Luxence Luxury Living showcases their long-standing expertise in a luxury furniture collection that nods to the world's greatest fashion brands.

Luxence, the independent collection by the Luxury Living Group, adds a precious dimension to its quest for exclusive charm. The Milanese villa combines the quality of time and the interpretation of different styles with the art of entertaining in an elegant and luxurious setting. At the same time, it prioritises the importance of the individual, in line with the human-centred philosophy.


Luxence celebrates the importance of the human element as a fundamental principle of beauty. The quality of the furnishings is enhanced by rediscovering the relationships that exist and are lived out in the most finely decorated environments. To celebrate this union, the new Luxence collection is presented in Milan, in the luxurious yet intimate setting of a luxurious home that exudes a relaxed charm in the heart of a bustling city. Here, immersive atmospheres enhance that rarest of things: every moment lived to the full. Luxence reaffirms its commitment to continuously develop the most exclusive nuances, embracing a new humanistic approach to design where the quality of a living area meets and enriches the quality of life. Luxence’s exclusive and renowned craftsmanship focuses on sensory wellbeing. It creates aesthetically coherent worlds that stimulate all the senses, contributing to the serenity and satisfaction of those who choose to surround themselves with the Luxury Living Group’s proprietary collection.

Luxence Luxury Living presents Seido

Luxence, the new brand by Luxury Living, expresses the Group's talent for interpreting luxurious furnishings through its first collaboration with international designer Gwenael Nicolas, founder of the multidisciplinary studio Curiosity.

By conflating elegant design with storytelling based on travel and exploration, the brand opens up to the eclectic vision of the French-born creative who, after studying in Paris and at the Royal College of Art in London, settled in Tokyo, where he currently lives and works.

The designer's deep connection with Japan provides the philosophical imprinting for the Seido capsule, named after the combination of two Japanese kanji characters: “sei” (static) and “do” (moving).

Through the Seido capsule, Luxence reiterates a refined narrative, expressed in the home through its multifaceted, aesthetic consistency. For this collection, Gwenael Nicolas was charmed by the unexpected interactions between furnishings, a movement that transforms into extreme comfort and thus into a genuine manifestation of luxury. The flexibility and variety of the elements enables the creation of infinite combinations.

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