Published on : Thursday, September 18, 2014
Henge continues its rise to success, pursuing and achieving ever higher and more ambitious objectives. The company is increasingly oriented towards a policy of internationalisation, drawing strength from the recognition it is registering all over the world in terms of image and the conquering of new market spaces.
2014 is confirmed as a year of major satisfactions and creations: in the two months of April/May alone, Henge inaugurated a new point-of-purchase in Milan in that luxury district par excellence, celebrated all over the world, the “Quadrilateral of Fashion”, arrived in Miami with its first overseas flagship store, ready to fascinate the New Continent too with its atmospheres, and participated in great style in the International Furniture Fair in Milan, presenting many new proposals from the Home Collection.
In those same months it was already in the process of perfecting and developing an important contract supplies project: the fitting and furnishing of a truly special hotel in the heart of the lively capital of Lebanon, the O Monot Luxury Boutique Hotel in Beirut, the official inauguration of which took place on 14th June.
Henge has wisely and elegantly interpreted the client’s intentions, creating sophisticated and desirable interiors. With great luxury and meticulous attention to detail, it has enhanced and embellished every shared environment, furnishing the hall, lounge bar zone and restaurant room.
The atmosphere that is breathed is warm and intimate, the choices are sophisticated, heterogeneous, contemporary fascinations with a delightful Art Deco flavour.
Wood, metal, natural stone and leather are confirmed here too as the protagonists of Henge creations: these are refined and precious materials, truly pleasing to the touch, the colours of which range from the dark leather of the sofa coverings to the brown and pale grains of the tops, made of Cappuccino stone, to the subtle shine of the burnished brass lamps and legs of the small tables.
The expressiveness of the materials meets with the creativity and sensibility of architect Massimo Castagna and gives rise to that unmistakable Henge style.
The furnishing of the Hotel O Monot demonstrates how Henge is able to develop projects that go beyond the domestic environment and how well its collections find their place naturally and with strong personality in important international contexts.
Henge items thus confirm their vocation: to be travel companions and not simply furniture.