Calligaris to showcase latest products at Clerkenwell Design Week

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    In celebration of its 95th anniversary this year, family-run Italian furniture company Calligaris will showcase a series of its latest contract pieces at Clerkenwell Design Week.

    Clerkenwell Design Week display includes the decadently glamorous Coco Chair, inspired by 1950s design with its elegant silhouette and simple metal structure, luxuriously upholstered with padded fabrics or leathers. The Love Seating Range is another nod to the fifties era in a rich earthy colour palette of charcoals and terracottas. The bodies of the pieces are ‘suspended’, sitting neatly within the unique metal frame’s extended legs.

    Also on display will be the bestselling Fifties and Igloo that are synonymous with the customisable element of Calligaris’ furniture, giving the customer the freedom to mix and match shapes, textures and materials to create individual looks for commercial spaces.

    With a similar retro style, the Gala Chair pairs a chic metallic frame with luxurious velvet upholstery in a series of vintage shades including blush pink and dusky blue.

    The Calligaris Contract range was founded in 2008, developing furniture for hotels and restaurants. Its customisable element is key, giving the freedom to mix and match shapes textures and materials to create individual pieces designed to bring the luxuries of the home to the contract market.

    Hotel Designs editor Hamish Kilburn will be at Clerkenwell Design Week on the 24 May. Please tweet us if you would like to book in a meeting.

    Hamish Kilburn / 11.05.2018


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