Without breaking with its great and classics damasks, velvets and lampas, the lastest Fadini collection is resolutely more contemporary.
Precious, geometrical, the GIO collection revisits the golden era of European architecture and design from 1928 to 1950: the Bahaus movement founded by Wlater Gropius and the modernist movement launched by Robert Mallet-Stevens, Le Corbusier and, in Italy, Gio Ponti.
This style plays with simple geometric shapes and combines convenience and aesthetics. It represents an innovative approach in line with the technological advances of the time which were based on functionalism – the use of industrial materials and the elimination of ornaments.
With this moderne and sophisticated collection, Design and Art unite in a spirit of modernism, in the simplification of forms, in the variation of materials and a saturated colour palette.
Fadini Borghi’s Amadeus collection is dream-like and eclectic in its style, its motifs and the periods it evokes. The Baroque style, modernised by the presence of contemporary plains, dialogues with the magnificence of Renaissance and Napoleon III styles.
Natural shades are found alongside sophisticated tones. Luxuriously embroidered gold and silver inspired by Venetian Palace decors blend with the heavy antiqued velvets of Haussmannian interiors.View the range on the fadini website.