sophistication of fascinating Florence with the famed luxury of dazzling Dubai. The interiors of the lavish 34-storey waterfront skyscraper, located in one of the world’s greatest urban transformations, will offer its residents a refined living experience that also echoes the romantic vibes of the rustic streets of Florence.”
Buxmed Bishops Avenue Properties with Porada
An award-winning collection of three penthouses, six duplexes and eleven lateral apartments set in a 2.5-acre site with private landscaped gardens and outstanding facilities including an indoor 25m pool, spa, cinema and more.
With the support of his sons, who became promoters, as well as him, of a Company that makes quality and professionalism its own bases. Excellent quality and considerable experience in the wood manufacturing shortly gave the Company a solid and well-defined identity, which nowadays express itself in refined products that contribute to design a domestic environment, where the everyday living needs are met.
Porada’s collection is wide and varied, made up of a multitude of occasional furniture developed in cooperation with designers as Tarcisio Colzani, Patrick Joiun, Carlo Ballabio, Marconato e Zappa, Opera Design, Studio Buratti, David Dolcini, Stefano Bigi, Gino Carollo and Emmanuel Gallina among others.
Architect Sofia de Backer’s House with Antonio Lupi
Upon entering, it is immediately noticeable: Sofie likes beautiful and practical. “A house serves primarily to live in. It must be functional and practical. ”So there was a double door at the front: one for the office and one for the living area. The architectural design of the house is also simple and efficient: a fairly tight floor plan with two beams one above the other, with the top one slightly slid over the edge, to form a roof over the terrace.
At the rear, above the covered terrace, is the night area of the couple. The bedroom and bathroom are in one large room, which creates a suite feeling. The Porro wardrobe in the middle serves as a partition and headboard for the black lacquered bed with canopy from MDF Italia. The bathroom area is also protected with a wall of smoked glass.
Bath ‘Baia’ and washbasin ‘Tender’ by Carlo Colombo for Antoniolupi, tap work from Vola. Here they are economical with faucets: the one against the rear wall serves for both the shower and the large bathtub.
Hospitality Design is primarily centred around industries that provide services like hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs, lounges and country clubs! It can be pretty complex to scope around budgets and space planning and that is why the interior designers who work in hospitality take on a lot of responsibilities and must manage well around their clients’ needs and design choices.
Hilton Astana with Brabbu
Situated in the heart of beautiful Kazakhstan, Hilton Astana Hotel is striking in its splendour. The prestigious state-of-the-art hotel was founded in 2017 and is besieged by some of the most stunning architectural landmarks, including the Bayterek Tower, The Palace of Peace and Reconciliation, also presenting itself close to the business district. In order to maintain its glamorous and luxurious ambience, the luxury brand, BRABBU was asked to furnish almost every setting of this stunning hospitality venue with its nature-inspired upholstery designs.
The challenge to create the perfect ultramodern stay in Astana was given to BI Group – a large construction holding in Kazakhstan, which has been implementing projects in its own cities through the years. With the help of Nurlan Kamitov, founder and head of INK Architects, the project of 50,000 sq. m. was developed and executed within a record time period.
The conceptual basis involves three key elements: nature, culture and history of Central Kazakhstan. One of the dominant symbols of the city is a golden stalk of wheat, which represents its land cultivation and prosperity. Along with stylized samples of folk art, the rich culture and history appear in many furniture elements: carpeted floors, decorative installations and in the shapes of the lighting devices.
Max Hotel in Austria with BoConcept
Boconcept was born in Denmark in 1952 and is today a premium retail lifestyle brand, with close to three hundred stores in over sixty countries. We design, produce and sell contemporary furniture, accessories and lighting for living, dining, sleeping, home-office and outdoor spaces. We also help our customers create a personal home with our comprehensive in-home or store interior design service.
At BoConcept, they believe that their success starts with their people. Each and every one of them, with their varied abilities, strengths, and potential. They also believe that uncovering that potential is an everyday process. A journey of individual choices: The day-to-day attitudes they hold. The actions they take. And the habits they form.
