The Giorgetti lifestyle was on show at Biennale Interieur, one of the most important interior design fairs in Europe, which took place in Kortrijk, Belgium, from 14 to 23 October. There were sofas, armchairs, tables and beds, new products and iconic pieces, which came together to create an enticing display, further enhanced by the company's collection of accessories, Giorgetti Atmosphere.
The warm rooms, refined in every detail, displayed the designs, separated, in a rhythmic sequence, by a system of architectural screens in cement, fabric and wood panelling. The Drive sofa and the Blend tables by Carlo Colombo were presented alongside another design by the same architect: the Swing armchair. Meanwhile, in the dining room, a new version of the Memos table surrounded by Ibla chairs represented the design vision of Roberto Lazzeroni, with the ambience being completed by soft lighting from the Kendama lamps. In a play on contrasts, the minimalist, rigorous lines of the Aton sofa enhanced the decorative shape of the Hug armchair and the Dia cabinet. Welcoming and spacious, the bedroom featured the Altea bed and the Oli storage system, which, thanks to its modular design, can be customised to suit an infinite range of requirements.