Opera Contemporary has chosen the ICFF (International Furniture Fair) as its reference event for NYCxDesign (New York Design week), which brings 350,000 design enthusiasts to the Big Apple to have direct contact with the North American public.
For the occasion, Opera Contemporary created a refined contemporary interior design project, developed mainly through an elegant living room area inside the layout of the ICE collective stand. ICE is a body that promotes the internationalisation of Italian companies all over the world.
The living room project included some of the brand’s best selling products, those that best represent its versatile contemporary personality.
Some of the pieces used for the project were the Ferdinand sofa that, matched with the minimal shape of the Callas armchair, conveyed an elegant but sober living room concept highlighting the room’s potential.
The coffee tables Ludmilla and Raoul were also present, in a variant that complemented the sofa to create a pleasant ensemble.
The last element that we’d like to look at is the Dimitri bookcase, with its clean defined lines enhancing the fine oak wood that it is made of.
In conclusion, the exhibition was very successful, marked by stylistic hints that enhanced the brand’s multifaceted design identity. Opera Contemporary is always a perfectly balanced combination of innovation and artisanship.