It’s only by being mindful of those choices and building on their individual potential every day, that they can achieve lasting success – together. At BoConcept, they believe in empowered people, who have DRIVE
Four Seasons Dubai International Financial Centre with Cassina
The Contract Division of Cassina has realized a furnishing project for the 106 rooms of the second Four Seasons Hotel in Dubai, located in the heart of the city’s financial district. For this first boutique hotel of the renowned luxury hotel chain, Cassina Contract provided made-to-measure furniture by New York designer Adam D. Tihany that stands out for its high quality, versatility and fine materials. Its rooms, spacious and designed down to the finest of details, have wood panelled walls, precious carpets and chandeliers with multi-faceted metallic pendants.
The furniture, produced by Cassina Contract, was designed and engineered specifically for this project and includes beds with padded headboards, sinuous sofas and multi-purpose desks that, depending on the guests’ needs, can be transformed into meeting tables. The decor has a unique identity and fits perfectly with the other areas of the hotel. The result is an atmosphere that embodies the real essence of the city, reflecting its dynamism and transformation.
Hilton Lake Como with Poliform
Poliform Contract has put its operational potential at the service of the prestigious Hilton Lake Como for the construction of a highly evocative hotel with a contemporary and sophisticated atmosphere.
A complete project: from the public areas such as the restaurant, hall, concierge desks, bar, spa, and meeting rooms, to the 170 rooms and suites for the new luxury hotel, the largest hospitality facility on Lake Como. Ideally located in the heart of the city between the centre of Como and the Swiss border, the hotel offers its guests the opportunity to stay at a few steps away from the romantic villas and lush gardens, near the lakefront and the neoclassical Villa Olmo.
It is a district with high emotional intensity, admired globally, where natural resources compete with the rich artistic heritage. Staying at a hotel becomes a moment of the experience, an element that helps make every trip memorable. Poliform Contract contributes to the creation all over the world of architectures of strong originality that combine functionality and stylistic vision: places that, like Hilton Lake Como, make the trip a moment to experience and remember.
Hotel Joali with Kettal
Since its beginnings in 1966, Kettal has had an international calling to design and innovation. In the first years of the 21st century, Kettal acquired the brands, Hugonet y Triconfort, which came together to form Kettal Group. Kettal’s raison d’être is the creation of timeless furniture, functional and expressive, which represents a contemporary culture and provides solutions to the emerging needs of modern life, based on a blend of creativity, customisation, innovation and modern production. Outdoor furniture. Kettal develops products specifically for each project.
Kettal works with the most important names in the international design scene including Patricia Urquiola, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Rodolfo Dordoni, Doshi Levien, Hella Jongerlius, Jasper Morrison, Michel Charlot or Emiliana Design studio. who collectively have contributed to what is a well rounded, innovative and unique collection.
Fendi Private Suites with Fendi Casa
Fendi Private Suites is ideally situated right in the heart of Rome—a stone’s throw from the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, and within walking distance to Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and Vatican City. You can now not only shop at Fendi’s flagship boutique in Rome but stay there. The third floor of Maison’s stunning home, Palazzo Fendi, has been transformed into the world’s very first Fendi hotel.
Comprised of just seven impeccably designed suites, the hotel epitomizes the ultimate in elegance and exclusivity. With exclusive access to immersion into the Fendi world, it redefines luxury for sophisticated customers who are looking for privacy as well as a unique experience in the heart of Rome. Dominating the buzzing Via dei Condotti, this sumptuous palazzo originally belonged to the noble Boncompagni Ludovisi family.
It has been the prestigious headquarters of Fendi since 2005. Palazzo Fendi is a magnificent architectural counterbalance to the sumptuous Trinità dei Monti church atop the Spanish Steps and has been restored and restyled to create the temple of beautiful design and high-end luxury As well as shopping, this noble residence in the heart of Rome offers unparalleled accommodation. Here you will experience the history and tradition of aristocratic Roman elegance—combined with breathtakingly refined juxtapositions of contemporary design.
