De Medici by Ihor Havrylenko
In the Italian courtyard, you can hear a gramophone playing. Tired Caravaggio’s canvases gaze out the high-browed apartments, while the ivory ribbons of curtains stretch from the balconies. De Medici live here — furniture of the outstanding Italian origin, created for the noisy secular parties and dreamy lounge spaces.
One furnished line consists of a collaboration of sofa and armchair in 3 different variations: a grey armrest and a striped pillow, a black armrest and a black pillow, a white armrest and a grey pillow.
A moon of the massive armrest is lying on the sitting pillow. Tactile English fabrics show their character thanks to the game of the textures — the seat and the back are wrapped in touch-diverse materials. The legs are made of copper to emphasize the elegance of Italian posture.