Published on : Saturday, February 4, 2023
At Maison & Objet 2023, Gervasoni is presenting its new 2022 indoor and outdoor items and a selection of the company’s iconic furniture products created from a careful selection of materials worked with skilled craftsmanship and innovative technologies to perfectly adapt to different living styles.
David Lopez Quincoces has designed two indoor collections, Saia, an upholstered line with a sofa and armchair, and Heiko, a series of coffee tables with a textured feel; Federico Peri presents Daen, a collection of tables and sideboards distinguished by their solid, geometric volumes. The Loll, Gray, Ghost, Brass and Silver collections by Paola Navone, the company’s bestsellers, complete the display and attest to the attention to detail, high-quality materials and uniqueness of the company’s craftsmanship.
The outdoor range features only new products for 2022: Federica Biasi designs two collections, Hashi consisting of a modular sofa and rocking chair with a minimal, rigid structure, and Brise, a dining set with a table, chair and coffee tables that borrow from Art Nouveau and Liberty style; the Kasane collection by Japanese studio Nendo, a range of tables and poufs in which the texture of clay takes centre stage; Chiara Andreatti with the Guna collection featuring a daybed, coffee tables and rugs defined by an interplay of different traditions and cultures; the other outdoor rug line, Eco, is designed by Elena Sangunakeo, evoking the traditional weaving technique, and finally Flair, the collection conceived by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti, consisting of a soft, informal modular sofa with an innovative backrest movement for outdoor use.
Gervasoni is presenting its products through an installation inspired by the works of artist and designer German Ermics at a stand in which colour narrates the project: as in the company’s institutional communication, blue represents the indoor collection and orange the outdoor range. Strong, bold colours animate the stand’s external frame, marking out spaces and the transition from one area to another with a pleasing shade. The areas are defined by colourful walls with a strong character and specially designed partitions.