Ritz Paris and Luxury Living Group
An extensive portfolio of interior collections that reflect the perfect combination of tradition and innovation. The Fendi Casa collection celebrates the expressive principles of the Roman Maison in a harmonious blend of fashion and design.
The proposals of Bentley Home give full expression to contemporary luxury with the young, yet sophisticated, aesthetic typical of the British automobile brand, while Trussardi Casa’s dynamic and exquisitely Italian solutions reflect the codes of this brand with its iconic Greyhound logo.
The elegant and timeless style that is expressed in the sophisticated lines of both the Heritage Collection and the Paul Mathieu collection, appear alongside the exceptional lifestyle of the Bugatti Home collection, that boasts technological features in true Bugatti style; and the latest Ritz Paris Home Collection that gives form to the unique and sophisticated style of the iconic “Ritz Paris”. The Contract division operates throughout the world, offering turnkey projects and every kind of service, both for design and construction.
Great public spaces are the living room of the city – the place where people come together to enjoy the city and each other. Public spaces make high-quality life in the city possible – they form the stage and backdrop to the drama of life.
Bank of Canada with Knoll
With a mission to preserve the architectural integrity and heritage of their current office buildings – 234 Wellington Street built in 1938 and Arthur Erickson’s towers and atrium added in the 1970s – Bank of Canada looked to Knoll after deciding to modernize the interior of Erickson’s glass towers.
Located in the heart of Ontario’s capital, Bank of Canada traces its heritage back to 1938, when the Bank’s head office was first built on 234 Wellington Street. Employing the traditional architectural style for banks around the time of the Depression, 234 Wellington conveyed solidity and rigidity with its granite construction. In 1970, an atrium and two modern glass towers designed by Arthur Erickson were added to complement and encircle Bank of Canada’s original office. Today, Bank of Canada is recognized for its unique architectural elements, balancing modern and classical styles, with a mixture of granite, steel, glass and concrete.
La Hune Paris with Roche Bobois
In a very fruitful partnership with La Hune, Roche Bobois has had the privilege of arranging the gallery’s new spaces for its first exhibition since its reopening.
To mark this occasion La Hune, an iconic gallery in Saint-Germain-des-Prés has chosen to exhibit work by Ellen von Unwerth, an artistically brilliant photographer.
Some of the brand’s most iconic creations, such as the Up lamps designed by Marcel Wanders and the Aqua table designed by Fabrice Berrux, have been displayed alongside Ellen von Unwerth’s work thus creating a unique dialogue between design and photography.
Ciudadela School and Vitra
Tobacco factory, prison, arsenal, hospital, administrative building – these were ‘Ciudadela’ the purposes to which the building had been put before being restored to its former glory in the form of a library. After visiting the building, BBC London reported that this was probably the world’s most beautiful public library.
It is furnished in various styles, but Vitra furniture is found everywhere, from the reading rooms and offices through the cafeteria and terrace to the children’s area and book storage facilities. The furnishings were chosen to complement the architecture as perfectly as possible.
Thanks to the carefully coordinated selection of materials and colours available in the Vitra Colour & Material Library, products by Vitra can be effortlessly combined to create diverse, individual colleges.
Starbucks Milan and B&B Italia
B&B Italia has enthusiastically accepted Starbucks’ challenge and has engineered and produced the bronze cask – which is part of the roaster at the vibrating heart of the new Starbucks Reserve Roastery Milan, the first Starbucks in Italy. The cask is an impressive 8-meter-high cylinder, in bronzed brass, polished and waxed by hand and equipped with mechanisms for the automatic opening and rotation of the doors.
An impressive bronzed cask that periodically unfolds and rotates, like a blooming flower, to give customers a rare glimpse of the de-gassing phase of the coffee bean roasting process, when the coffee bean is transformed to enhance all its qualities. It is really an engineering work, unique of its kind in the world, which was custom-built by B&B Italia Contract Division exclusively for this project.
The collaboration with Starbucks has represented an exceptional challenge for B&B Italia, where technological research and attention to details were carried out by the expert team of B&B Italia with extreme audacity and mastery. A project that reveals the potential of the company’s Contract Division even in areas where it does not usually work.
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