Feeling the Baroque allure
Florea family line
Sinuous and rich as the variety of flowers
Florea family line takes its name and inspiration by nature itself. The volutes and curvy lines of every item of this family reminds the observer the magnificence of the Baroque age. Shapes and finishings are more than decorated like the beautiful flowers ones can find during a relaxing walking along the mountains or through the huge gardens of the most famous cities. This line is marked of a typical sphered etching enriched with lots of curly mirrored tiles.
Handmade luxury fretwork buffet
Lily Contemporary style buffet
Three doors with artistic engravings
Fretwork structure made of wood with grey-smoke coloured finish.
Four legs structure made of stainless steel with shiny finish and adjustable feet.
Three doors made of glass with wooden pull handle opening and soft-close system.
Inside made of wood with grey-smoke coloured finish. One adjustable glass shelf on each compartment.
Bevelled top in Calacatta marble.
Doors, sides and back-side made of bevelled and engraved glass with medium antique mirrored finish.
Engravings of geometric motifs and shiny spheres.
Size: W. 171 cm, D. 57 cm, H. 92 cm
Size: W. 67" 3/8, D. 22" 1/2, H. 36" 1/4
Custom to specification
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Architect and Designer
Giovanni Luca Ferreri
Giovanni Luca Ferreri was born in Monza in 1970. In 1998 he graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan and in 2003 earned the title of PhD in Architectural Composition at the University of Architecture of Venice. Since the first training and professional experience he dealt with art, applied art and decoration. Since 2004 he has been teaching Composition and Urban Design at the Faculty of Architecture - Bovisa of the Politecnico di Milano. He has an office in Milan and an important part of his work involves the design and fitting of private houses.