Manerba has inaugurated its new Milanese showroom in the heart of Brera, overlooking the Romanesque basilica that gives its name to Piazza San Simpliciano.
Three large windows illuminate the space set up with elegance and simplicity by Federica Biasi, the company’s art director.
On the ground floor, in a large open plan setting, multifunctional furnishings are exhibited both perfect for home and home office, too.
An ethereal curtain (with sound-absorbing function) defines a meeting area with the table from the Revo collection by Progetto CMR, updated with the copper-colored finish of the structure and wall display for materials and colors.
A staircase leads to the basement where more distinctly office collections are exhibited.
The feminine touch of Manerba is expressed once again in refined combinations of woods and metals and unusual color palettes especially in the fabrics and metal parts ennobled by Akzo Nobel powder coatings.
The strong prevalence of trendy “earthy colors” – such as forest green or sienna – stands out in the accessories and upholstery fabrics.
New collections designed by Biasi join the evergreen pieces. Common features of the new products as well as the historical ones are the formal cleanliness and the extreme technical attention to every detail.