Doris, sculptural asymmetries for Opera Contemporary Doris, sculptural asymmetries for Opera Contemporary
Design

Doris, sculptural asymmetries for Opera Contemporary

Written by Redazione |

04 September 2019

Doris is the name of the collection designed by Castello Lagravinese Studio for Opera Contemporary and characterised by sculptural asymmetries that lend to the living spaces a rational and sophisticated appeal.

The collection includes sideboard, bar cabinet, TV stand, vanity desk and bedside table: the rounded profiles interact with the linear and slim metallic structure of the legs, while metal, wood, fabric, and marble create sophisticated material contrasts that envelop every piece.

The result is an alluring system of furnishings and decorative objects that articulate the spaces with a rigorous and sophisticated stylistic language in which curves and artfully orchestrated shapes converge: a celebration of Opera Contemporary’s bespoke and contemporary savoir-faire and its attention towards highest-level craftsmanship.

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