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V Trends: A Look At Stainless Steel With Home Furnishings Giant Nella Vetrina

“Stainless Steel is a timeless and versatile material offering endless design possibilities,” says vendor on Vedere, Nella Vetrina’s Steve Brister in an interview with us.

Known for only presenting the finest in luxury Italian design, the brand recently introduced the Lamberti Décor stainless steel furniture collection as the newest addition to its New York City showroom.

(Photography Credit: Nella Vetrina)

“Our latest collection is a true reflection of stainless steel’s potential [to] serve as functional art and [as] a conversation piece,” offers Steve Brister.

(Photography Credit: Nella Vetrina)

The bespoke collection of handcrafted sculptures, designed by Giancarlo Pretazzoli and constructed on the Amalfi Coast in Italy, reflects the brand’s commitment to precision, craftsmanship and superior attention to detail.

(Photography Credit: Nella Vetrina)

Each item within the collection is made to order by the steel masters and then stamped with an individual production number for added authenticity.

(Photography Credit: Nella Vetrina)

Available in polished and satin finishes, the tables, seating, bookcases and room dividers are engineered to appear agile and functional, while it pays tribute to vintage design with a modern twist. “The design philosophy of the collection is about integrating inspirations from the past with the present which is a common trend we see in both the fashion and future industries.”

(Photography Credit: Nella Vetrina)

To Brister, although stainless steel is a timeless and widely-used feature, the Lamberti Décor collection showcases “new design possibilities using a material we all know and love.”

(Photography Credit: Nella Vetrina)

“The showtopper of the collection would have to the Onda C,” offers Brister. “It’s the dream desk!”

(Photography Credit: Nella Vetrina)

Within the Lamberti Décor collection, the Onda” pieces evoke the graphic typeface lettering designed in the early 1970’ while the “Rigo” collection brings to mind the simplicity of the furniture designs of the 1940’s but with a very modern approach. “The steel masters use very intricate welding techniques to achieve the striking lines, followed by a lengthy finishing process to achieve the mirrored, satin and corten finishes,” adds Brister.

What’s your favorite piece within this new collection? Tweet us at @VedereOnline!

    

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