Novelties by Gianfranco Ferré Home


The Gianfranco Ferré Home stand at the Salone del Mobile.Milano 2024

Industrial style and cosy mood, minimalist furniture and sculptural pieces. The new Gianfranco Ferré Home collection focuses on contrasts, exploring the harmony between apparently opposing concepts. The exhibition offers an original interpretation of the brand's typical metropolitan aesthetic. Large open spaces enhance the contrast between hard and soft, with metal elements with industrial lines combined with organic shapes and soft fabrics that add depth and a sense of hospitality. All this is enhanced by a neutral, almost impalpable colour palette, in which delicate shades of grey, white and wood are enlivened by green, in an acid but deep tone, with a saturation that is not too intense, able to adapt to different environments without standing out excessively.

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Along the exhibition route there are sculptural seatings with retro charm, including the Haaga sofa and Brygge armchair, characterised by a contemporary design and flowing lines. Like works of modern art creatively responding to the desire to relax, the seats are characterised by shapes reminiscent of the fingers of a hand, ready to welcome and cradle. Original and sophisticated, the Kamppi armchairs and the Islington chaise longue also reflect the same vintage and industrial mood, enhanced in this case by the chrome-finished profiles, which fit harmoniously into spaces adding an aura of modernity and comfort.

The softness and prominence of the seating creates a striking contrast to the simplicity of the Japandi-style furniture, made of Canaletto walnut and characterised by minimalist lines. A perfect example of this is the Maki armchair and pouf, with its clean, essential design and enveloping but never coy shapes. This spiritual mood, centred on well-being, can warm up a rational, industrial context thanks to the use of noble materials and textured fabrics, for a sense of absolute comfort. Emblematic for its simple and cosy aesthetics is the Kaunas sofa, composed of linear and modular modules, raised from the floor thanks to Canaletto walnut wood feet.

Within the stand, the creative use of glass, with various processes and finishes, introduces the theme of presence and absence, further enhancing the balance between rigour and softness that characterises the entire collection. Exemplary in this sense are the Havnen occasional tables, characterised by an opaque glass top and cylindrical base with leather upholstery, and the Veil occasional tables, composed of vertical glass plates joined together by the presence of buttons.

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