Discover The New Indoor And Outdoor Living Products by Paola Lenti

CovetED Magazine 14th Edition Interior Design Magazine

Discover The New Indoor And Outdoor Living Products by Paola Lenti ♦ Since 1994 Paola Lenti has followed a coherent and dynamic entrepreneurial strategy based on research and experimentation which has led the Company to establish itself as an international reference in the world of design. Turning the pages of a Paola Lenti catalogue is like discovering balanced and essential new design landscapes where opposites become complementary: past and present, interior and exterior, tradition and technology. In this approach one can find a serene coexistence of seemingly diverse influences: where metal and wood structures are designed to be durable, where modern and comfortable interiors seating live side by side with the newest solutions for exteriors, where elegant hand-crocheted floral rugs are created with high-tech yarns. Each design attributes its originality to the selection and creation of the material and to the simplicity of its forms. The pieces are created to be timeless in terms of quality, functionality, colour and aesthetics.

 


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The creative sparkle of the company permeates throughout the entire proposal – from the furniture products to the ceramic, metal and fabric installations, to the decorations of the architecture. It reveals to the spectators how all the elements interpreting this scenery contribute to the creation of a coherent and balanced wholeness. Essential forms and inedited colour hues become narrations proposing different plots in each room and visualizing the company personal idea of contemporary living. A concept where different elements naturally coexist in surprising projects always based on the mindful use of resources and materials with respect for the environment. The unique, unmistakable language and the established aesthetic identity of Paola Lenti have been expressed in the indoor and outdoor living spaces since 1994. A rhythm set by iconic pieces that coexist today with original and exclusive novelties aimed to achieve a perfect synthesis of functionality and sustainability.

Indoor Living

Walt, design by Francesco Rota

 

Walt, design by Francesco Rota

 

Series composed of a three-seater sofa and linear or shaped sectional elements, with or without removable seat cushion. The elements Walt are available in different dimensions and can be used to create compositions, which may include large poufs and wooden side tables finished Mano Opaca or Mano Lucida. The structure is padded with stress-resistant expanded polyurethane; the upholstery cover is removable and available in Paola Lenti’s signature indoor fabrics.

 

Walt, design by Francesco Rota

 

Euclice, design Francesco Rota

 

Euclice, design Francesco Rota

 

Series composed of cabinets, low cabinets and bookshelves. The structure and the swing or sliding doors are finished Mano Opaca or Mano Lucida. Doors and back panels are also available in extra-light transparent tempered glass.

 

Portofino, design Vincent Van Duysen

 

Portofino, design Vincent Van Duysen

 

Dining table with structure made of gloss-varnished aluminium in the new colours in the collection and wooden top finished Mano Opaca.

 

Portofino, design Vincent Van Duysen

Outdoor Living

Giunco, design Francesco Bettoni

 

Giunco, design Francesco Bettoni

 

Armchair in bent metal. The structure is made of gloss-varnished aluminium, available in the new collection colours, and is hand woven with Twiggy yarn. The seat and back cushions are padded with polyester fibre and polyurethane; the removable upholstery is selected among Paola Lenti’s signature outdoor fabrics.

Telar, design Lina Obregón

 

Telar, design Lina Obregón

 

Lounge chair with structural cover woven by hand. Telar stainless steel structure is gloss-varnished in the new colours in the collection. The weave is made of elastic belts covered with a braid in Rope yarn.

Sabi, design Francesco Rota

 

Sabi, design Francesco Rota

 

Sabi armchairs, sofas and sectional elements, one of the first and most successful Paola Lenti outdoor collections, are now available with a new structural weave created by hand with a flat braid in Rope yarn. The weave can be in one or more colours and design a checkered pattern.

