Luxury Living Group will be attending the London Design Festival, hosted in London from 16 to 24 September. This year’s edition celebrates the festival’s 20th anniversary and is set to be a very special event. For the occasion the 600 sqm Brompton Road store, located between the prestigious boroughs of Knightsbridge and Belgravia, will showcase Luxury Living Group’s highquality standards and elegance through the Versace Home and Luxence collections. The space will be open to the public every day, excluding Sundays, with extended business hours on September 21.
The Versace Home collection unfolds across seven different settings that convey the brand’s sumptuous lifestyle through its iconic pieces.
The living room area is presented in different versions, which highlight the brand’s ability to create constantly changing settings, whilst remaining loyal to the principles and genetic make-up of the Fashion House.
The La Greca sofa, characterised by curved and embracing lines, is combined with the substantial shape and sartorial details of the Goddess armchairs and with the minimal design of the ottoman and the Stiletto coffee tables. A fuchsia version of the sexy Versace Venus armchair, decorated with all-over Greca patterns, completes the space.
The second living room setting is designed for much larger environments and furnished with two large versions of the Goddess sofa, complemented by the Medaillon coffee tables crafted from glass and gilt metal, and by a range of glass lamps from the Goddess collection. Finally, the V21 Signature sofas in black leather and the Stiletto sideboard in the same shade, create a highly striking environment, where deep black and gold decorations alternate.
The dining room shows off Versace Home and Luxury Living Group’s Italian craftsmanship and mastery in making large furniture with great attention to detail. The V-Marble tables, presented in the rectangular version with a Carrara marble top, and in the round version with a Marquina black marble top, are veritable home interior architectural pieces. The tables are paired with the elegant leather Medusa Trono chairs. In the dining area, next to the rectangular table made from Carrara marble, are also the Stiletto love bed and the fuchsia Stiletto bar cabinet which, in combination with the candy pink leather Versace armchair, add an interesting touch of colour to the elegantly neutral palette of the interiors. The Veyron cabinets, featuring Art Deco-style soft shapes, are combined with the black version of the V-Marble table.
The bedroom is a large suite featuring the V-King bed fitted with a substantial headboard that acts as a sumptuous backdrop. The space also displays the Stiletto armchairs and the sideboard, featuring a marble top and elegant tone-on-tone decorations, the large Narcissus mirror and the irresistible Greca Vanity Desk. Alongside other mirrors, the store will also display the iconic Medusa Emoj mirrors, whose shape recalls the Fashion House logo.
Luxence, Luxury Living Group’s brand, the epitome of the company’s superb craftsmanship and vision of contemporary luxury, will be displaying two living rooms, a dining room and a bedroom area to represent its home living concept at the London show.
The first living room area presents the Andy sofa, inspired by 1970s’ New York, and Jet Set, with its curved and enveloping lines that exude a sense of great comfort. Both sofas epitomise the company’s ability to craft highly complex furniture. Next to the sofas are the Ginger armchairs: their woven leather backrest projects a heritage of wisdom and knowledge going into the future.
The hand-lacquered Moon and Rudy coffee tables harken back to the masterpieces created by world famous artists, and are small fine art collectables in their own right.
The second living room version features the Avenue sofa, which defines the space with its substantial shape, in addition to the coffee tables from the Parson collection, the Music Hall cabinet and the Stargate pendant lamps. The store will also display the small but very soft and enveloping Club armchairs.
The dining area is furnished with the sculptural Pavillon table. The perfect round shape of its top, crafted from Carrara marble, can also be seen in the Club chairs and the silk Parallel rug. Finally, the bedroom takes centre stage with striking furnishings and textile accessories made from top quality fabrics, like the cashmere blankets, the massive Night Club bed, the Avenue bench, which mixes minimal design with soft surfaces, the Elsa and Martha armchairs, and the Moher mirrored lamps.