Pinnacle is therefore a collection full of symbols and meanings, masterfully expressed in every detail. The image of the mountains and nature inspires the shapes, with evident references in the sculptural base of the table or in the slender lines of the vitrine’s legs. Bold, steep, vigorous strokes, soothed by others that are softer and more circular such as in the enveloping back of the chairs or in the curved sides of the sideboard. Even the choice of materials is not accidental: the marble top is a clear reference to the colours of the rocks, while on the one hand the almost austere gray walnut wood and on the other the gentler and softer leather express the balance between grandeur and grace.
The round table of the Milano collection has a circular top available in marble or in glossy lacquered wood, supported by a base with a geometric shape. Starting from a metal base, a series of glossy lacquered wooden blades rise up to the table top, creating a fascinating game of diagonal cuts. Leather applications and metal details make this table original and modern.
The TV unit of the Zenit collection enriches and completes the dining line with a strong identity character. The continuity of the three doors in glossy lacquered wood is interrupted by the more sinuous side of the cabinet: here a curved drawer, covered inleather, creates a spacious open shelf under the wooden or marble top. All supported by thin and light metal feet.
Soft and sinuous lines design the new Blossom sofa and armchair. Their structure is defined by parabolic arches which touch each other and create “refined” corners embellished and highlighted by metal details. The technical accuracy of Andrea Bonini’s project does not distract from the sweetness of his inspiration. Instead, it matches perfectly with the harmony and softness of the shapes from which the name Blossom originates. The original design of the armchair and the sofa – available in two or three seater version – evokes natural silhouettes, profiles that gently fit together. The completely padded structure is firm and strong like the chalice of a flower that surrounds its petals.
The Vision coffee tables well express that sense of lightness and suspension that has defined the style of the most recent Turri collections. Here the thin wooden feet, with applications in marble and metal terminals, ‘prop up’ the structure that supports and frames the glass top. This structure, played on a skilful interweaving of solids and voids created by lines that wind and intersect with each other, can be admired through the transparency of the top, thus becoming the protagonist element of the design.
Just like in blues music, in which different notes create balance and harmony, the materials, finishes, shapes and colors are capable of giving life to a coherent furnishing proposal, ready to meet the taste of the new generations, confirming the stylistic turn. undertaken by the company. The main novelty introduced in to enrich the Blues collection is the line dedicated to the sleeping area. In addition to the bed, it includes bedside tables, dresser and dressing table, on which the linear structure in walnut wood returns with metal details carefully designed by Giuseppe Viganò.