The new Visionnaire collection could be summarized in one word: greenery.
The company’s search continues in the direction of haute couture made in Italy, but looks this year for a “greener” approach.
Visionnaire’s new products make use of more natural materials such as stone, marble and low-impact raw materials. The wood chosen for beds and sofas comes from restocked plantations, where cut trees are replaced by younger specimens. Feather padding has been replaced by sustainable alternatives such as hemp, cotton, wool, remy or kapok and pillows are filled with millet seeds or linen. As for the linings, natural fibers and vegetable tanned leathers were preferred, without chemical or metal additives.
The featured series includes furnishings for living room, dining room and study.
Bastian sofa and Equinox bar console by Visionnaire.
Convention collection by Visionnaire.
Designed by Mauro Lipparini, the modular Bastian sofa is characterised by great care for detail and also a special processing that recalls that of traditional saddlery. This customizable upholstered furnishing can be perfectly combined with the Equinox bar console, featuring a fabulous green onyx front.
The Convention collection signed by Giuseppe Viganò relies on its diagonal lines that “break” the orthogonality of spaces. Upholstered sofas, coffee tables and sideboards are composed by different parts that fit together on a 45 degrees angle.
Opera table and Carmen chairs by Visionnaire.
Wilshire desk by Visionnaire.
The Opera table is ideal to be placed in the middle of the room. Wood and steel gave birth to an elegant and timeless piece of furniture, perfect with the Carmen upholstered chairs.
To furnish an intimate but also representative study, Visionnaire presented the Wilshire desk. Designed by Steve Leung, it is characterised by an asymmetrical design and plays on the marvelous combination of marble, wood and metal.