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Two Meridiani Spaces, Joined by a Common Inspiration


Two refined villas on the French Cote d'Azur are furnished by renowned Italian furnishings brand, Meridiani, in collaboration with Studio Dorga - David Burles in Lyons and the project manager 2DMO in Saint Tropez. Each house features different architectural styles and interior elements, but both are connected by a common inspiration: indoor spaces that flow into the outdoor ones. Meridiani's collections furnish the spaces with elegance, playing with neutral color palettes with touches of blue to reflect the surrounding landscape.



In the Villa Auréa, Meridiani furnishes the reception area with the Quincy console in a bronzed brass and Chalk lacquered finish. The brand's iconic Plinto table is the star of the space with an oak wood top and in the living space, the Timothy sofas are placed around the Belt low table, finished in a precious marble top.




Villa Aura showcases a story in style and a singular identity. The Tai chairs feature a white saddle-leather backrest, while the Norton sofas with their rich and organic shapes and the Blake low table create a corner overlooking the outdoor spaces. Isabelle small armchairs in a light-stained wood define the space together with the Pek low tables.



Image Credits: Studio Erick Saillet

Created by: Studio Dorga David Burles and Laurence Pinson

Architecture and Project Manager: 2DMO Déborah et Luc Deromme

 

To learn more about Meridiani, contact us at info@cantonitrade.com or call 214.742.8111 for our Dallas Design District showroom.


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