The two heritage brands that share the same italian craftsmanship excellence, meet in the Poltrona Frau flagship store in Via Manzoni in Milan, in a space that emphasises the complementarity of the two brands.
The dedicated area, with two shopwindows looking out onto Via Borgospesso, stages the ideal apartment of a modern gentleman, designed to offer a truly unique experience and exclusive feel in two different areas: living and sleeping.
Furniture by Ceccotti Collezioni interact with products and accessories by Poltrona Frau, unveiling the deep synergism between the two brands, now increasingly involved in a stylistic, design and commercial interaction.
The living area showcases for the first time Full Sliding, a multimedia wall unit designed by Roberto Lazzeroni, tailor made produced for this space. In the center of the space the Icosofà by Roberto Lazzeroni, the T-Bone armchair with the Árbol side table designed by Jaime Hayon and the Letizia armchairs by Poltrona Frau, a reedition of a 1954 icon designed by Gastone Rinaldi. On the background, the Flying Circles bookcase by Massimo Castagna, made to measure for this space.
The sleeping area is enriched with other important pieces from Ceccotti Collezioni: the Gentleman wardrobe, a piece of art designed by Guglielmo Ulrich, the Dorotea toilette and the Chambre Close designed by Roberto Lazzeroni, the Oblique chest of drawers designed by Draw Studio, and the Buonanotte Valentina bed designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance. All the pieces of Ceccotti Collezioni harmoniously interact with Poltrona Frau furniture and accessories, such as the Leplì ottoman by Kensaku Oshiro or the Xi lamps by Neri & Hu.
Poltrona Frau and Ceccotti Collezioni pursue uncompromising quality through the masterly touch of their craftsmen. Both companies, each one through its own expertise, are the embodiment of the exellence with their unique furnishings that go beyond all fashions and mannerisms.