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Opera Contemporary at Maison&Objet
Opera Contemporary, the more modern brand from the historic Italian furniture company Angelo Cappellini, is present at Maison&Objet in Paris with some brand-new products together with classic updates to some of its well-established lines
The 126 square meter stand, located in pavilion 4, H 34 - I 33, showcases a luxurious bedroom, four unique and classy living rooms, and a sumptuous dining room. The collections, designed by Studio Castello Lagravinese, redefine the concept of elegant functionality.
The bedroom offers visitors a first-hand look at the world premier of the impressive Tosca bed. This bed is the indisputable star of the bedroom with a high, ample, and inviting headboard done in capitonnè-worked dove-grey fabric of the highest quality. This bedroom is completed with other products hailing from the all-new Elettra collection which features prestigious walnut wood and shiny brass tips on the feet. This collection includes the romantic dressing table which comes with the new glossy-framed Bersi mirror, as well as bedside tables and a chest of drawers with wave-like carvings on the solid wood doors and sides that offer a sort of three-dimensional play on light and shadows.
Another new product, the Vanja tables, can be found in one of Opera Contemporary’
But the new developments do not stop there. Two already established sofas have been revamped with elegant capitonnè work which endows them with a more classic feeling, while still keeping their modern design. This fair sees the premier of the Margherita Classic and Parsifal Classic collections of sofas and armchairs. Both collections feature walnut wood bases. Margherita Classic is presented in a bordeaux colored velvet while Parsifal Classic is done internally with beige colored velvet and externally with striped beige and grey colored velvet.
The dining room on display features the attention-grabbing, extendable Tigrana table. This time the hand-polished solid wood table is presented in its rectangular form and has four grooved, pointed legs available with with shiny or chromed brass feet. This series of extendable tables is characterized by it’s lightness and is completed by the contemporary Maurice chairs, done in walnut and beige velvet with grey geometric designs. They are available with or without armrests.
Other elegantly modern products such as the Rosalie Classic sofa and armchairs with their gracefully flowing armrests, the Ruslan tables with their tray-style tops, the almost retro-feeling Teseo coffee table, and the Genievieve end tables featuring an antiqued mirrored top and gold-coated silver finish also enrich the company’s stand.
“Participating at Maison&Objet is of key importance for the Opera Contemporary brand – says Angelo Cappellini’s designers. It is a market that is really appreciative of the soft shapes, high quality materials, and modern design of these products. We want our collections to make a lasting impression with visitors of the fair and we are proud to be among those who are bringing the best of Italian design to Paris.”