Living rooms have always been the central point of residential spaces, where sofas are the essential elements surrounded by armchairs, coffee tables, storage units and accessories – all of them featured by neat shapes and exact proportions, essential volumes and precious details.
Meridiani's collection of living room furniture is a clear definition of this: with pieces of furniture that tell a story of comfort and beauty, blending past, present and future to become part of everyday life. With pieces for every part of the living room, art director and designer of Meridiani, Andrea Parisio, creates transformative settings that inspire the comfort of cohesive living.
Timothy is a free standing sofa and modular elements that are characterized by geometric shapes and elegant proportions, enriched by sophisticated metal details. A flexible and complete collection, Timothy's multiple elements allow for the utmost versatility of configurations.
A generously shaped armchair, Nani is characterized by a comfortable seat and an embracing backrest that is supported by a tubular metal structure. Nani's back frame is constructed with POLIMEX® – a structural patented polymeric materials that is eco-friendly and ultralight.
Adrian is a collection of occasional tables that feature smooth edged tops, almost visually floating on a slim frame. Adrian is available with tops in matte or glossy lacquer or in different kinds of marble.
Gong is a collection of low tables that are defined by their rigorous shapes. The frame is in wood with finishes in glossy or matte lacquer, resin, or saddle leather. The precious resin finish is handmade, which makes every single Gong End Table one-of-a-kind.
A vitrine that is also meant to be a dividing element, Sebastian has a hexagonal metal frame with a bronzed brass, platinum steel or matte black finish. The match of the outer finishes with the matte or glossy lacquer of the shelves convey a superior contemporary feel.
An upholstered bench and daybed, Nina represents a tribute to the classic taste reinterpreted with a modern twist. The varnished metal tubular frame supports the seat with leather or fabric covers.