Living room inspired by one of the most fascinating natural phenomenons in the world.
The shapes, materials, and design of these pieces are inspired not only by the Marble Cathedral but by the Patagonia region and its rich history as well. Patagonia marble turns these items into a cohesive and exciting collection of carefully selected items.
Ancud, known for its lush vegetation and vibrant vistas, has one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, which could only serve as the inspiration for this gorgeous armchair, with a capitoné finish that replicates the sensation of the terrain’s various altitudes. The perfect combo for this living room with two Ancud armchair.
Named after Rio de Plata, one of the places visited by the Portuguese adventurers in the early European exploration of the Patagonia region, this sublime console has a mix of metal and Patagonia marble. Also, its exciting two rounded legs converge with the modern straight lines from the top, creating a combination of both natural and contemporary elements. Plata Console is the perfect complement for every living room.
Giving you another possible look, with more pieces inspired by the Patagonia capsule, we have Chiloé Mirror, based upon the Chiloe Archipelago of the Patagonian region, with one small island mostly surrounded by water on the eastern and western sides. This circular piece mirrors exactly this landmass and its morphology. Embodying the island, this mirror has a small Patagonian marble circle, while the two circular mirrors: a clear mirror and an aged mirror, represent the clear and crystal waters of the archipelago.
Giving a small touch of luxury with some gold details to this living room we present Pharo II wall lamp. The Pharo II Wall Lamp was inspired by Pharos. Pharos was an island where the most famous and grand lighthouse stood in ancient Alexandria. Nowadays, lighthouses take on simpler forms, just like this wall lamp. Made of gold-plated brass and crystal glass, Pharo II Wall Lamp is a beacon of light to rupture the darkness.