Colour as an aesthetic value and emotional dimension in Roberto Giovannini’s collections

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In contemporary interior design not only is there, more and more, the tendency to merge different styles within the same living space, meaning that classic style furniture coexists with modern design furnishings, but there is also the “mixing” of furniture, furnishings and accessories in the most diverse colours, moving from sharp, bright tones to more delicate, opaque, pastel hues, thus creating delightful and surprising contrasts.

 Roberto Giovannini

Roberto Giovannini is reinterpreting today’s living spaces thanks also to colour, an element capable  of rendering an environment all the more unique and personal, continuing to ‘tell’ of that unmistakable classic elegance which has always been the distinguishing factor  of his furnishings.

Roberto Giovannini

The solid wood, a predominant element in RobertoGiovannini’s collections, combines its natural characteristics  and the refined Argento, Oroand Noirfinishings which ‘attire’ it with the finest fabrics and upholstery: the intense and embracing colours lend further embellishment, charm and personality to the furnishings.

Roberto Giovannini

The choice of the colours of the leathers, velvets and silks of the upholstery thus highlight the decorative value of Roberto Giovannini’s proposals. His  enticing creations are always refined and sublime, a décor capable of transforming living spaces into specialplaces, perfect for passing pleasant moments in good company and in relaxation, evoking sensations of sophisticated wellbeing.

Roberto Giovannini

Colour, in Roberto Giovannini’s collections, emphasises the ability of classic and timeless furnishings to find  evocative ways of expressing themselves in the most modern-day contexts.

 

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