Italian design has a new address in Singapore with indoor and outdoor furnishings brand Potocco unveiling its new collections at The Beuro.
7 March, 2017
Available in several parts of the world through a global distribution network, ‘made in Italy’ furnishings brand Potocco follows up the recent opening of their USA division with their first foray into Asia.
Showcasing their impeccable and refined style at The Beuro showroom in Singapore, Potocco unveils an enviable portfolio of indoor and outdoor furniture collections, conceptualised and created by some of the most talented European designers in wood, marble, rope and ribbon finishes.
Potocco has put on display, a series of iconic products including the Bon Bon table designed by Alexander Lorenz featuring a sculpted presence and intertwined banded legs, as well as the handwoven collections, Vela by Mauro Lipparini and Agra by Enrico Franzolini.
The Potocco showcase at The Beuro also includes the elegant Blossom collections by Bernhardt & Vella, the regal looking Grace by Mauro Lipparini, the retro Otta collection by Chiaramonte Marin, and the new version Katana table, also by Mauro Lipparini featuring a circular marble top with a rotating tray.
With over a hundred years of design expertise, Potocco’s furniture collections have evolved to address a broad range of requirements in the corporate, hospitality, marine, restaurant and home segments. The Italian furnishings brand’s comprehensive product offering includes chairs and armchairs, sofas and lounges, barstools, tables and coffee tables, and sideboards and cabinets.
As an ideal partner for customised residential and contract projects, Potocco combines detailed product engineering, traditional Italian craftsmanship, meticulous material selection, and an internally managed, quality-controlled production process to deliver the best design outcomes.
Potocco will reveal their new collections at the 56th edition of the Salone Internationale del Mobile in Milan next month. Designed by Martino Berghinz, Stand L19-M20 in Pavilion 7 will showcase woods, metals, precious marbles and handwoven products, bringing together creativity, artisanal skills and Made in Italy craftsmanship to reinforce a century-old manufacturing reputation.
The Potocco stand will additionally host Spanish designer David Lopez Quincoces, who has designed a family of furniture comprising a sofa, armchair, lounge chair and daybed. Designers Mario Ferrarini, Gianluigi Landoni, Bernhardt & Vella and Alexander Lorenz will also be presenting original pieces at the 2017 Salone Internationale del Mobile.
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