Calligaris Group’s design-led products are created to suit and adapt to every environment, from residential to hospitality
Hotel Vision, Budapest: Anais chair, Muffin ottoman, Thin coffee table
Calligaris Group products, including the brands Calligaris, Connubia, Ditre Italia and Luceplan, cover all furnishing needs with a wide range of designs for all environments. The Collection offers customers a great customisation of finishes with special sizes and materials upon, and has recently been used in a range of high-profile and exciting projects.
Hotel Vision Budapest is a brand new boutique hotel in the heart of Budapest, at a unique location on the Pest side of the Danube bank. While the riverfront facade of the hotel maintained its original Art Nouveau style, the interior was transformed into an exquisite and modern boutique hotel combining carefully selected minimal and industrial design elements, where Calligaris Group was chosen to furnish most of the common areas.
In the bedrooms, the Anais chair is perfect with a fully upholstered wooden frame, with cone-shaped legs and a slightly curved back giving it a sophisticated and slim look. The seat, supported by elastic belts, ensures high comfort and lightness. Matching with the chair, the Muffin ottoman, a product designed to furnish the living and relaxation areas, is entirely upholstered and covered with fabric and a piping stitch decoration on the seat.
Lorelei Londres Sorrento, Italy: Atollo Stool and coffee table, Coco armchair, Fifties chair
The Thin coffee table – available in several different sizes – is made of tubular metal, with geometric and light shapes and a matching metal sheet top. It can adapt to any environment thanks also to the version with a marble ceramic top.
The mustard-coloured version of the Lazy armchair, ideal for resting and reading, is characterised by a sinuous line and a wide and enveloping seat, made even more comfortable by the mixed feather cushions. It is a timeless armchair that fits perfectly for contract furniture. It also matches the Tweet coffee table, with irregular and rounded shapes, inspired by the ‘modernity’ of 1950s design, with a particular elegance thanks to the white marble ceramic top.
The modern Boutique Hotel in Modica, Sicily, is located in the Sacro Cuore district, the modern and commercial area of the city, and is a captivating synthesis of Italian rationalism, contemporary design and elements of Sicilian tradition. Calligaris Group gave a touch of elegance to the hotel’s hall with the Quadrotta armchair, the extreme comfort of a traditional seat mixed with a contemporary look. It is a design made of contrasts between the smooth and the soft, between the minimal and the mid-century style. Supported by a metal frame, it is characterised by an embracing backrest and a seat with inner elastic belts, which maximise comfort and durability. It can be upholstered both in leather or fabric and with the combination of two colours and different materials.
Modica Boutique Hotel, Italy: Quadrotta armchair, Tweet coffee tables
Located in Sorrento, the Italian seaside town famous all over the world for its gastronomic excellence, lush nature and its vocation to hospitality, the Hotel Lorelei Londres is a dive into history, respecting the original architecture of the building as well as the ancient Roman aqueduct below.
Calligaris Group furnished the hotel’s elegant and luxurious dining room with the iconic Coco armchair, which brings back to the present the allure of mid-century chairs, characterised by the contrast between the sleek metal tube frames and the large upholstered seat shells.
Hotel Vision, Budapest: Lazy armchair, Tweet coffee table
Simple and elegant shapes, perfectly harmonised thanks to the meticulous adjustments of the volumes, are supported by a fine design of intersecting lines that create a metal frame. The comfortable seat and the enveloping backrest, which can be covered in soft leather or fabric, give the armchair the utmost comfort. Coco is a versatile armchair, perfect for the home – from the living room to the bedroom – and ideal for hospitality.
The Atollo coffee tables, characterised by a thin metal rod structure with an elegant white marble ceramic top, adapt well to the line of the Coco armchair and are presented also in the stool version, belonging to the same family, with the upholstered seat covered with a rhomboidal pattern quilting and upper perimeter piping. Thanks to its design and proportions, it adapts to the individual needs and perfectly integrates in any room and style.
The Fifties chair has a clear nod to 1950s design; it is characterised by minimal lines and a retro silhouette, combining metal with a wide range of fabrics. The four rounded metal legs give lightness and elegance to the chair, supporting the graceful seat and the enveloping backrest, both padded, to ensure maximum comfort.
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