Luxury Living Group takes the stage at Paris Design Week

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Luxury Living Group takes the stage at Paris Design Week
Paris comes alive from January 18th to 22nd with Maison&Objet and Paris Design Week. On this occasion, Luxury Living Group presents the most iconic pieces from the Versace Home, Bentley Home, Trussardi Casa, and Luxence brands. In an elegant and immersive atmosphere, the collections unfold in a narrative about the company’s ability to create extraordinary living experiences. Providing a backdrop to this showcase are the photographic works of Massimo Listri.
Spread across over 800 square meters on three levels of the showroom, with its nine windows facing Avenue George V, Luxury Living Group hosts a retrospective featuring the shots of the contemporary master of architectural photography. Design and art intertwine to celebrate that intersection of expressions that has always defined Paris as a cultural crossroads.

VERSACE HOME echoes the identity of the fashion house and translates its themes into a furniture collection designed to offer a total experience of the brand’s lifestyle. Non-conformism, the exuberance of Baroque, and eclectic decorative elements are interpreted by the highest Italian craftsmanship skills to design environments with embracing shapes and substantial volumes, defined by bold lines and vibrant textures. Drawing from the brand’s archive, the iconic modular Zensational sofa is born, paying homage to one of the fashion house’s main aesthetic references: the classical era. Presented in individual elements, it assembles into ever-new compositions, playing with shapes, finishes, and textures. A balance between substantial volumes and finely crafted surfaces also characterizes the Medusa bed: through a gentle fold, the base becomes an expansive headboard, and the continuity between the two elements is emphasized by precise stitches that create a quilted effect on the leather or fabric upholstery, recalling the sartorial quality of fashion creations.


Innovation, luxury, and design converge in the BENTLEY HOME collection. The preciousness of materials dialogues with sustainability research, and extensive customization possibilities define the brand’s identity. The bold lines of the furniture proposals draw inspiration from nature and the most futuristic architectures in a play of experimentation and contrasts. The emblem of the brand is the iconic Styal desk designed by Carlo Colombo, which, with its extreme and sensual curves, celebrates the exceptional skills of the Italian artisans at Luxury Living Group. A sequence of sensual curves traverses the three meters of the structure, with the sideboard elegantly positioned to confer balanced proportions. Styal is broken down into four elements divided by a metallic profile that offers the opportunity to cover it in leather or wood, making it customizable in every aspect.

Designed by Federico Peri, the Thames coffee tables reveal Bentley Home’s commitment to sustainability. The composition, reminiscent of an atoll, has a contrasting central part housed within curvilinear graphic incisions; the legs maintain a sharp trait, while the top is defined by precious ribs that recall the world of luxury cars. The set showcased in Paris features the Paper Factor® covering by Riccardo Cavaciocchi. It is made from a “Raw Paper” micro cellulose compound and natural pigments, and processed to obtain unusual surface table top results.


TRUSSARDI CASA strengthens its connection with the cultured and refined spirit of the fashion brand and interprets its language with timeless furniture collections, declined in a warm and natural color palette. The lines soften, revealing embracing shapes that hark back to ancestral forms found in nature. The absolute protagonist is the Nebula armchair designed by Francesca Lanzavecchia: through a subtractive process, the volumes appear as small architectures ready to welcome in the soft embrace of a cloud, as suggested by the name.

Antonio Facco designs the Disk coffee tables, harmonizing geometric shapes with a monochromatic color palette, resulting in a highly dynamic and almost futuristic visual effect. Crafted from natural materials such as wood and leather, these tables are configured like functional islands. Each piece is a blend of wood, leather, and marble, seamlessly merging contemporary forms with timeless finishing.


LUXENCE continues its journey in search of beauty and exclusivity with a dynamic and contemporary collection, featuring clean lines and sophisticated finishes. In Paris, the brand interprets the living atmospheres with the Avenue sofa and Liza armchairs. Substantial volumes and an extraordinary sense of softness express the growing desire to live in enveloping spaces. Avenue plays with contrasts: the cushions leaned against the back in an apparent casualness cite the relaxed attitude of deconstructed seating, and the metal element embracing the structure recalls the stylistic elements of Art Déco. The Liza swivel armchairs represent the ultimate expression of bold aesthetics, without sacrificing graceful elegance. The elements intersect with each other like an embrace, made even more sensual by the total absence of corners.

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