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Salone del Mobile 2019: Bugatti Home Presents Its Newest CollectionFriday 12 April 2019
Salone del Mobile 2019: Bugatti Presents Its Newest Collection ⇒ Salone del Mobile 2019 started on the 6th of April and ever since then lots of different luxury brands have been presenting their newest collections. Bugatti has brought to iSaloni an extremely hi-tech and contemporary line which interprets the values of the hyper sports cars brand founded by Ettore Bugatti, in 1909 in Molsheim, Alsace. CovetED Magazine brings you more details below!
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Bugatti is the brand of a family of artists who distinguished themselves at a time when other carmakers were run by entrepreneurs with a largely technical background. The company founder, Ettore Bugatti, who was born and grew up in Milan, Italy, succeeded in combining this artistic approach with his technical innovations, paving the way for the design language that was to go on to forge the Bugatti brand.
Cobra Chair Limited Edition
A hallmark of the Icon Collection, the Cobra Chair in the blue and white version is an exclusive tribute to the 110th anniversary of Bugatti, and features the “110 Ans Bugatti” logo embroidered on the backrest. The Cobra Chair “limited edition” is produced in 110 exclusive pieces, and its concept reinterprets the original version designed and created in 1902 by Carlo Bugatti in a contemporary key. Collaboration with Etienne Salomé, Deputy Design Director has led to the design being slimmed down to give it a new stylish dynamism, whilst continuing to respect the original expressive language. Innovative and cutting edge, the Cobra Chair is developed around a project that combines the sleek curved backrest, base and seat into a single element, interrupted only by a gap designed to contain the tails of a tailcoat.
Toan Nguyen has designed an aerodynamic and apparently suspended line, which posed a real challenge in terms of structure. The padded Chiron bed with its curvy profile is available with leather or fabric upholstery. The line is dedicated to the legendary Bugatti racing driver Louis Chiron, who won amongst others five French Grand Prix, and also includes a sofa, lounge chair, ottoman, coffee table and chaise-longue.
Designed by Toan Nguyen, the Vitesse armchair pays homage to the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, an ultra high-performance vehicle, which is reflected in the colours of the armchair frame, available in matte Titanium Silver and Steel Blue. These finishes are featured once again on the new Bugatti Divo and Bugatti Chiron Sport 110 Ans automobiles. The optical effect of the paintwork renders the armchair even more captivating: the reflections of light on the sinuous curves gives the chair the effect of changing colour. On the Sense Metal version, the Vitesse features a metal cage on the legs and frame, laser cut and welded with craftsman’s skill, which echoes the Bugatti car grille. The galvanic treatment of the polished chrome-plated finish lends further distinction to one of the most iconic pieces in the collection. The soft padded inner shell combines comfort with technology.
Marguerite Coffee table
Speed, lightness and elegance: the Marguerite coffee tables designed by Carlo Colombo, shaped from wood lacquered in Steel Blue or Titanium Silver matte finish, pay tribute to the values of the Bugatti Home collection. The polished aluminium trim and steel swivel mechanism bring this coffee table’s contemporary techno character to the fore.
Made of metal in Titanium Anthracite and Titanium Grey colour finishes, the new Legacy vases create a contemporary dimension of multiplied perspectives designed to develop creative, hi-tech combinations. Engraved with the iconic Maison Bugatti logo to enhance the exclusive personality of this complementary furnishing item.
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