 

Sabi, design Francesco Rota

Scenery

Creative interplays and interweaves, originating over the years from the collaboration of the company with designers, artists, and other important industrial realities that share the same passion for experimentation, allow Paola Lenti to present today modern comprehensive projects, where furniture, floorings, wall coverings, movable partitions and architectural structures coexist. Thus, the tangible result of this research activity is a complete, innovative collection, designed according to a new overall personal concept of living spaces. It is the inception of a distinctive and unmistakable style, able to evolve, yet retaining its force and coherence, where all the objects dialogue with each other in a mindful play of balance, which is the synthesis of the unique perception of space, form and colour which has always been the hallmark of the company.

Moon, Marella Ferrera

 

Moon

 

Round tesserae in lava stone and glass in different colours and dimensions. The tesserae can be used both to fully cover vertical architectural structures and to create decorations according to one’s own style and creativity.

Setteottavi, Nicolò Morales

 

Setteottavi

 

Elements in Luce, made and decorated by hand with exclusive colours by Nicolò Morales. The elements can be used both to fully cover vertical architectural structures and to create decoration patterns according to one’s own style and creativity.

Assonanze, Marella Ferrera

 

Assonanze

 

Elements in lava stone and glass made and decorated by hand. The Assonanze elements can be used both to cover vertical architectural structures and to create decorations according to one’s own personal style and creativity.

Glow, Paola Lenti e De Castelli

 

Glow

 

Covering mosaic for vertical surfaces. Little tesserae in different metals, treated with different oxidations, are laid by hand on a support slab according to a misaligned sequence. The oxidation of the elements is made by De Castelli.

Nubila, Paola Lenti e De Castelli

 

Nubila

 

Boiserie composed of elements made of Tela, a copper fabric available in four different hues, which are created by De Castelli with a series of manual processes. The panels composing Nubila are covered with a double layer of fabric in the new colour hue Foliage and are divided lengthwise by copper rigid elements.

Perigal, Paola Lenti e Listone Giordano

 

Perigal

 

Wood covering for floors and vertical surfaces. Perigal is divided into elements, which are composed according to a famous mathematical theorem dating from the 19th century, based on the decomposition of the square and is finished Mano Opaca.

Geometrica, CRS Paola Lenti

 

Geometrica

 

Modular panels suited to cover vertical surfaces. The Geometrica panels can be produced in the desired dimension and are made of wood finished Mano Opaca. The so obtained Boiserie is featured by the combination of panels in the same colour but in slightly different shades, sometimes darker, sometimes lighter, adding to the natural differences created by the wood grain and by the hand finishing.

Papiercollé, CRS Paola Lenti

 

Papiercollé

 

Covering for vertical architectural structures. The geometric decoration is engraved on the background surface that comes to life and lights up thanks to a shiny gloss varnishing.

Bambou, Nicolò Morales

 

Bambou

 

Modular movable partition composed of majolica cylinders in different dimensions mounted one over the other on steel cables and spaced by felt disks. The cylinders are made and decorated by hand with exclusive colours by Nicolò Morales. The Bambou compositions are fixed to the ceiling while they move freely on the ground.

Bisso, CRS Paola Lenti

 

Bisso

 

Partition made of brass net elements manually treated with an oxidation process that design its surface. The elements are welded with each other to create the composition in the desired dimensions. The Bisso compositions must be fixed to the ceiling while they move freely on the ground.

Couture, Marella Ferrera

 

Couture

 

Partition composed of hundreds of little fabric elements resulting from the hand cutting and superimposition of more layers in different colours and textures. The element are joined both horizontally and vertically by thin twines. Couture partitions are fixed to the ceiling while they move freely on the ground.

Mandala, CRS Paola Lenti

 

Mandala

 

Partition composed of rigid rings covered with braids in Rope yarn and joined by flat cords in the same yarn but in a different colour. The Mandala partitions are fixed to the ceiling while they move freely on the ground.

Grisella, CRS Paola Lenti

 

Grisella

 

Partition made of a cord in Rope yarn, which is shaped by hand and machine sewn to create a large mesh netting, which separates without isolating. Grisella requires to be fixed to the ceiling, while it can move freely on the bottom.

 

 


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