The Giorgetti Channel has posted its third episode of the series Pinkham Point which featured two new environments: the patio, with the related furnishings designed for outdoors; and the study, which has become the star of the contemporary home in recent months, due to the advent of smart working.
The film starts by exploring the patio area, where we find the outdoor collection Gea by Chi Wing Lo.
At the centre, we see the sofa, with its ultra-light steel frame finished in carob coloured paint and its large soft cushions that invite us into total comfort. Then come the armchairs from the same product family, which pick up on the collection concept and place the accent on minimalism. The tables are a must because they highlight the textures of the natural materials used to make the tops, such as Abonos oak (a fossil wood sourced from rivers), afrormosia or brushed Orient Grey marble.
After the patio, the camera moves to the study, where we see the Tenet desk by Massimo Scolari and the elegant Springer office chair. One of the new pieces in the collection is the innovative bar cabinet, Host, designed by Adam D. Tihany. The bar cabinet column is covered in leather and enhanced by solid wood edging in canaletto walnut and visible stitching. Inside the cabinet, two shelves with metal details hold bottles and glasses.
The Drive sofa and the Domus modular system are also featured, which offer a return to rigorous volumes and the beauty of minimal shapes. Then we see the armchairs Hug and Move and the small monolithic Scaleno table designed by Giancarlo Bosio.
In addition to all these furnishings, the exclusive Giorgetti Atmosphere collection is featured in the background, including pieces such as the Sliver suspension lamp by Carlo Colombo, the Amorfo glass table centrepiece and the Hineri marble vases by Setsu & Shinobu Ito.
Lastly, the study opens onto the terrace where the Apsara table, the Loop armchairs by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba and the Gea outdoor lamp are presented.