15 Luxury Pieces for Your Home

Celebrating the 15th anniversary of Furnitalia, owner Florence Ko shares her 15 favorite designs from its roster of luxury Italian home furnishings.

1. Archibald Chair by Poltrona Frau

Embellished in soft supple leather and detailed with contrast stitching, this meditative chair is available in three sizes: low, high, and king, and has an accompanying foot rest.

2. Chester Sofa by Poltrona Frau

This rendition of a classic Chesterfield sofa is distinguished by decorative pleats that decorate its back and arms. It is framed in a beech wood structure and has a classic quilted design while the seat cushions are soft and comfortable, thanks to the goose down stuffing.

3. Hug Chair by Giorgetti

A perennial favorite designed by Rossella Pugliatti, this armchair is made from solid walnut canaletto wood and the upholstery is available in both fabric and leather.

4. Drive Sofa by Giorgetti

Although minimalist in its aesthetic this sinuous and sexy sofa with goose down filled cushions is a striking piece that extends simple yet refined elegance to any room.

5. Hi-Bridge Sofa by Molteni & C

This versatile seating system designed by Ferruccio Laviani offers comfortable seats through its oversize cushions and linear shape.

6. 505 Shelving System by Molteni & C

An extensive range of modular furnishings that allows for maximum flexibility and functionality, these shelves are available in an array of finishes that can be mixed and matched to answer the needs of a modern home.

7. Alfred Sofa by Mood by Flexform

From Flexform’s most luxurious collection to date, this elegant sofa with a distinctive backrest design sits on a metal base and is available in multiple configurations.

8. Elisabeth Armchair by Mood by Flexform

Updating the classic armchair, this contemporary design boasts clean lines and a simple form with a legless detail.

9. Christine by Fiam

A stand-out wall mirror that carries an infused glass and frame of painted metal, it can be hung in various positions throughout a home or commercial space.


10. Ghost by Fiam

This contemporary glass chair is an example of a playful yet functional design that is made to last.

11. Glo by Penta

An iconic lamp is offered as a table, floor, and pendant lamp, this is a strong statement piece and is available in a wide selection of colors.

12. Poliedri by Venini

Stunning and spectacular, this chandelier is a work of art characterized by modular elements. It is a handmade polyhedral that is crafted by Italian artisans in pieces of solid crystal of different colors on a lacquer metal structure.

13. Dandy by Roda

Rodolfo Dordoni designed this signature sofa that is made from a technologically advanced structure and enhanced fabrics so that it may be used both indoors and out.

14. Luminator by Fontana Arte

Originally designed in 1933, this was the first indirect emission floor lamp on the market. Sculptural in its stance, the upward swoop of its long, narrow stem hides its light source.

15. Orbital Table by Calligaris

Distinguished by an advanced automatic extending system that allows the arms and extension leaves to slide out in a single fluid movement, this glass table has an attractive elliptical shape.

This story was originally published in the December 2017 - January 2018 issue of Town&Country.

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