SENZA FINE is a new capsule collection in refined colours, with a subtle but penetrating modernity. The reference is to an historic period that marked the birth of the Italian design culture, a tribute to the perception and imagination of an era when design, fashion and architecture interpreted the power of freedom and nonconformity. Design is clothed in strong colour, influences blend and the arts sing the same tune, that of an aesthetic sense as precise, refined and unconventional as GIOPAGANI’s creative universe. Maison GIOPAGANI reveals its appetite for playing with colour. Clean and simple line become complex when clothed .
In the 1960s, society experienced a cultural youth revolt that rejected conservative conventions and models. Not approval according to rigid schemes, but freedom of aesthetic expression. Helter Skelter is a tribute to the age of contamination between the arts, of spasmodic research into the new, of experimentation and complete liberation from schemes. It is a still image that wants to re-read that moment of the Beat Generation. A Capsule featuring casual shapes, a fusion of formal and informal, disrespectful of contemporary trends but with a memory of lines, materials and colors that interpret and re-elaborate that aesthetic.
Inspired by the movement of Concrete Art, the shapes of Esprit Noir are unveiled by decoration and symbolism, exasperating the contrast between pure material and abstract graphics in an expressive balance that enhances the functionality of the object.
“One morning we set sail, with brains on fire, and hearts swelled up with rancorous emotion, balancing, to the rhythm of its lyre, our infinite upon the finite ocean. [. . . ] But the true voyagers are only those who leave, just to be leaving [. . . ] And without knowing why they always say: “Let’s go!” C. B. Like Flowers of Evil, this collection suggests an aesthetic reinterpretation of beauty encompassed in metal frames marked by time in search of eternity. Strong matters like a symbol of the stylistic avant-gardism enlisted in the creative process.
UNKNOWN PLEASURES is the desire to restore order in a world of chaos, recalling the dichotomy of the 80’s between the frantic artistic research, with the arising New Wave movement, and the rigorous aesthetic which was defining the iconic status of the Italian Haute-couture in the world. UNKNOWN PLEASURES is a capsule collection characterized by a rhythmic aesthetic, made of pure and simple geometries.
SARTORIA highlights “Haute Couture” garments where both the attention to the material and the details are the main elements of this collection. Starting point of a philosophy that draws its inspiration from the Fashion world to be reinterpreted into Design, Sartoria dresses its products exalting a pure soul.
Meeting point of Paris during the Belle Epoque, CHAT NOIR reflects the artistic spirit of the blooming period of Art Nouveau. A definition of perfect harmony between strength and delicacy of the material shapes this collection.
Like Proust’s Madeleine, SAINT OUEN evokes a journey through the heart of memory. Sunday morning, fresh dawn on Parisian rooftops. Streets unfold treasures like in Search of Lost Time. Blooming souvenirs to create emotions, symbol of our own story. A moment of life that inspired Saint Ouen.
The brand GIOPAGANI makes its first foray into interior lighting and presents its capsule collection ILLOGICA ALLEGRIA, with a more contemporary inspiration that confirms the eclectic style and transversal approach, between shapes and function, of the brand. For Maison GIOPAGANI, its debut in lighting means clothing a room’s mood and temperature with light. It is a presence that adds an accent and contributes to the look as a whole. GIOPAGANI lights are always in tune with the brand’s philosophy, which is to interpret shapes by clothing them in material and color. ILLOGICA ALLEGRIA lights are both in Murano glass and metal. The hand- blown glass diffusers, ranging from deep amber to aquamarine and a nuanced white that shades to transparent, are paired with metals that reprise three of the colors collection: brass, copper and black pigment. The colors of the diffusers and metals can be combined and contrasted in a harmonious balance depending on the atmosphere one wishes to create.
GIOPAGANI makes its first foray into interior lighting and presents its capsule collection ÉCLAT D’EAU, with a late Art Deco inspiration. For the brand, its debut in lighting means clothing a room’s mood and temperature with light. It is a presence that adds an accent and contributes to the look as a whole. GIOPAGANI lights are always in tune with the Maison’s philosophy, which is to interpret shapes by clothing them in material and color. ÉCLAT D'EAU lights are both in Murano glass and metal. The hand- blown glass diffusers, ranging from deep amber to aquamarine and a nuanced white that shades to transparent, are paired with metals that reprise three of the colors collection: brass, copper and black pigment. The colors of the diffusers and metals can be combined and contrasted in a harmonious balance depending on the atmosphere one wishes to create. Please check the materials finishes on our lighting catalogue
GIOPAGANI presents its first collection of carpets: new particles to enrich the atmosphere of the Maison’s microcosms. The 14 MONO designs are confirmation of how it aspires to enliven rooms with color, rewriting the space and creating a trait d’union that excite emotions. Patterned models reinterpret Optical Art in a modern vein, with carpets featuring plays on perspective in black and white that are a harmonious blend of dynamism and precise lines and shapes. The line of two-tone shaded-effect models, with its strong decorative and chromatic impact that runs from one pole to the other of the color horizon, breaks all the traditional moulds. The result of a search for still-precious craftsmanship, Maison GIOPAGANI carpets are made of natural silk and hand-knotted in Nepal. They reflect the brand’s connection with the concept of travel as an unchanging source of new inspiration, and the discovery of unexplored frontiers and new material horizons.