Published on : Friday, May 15, 2015
Absolute is distinguished by the use of a rare and precious Japanese Tamo ash burl whose remarkable grain consists of pulmonary-type veins. The wood is pre-stained in mocha with a glossy polyester finish and polished to enhance the beauty of its grain.
The Absolute collection consists of furnishings for the bedroom, dining room and lounge as well as an executive office.
The collection is further enhanced by a wide range of over 50 exclusive custom-made furnishing components, such as Murano glass chandeliers, hand-knotted carpets in wool and silk, ceramic ware, lighting fixtures, bedspreads and wallpapers.
The collection enhances the combined effect of different elements: armadillo printed leather, dark emperador marble, champagne coloured nabuck leather and bronze effect satinized brass trims. Light shades and natural colours define the living room and bedroom furnishings. Another distinctive element is the Giorgio Collection logo whose lion’s head will appear on each piece in the collections.
The collection comprises a dining room, bedroom and living solution.
Sunrise stands out for its use of fine bird’s eye maple, a wood quality sourced in Canada and characterized by a particular swirling effect, known as bird’s eyes. Created by specific climatic conditions, this texture is further enhanced by a finish in high-gloss brushed polyester.
The collection is presented in the light-coloured, embracing tones of champagne and is embellished by trims in chrome-plated steel and inserts in iguana printed leather, which have become the leitmotiv of the entire proposal.
The Sunrise collection consists of a bedroom suite, a living room proposal, a dining room and a prestigious office suite.
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