A Different View On Relaxing With Letti&Co. at Maison et Objet 2018 ⇒ Paola Navone has imagined one big open space to present the Letti&Co. collection at Maison et Objet 2018, characterized by materials inspired by the future. Silver and reflective walls paired with translucent backlit surfaces create a refined and a bit magical atmosphere where six bed fabrics are being displayed, along with a selection of accessories from the collection.
Letti&Co., part of the Gervasoni group, is a project dedicated to the culture of sleep and to the many ways of conceiving rest. The creativity of Paola Navone, company designer and art director, has given life to a very special collection, now even richer and varied. The beds are poetic and ironic, delicate and inviting, familiar and unconventional, inspired by different influences, imaginative and timeless and dedicated to joyfully elegant homes.
The chance to indulge different views on relaxing – also thanks to the rich offer of bed accessories, from structure to linen – is always the strong suit of Letti&Co.’s philosophy and proposals.
At Maison et Objet 2018, contributing to underlining the rarefied atmosphere of the setting is also the choice to spread the black and white classicism in infinite hues, patterns and fabric textures. An unforeseen mixture of tartan, pied-de-poute, tweed and patchwork, all rigorously in white, black and grey, upholster headboards and bed frames, creating fantastic and visionary monochromatic combinations.
Each of the six small settings has its own identity and tells of a different way to interpret the bed area. From the young spirit of the Molton bed to the sophisticated classicism of the Cocò bed.
From the sinuous grace of the Touch bed to the timeless simplicity of the Soft model. From the practical and functional TV bed with adjustable headboard, to the Double model with its high lined headboard and its refined contemporary spirit. Then to the transformative spirit of Kubo, quickly converting from ottoman to a comfortable bed with a simple and intuitive sliding mechanism.
The beds are set next to the side table with an integrated LC 47 lamp, characterized by a grey lacquered steel frame and solid eastern black walnut top. And, for the first time, the compartmentless version of the mirror/coat rack LC 197 makes an appearance.