With its new collection Trussardi Casa proposes a style that emphasises its characterising values.
A project that sees the extension of the range of furniture and accessories conceived for cosy environments rich in style, inspired by the elegant Milanese abodes. A dynamic and cultured house, capable of transmitting that sense of family dear to the Trussardi tradition, faithful to the effortless elegance and innate class that for over one hundred years contradistinguish the brand of the Greyhound.
Like in fashion, the collection is synonymous with excellence, experimentation and innovation. A sensory universe in which Trussardi’s style codes are paired with emotion, irony and modernity. Solutions that are the expression of an art de vivre that embraces every aspect of daily life with nonchalance, in a continuum of forms and volumes.
Day and night furniture pieces, sofas and armchairs, but also accessories, lamps and carpets, designed in collaboration with architect Carlo Colombo, made unique by the details and the quality of products made in Italy. The design is defined by essential, rigorous geometric lines: the understated motifs and the clean lines with a retro flavour used in enticing and informal solutions that are highly contemporary.
Harmonious pairings in a play of combinations between different materials, the perspective of a new modern classicism. Soft leather – which has always been a hallmark for Trussardi – comes in different thicknesses, with peculiar and customised characteristics, and is mixed with plain or textured cotton and linen fabrics. Precious essences in wenge-dyed oak or eucalyptus, and in Canaletto walnut with solid oak details, are combined with elegant Emperador Dark and Carrara marbles. Metals forged in fluid architectures, with playful lines, in gunmetal finishes and brushed bronze. Materials whose common denominator is the preciousness of extraordinary handicraft works that bring back the manual methods that belong to a centennial heritage and that make unique, authentic and high level objects.
The colours are natural and warm, going from cognac to sand with the addition of cocoa shades. Decorative themes in which even soft and powdery-effect shades of blue are thrown in, mixed with scales of light greys. Matt sage, mustard and glacé in pastel variants enrich the palette.