Luxury Living, the exclusive retailer of FENDI Casa in the U.S., has officially opened its doors to a brand-new showroom in New York City—the third U.S. location for the Milan-based company.
The interiors were developed by the company’s internal architecture team, which chose rich, lacquered wood and bronze accents that nod to the refined urban life of New Yorkers.
Located at 153 Madison Avenue on the corner of 32nd street, the showroom will dedicate 60 percent of its 11,836-square-feet to the FENDI Casa home collection. The rest of the space will be used to showcase the FENDI Casa kitchen collection Ambiente Cucina as well as the Bentley Home and Heritage Collection. The showroom displays will change monthly to accommodate the latest product introductions.
Established in 2010, Luxury Living is parent to a body of brands as well as a manufacturer of its own furniture and home accessories, the Heritage Collection. The company presents three new collections annually: in January for Maison et Objet in Paris, in April for Salone del Mobile in Milan and in September for the fall Maison et Objet.
The FENDI Casa home collection was created in 1989 with an aim of outfitting rooms in a similar fashion to how FENDI furs, clothes and accessories have dressed generations of women.
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