by SICISJun 15, 2023
Turri Design reveals the elegance of Turri's creations by showing all the aspects of daily life interpreted through a modern luxury concept, an aesthetic idea expressed by a new and alternative conception of minimalism, far from every kind of opulence. The artisanal expertise of the Italian brand intervenes in the international living culture through recent collections including Ratio and Riban, two new collections of Toan Nguyen, the Azul collection by Paola Navone - OTTO Studio, and Roma by Monica Armani, strongly resonating the approach adopted by Turri. A clear and strong direction is evident, as the bold character and clear lines of the new creations explore the possibilities of a modern aesthetic while maintaining a timeless refinement.
The past and the future do not live in a dichotomous relationship anymore—authenticity, history, and contemporary luxury are prerogatives of furniture design made in Italy by Turri. They are the essential elements of the contemporary and sophisticated language through which the brand tells its story on the international market. This is a new consistent authenticity—through the contemporary design language, Turri can represent a quality that is not spelled by volumes and material values, but draws inspiration from the Italian artisanal culture of renewal brought to the market. The new international-inspired collections by Toan Nguyen, Paola Navone - OTTO Studio, and Monica Armani embody current lifestyles, always aware and daring.
Ratio by Toan Nguyen
Ratio, conceived by multidisciplinary designer Toan Nguyen, is a real homage to rationalism. The upholstery collection narrates a contemporary elegance through its woven leather structure. Partaking in the collection are a pair of low table designs that define a shared space with balanced contrasts.
Riban by Toan Nguyen
The research of contemporaneity in Riban is expressed by an interplay of surfaces and twists, where the external becomes internal—the backrest becomes the seat and the materials alternate in a natural and logical way. The furniture collection by Nguyen is completed by low tables of consistent authenticity that match and overlap into an alternation of contrasts.
Roma by Monica Armani
Low tables, a sofa design, and a TV unit constitute this sophisticated residential interior collection conceived by product designer Monica Armani. The soft yet refined lines culminate in the pure round shape that defines each element of the collection. Designed for a timeless and elegant interior design, Roma invites viewers to its experience.
Azul by Paola Navone
As unique as its inhabitants, the Azul home by Italian architect and designer Paola Navone - OTTO Studio adapts with this new version. The selected hues nod to the influences of Italian haute-couture, as well as the contemporary style of the Italian designer by leaning towards warmer colours, with the exception of the grey velvet for the sofa and the powder-pink for the new armchair.