Elegance, exclusivity and unusual volumes coexist in the new Home Collection of Rossato.
Victoria, like all pieces of Rossato’s Home Collection, meets the aspiration of new consumers: cultured travellers seeking for a sense of luxury, well blended to contemporary yet treasuring exclusivity.
The proportions of Victoria are very important and they emphasize its “stage presence” in any kind of location. It may be covered both with selected leather and refined fabric. The legs, the wooden seat, the characteristic quilting and the small satin-finished metal feet are all elements of great impact. It can stand alone or with the matching Victoria pouf, recalling both its design and proportions.
Common thread in Rossato’s Home Collection, signed by Hangar Design Group, is the unusual combination of different materials, together with the use of balanced proportions and volumes that gives personality and formal rigor to a timeless piece of furniture.
Clean shapes and exact geometries give order to the containers and drawers that alternate with open spaces, thus adding extreme lightness to the volumes, in a perfect fusion of tradition and modernism.
The work cycle of Rossato is based on the union of two fundamental principles: craftsmanship and automation: from inlaying to crown moulding, from shaping to thermoforming, from painting and application of resins on any surface to the plating and welding of metals, every single element may require detailed machining or manual operations.
Rossato’s work moves between technique and art, between professionalism and craftsmanship. They are always searching for new solutions, and, in this case, they pay attention to solid materials, volumes, textures, lines, corners, full and empty spaces.