16/10/2017

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Luca Spini

From Salone del Mobile, Milan to Florence: Spini’s Collections at Palazzo Bellini

The 5th of October at the beautiful rooms of Palazzo Bellini, (Lungarno Soderini, Florence) we presented our new collections.

Partner of the event was Bronzetto Brass Brother, historical “Bottega Fonderia di creativitàand Tiziana Guerrini, our Art Director. During the evening “Ugo Bing” offered his good Tuscany wine.

Palazzo Bellini

We chose Bellini palace for our exhibition, because it is a unique place imbue with art, indeed it  still is the residence of Bellini dynasty, an important Florentine family of art and antique dealer since the XVIII century

The building, was conceived by the famous architect Adolfo Coppadè, is characterized by a Gothic style, that makes it one of most particular historical adobe in all Florence city centre.

The stars the evening: Spini Decor

During the show we presented many furniture from differ

ent collections, as the mirror “Tung” from “Lacche Veneziane” Collection, characterize by Chinoiserie Style, with black and gold leaf  finishes; the “Stinger Sofa” one of our best pieces of the “Ultimate collection”, made up of beech wood, with bronze leaf finish and cover by an elegant orange velvet.

From the same collection we also displayed the Wet Bar “Vesper”, a unique piece very bright with a real silver frame that drew the attention of whole visitors. His particular decorations, as the shell pommels, made of brass handmade chisel, makes this piece a unique furniture for all living room.

At the entrance of the exhibition the armchair “Bourbon” , the Best-seller of the “Ultimate Collection”, had host the visitors with his rétro charm due to a geometric fabric specifically made for SPINI.

In closing, we made expressly for this event the majestic “Flor Mirror”, a gorgeous object with a classy frame in gold burnish leaves and decorating with black mirrors.

At the event we also showed the Molletta Chair, a furniture born by the collaboration between SPINI INTERNI and Hagar Bar-Gil, an Israeli designer graduated at The Florence Institute of Design International.