Given its success at New York’s ICFF (International Contemporary Furniture Fair), Italian brand Talenti continues its American sojourn with its latest outpost in New York. At its debut in the Big Apple, the Umbrian brand continued to move up in the international arena of outdoor design. Talenti, in the past has had some big names contribute to its collections including Ludovica + Roberto Palomba, Karim Rashid, Marco Acerbis, Ramón Esteve and Cristian Visentin among others, offering a range of products for dining and living characterised by a strong reference to the indoor world.
The elegant and minimalist Casilda collection is designed by Ramón Esteve whereas the super-glamorous Cliff collection is created by two design icons: Ludovica + Roberto Palomba. During the four-day American fair, the Italian brand also showcased a few of its other jewels: Ramón Esteve’s Cottage collection and his very recent Trocadero, along with the innovative Pascal collection by Marco Acerbis.
The Casilda collection is now available in graphite colour, which is added to the brushed dark brown, brushed gold, white, speckled brown or mélange taupe shades, repurposing the designer's most iconic graphics, finding a perfect balance of lines and materials in a harmonious dialogue between rational geometries and warm lights, between enveloping fabrics and neutral colours.
“Our participation in ICFF is part of our plan to consolidate and strengthen our brand recognition internationally,” says Fabrizio Cameli, founder and CEO of Talenti. “In addition to the internationalisation process, we are strengthening our presence in the US market while also focusing on developing further within Italy. We will soon be opening our first flagship store in Milan. Also imminent is the inauguration of our new exhibition, production and business headquarters, part of an impressive requalification project involving the former Pastificio Federici, located in the town of Amelia. This project was achieved in collaboration with local institutions and businesses in order to create synergies, development, and to enhance the value of this area,” he adds.