Fendi Casa opens a new showroom in New York City

Fendi Casa opens a new showroom in New York City

Fendi Casa showroom in New York City

November 1, 2013 - After Miami and Los Angeles, Italian luxury home décor brand Fendi Casa extends its presence in the United States with the opening of the first Luxury Living showroom in New York City, situated in a very prestigious location in the heart of Manhattan, at 153 Madison Avenue.

In addition to Fendi Casa, other Luxury Living brands, such as Bentley Home and Heritage - Alberto Vignatelli, Luxury Living Group’s private collection, will be presented in the location.

The entire showroom, covering an area of 10,000-square-foot, presents a stylish lifestyle. All designed by the company’s team of architects, rooms are characterized by rich lacquered wood and bronze shades, that recall the refined urbanity of New York, an ideal frame for the newly proposed furnishings.

In this unique setting, Fendi Casa occupies the center of the scene. The Contemporary furnishings collection, with pieces such as Soho, Metropolitan, Agadir and Serengeti sofas, along with the collection’s best sellers such as the Diamond bed, Bernini dining table and Prestige sofa, and Fendi Casa Ambiente Cucina, all find their space in the new location.

The showroom also hosts Heritage - Alberto Vignatelli, a line of furniture and accessories that wants to be a homage to craftsmanship, tradition and elegance, thought-out and pursued with passion by Alberto Vignatelli, founder and president of the Luxury Living Group. The aesthetics of the rooms reflects the style of Fendi, with exquisite and luxurious design, as in the case of the characteristic metal boiserie suspended from the ceiling in one of the rooms, expressly designed for the New York space. The series of friezes, inspired by luxurious villas, are enhanced through specially lit walls and the presence of large windows.

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