Vondom launches two new collections – Stone and Pillow

With the summer season round the corner, Vondom launches two new collections, namely, Stone and Pillow collection in association with P3 Architectural Solutions in India (Exclusive Distributor of Vondom in India).

Pillow and Stone collections are designed by Stefano Giovannoni and Elisa Gargan. Both these collections form a chillout space created by means of cushions with a warm, Mediterranean design that holds that universal appeal common to all of master Giovannoni’s creations. It calls us to come relax and enjoy life. As every VONDOM product, it is suitable for outside use, even in the most extreme weather conditions since it is made of Polyethylene using the rotational molding technique. These are exclusive items of furniture that make people live and feel, that encourage human contact and peaceful conversation. Stefano has the perfect knowledge to mix designs in to a great furniture collection and as its name suggests it appears to be found in nature itself, creating synergism between the natural and the artificial landscape. Stone can fit perfectly into any environment, transmitting its own particular elegance, thanks to its material, as well as its original shape.    

Commenting on the new collection, Mr. Roopesh Gupta, Managing Director, P3 Architectural Solutions stated, “Design culture is the key to success for Vondom. This brand has the ability to create dialogue between nature and form. Vondom pieces transform the simplest space into an ambiance filled with glamour, both unique and extraordinary. The new collection Stone and Pillow is a perfect fit for Summers for all Outdoor spaces.”

Dormat Nally, the Sales Manager of Vondom emphasizes that they travel the world until they find the best ambassadors of the Vondom spirit which includes Renowned designers and architects from all over the world to acquire the shapes, culture and the vanguard. Their collections are made by different designers are Fabio Novembre, Teresa Sapey, Agatha Ruiz De La Prada, Ross Lovegrove, Stefano Giovannoni, Ludovica + Roberto Palomba, Harry & Camila, Jorge Pensi and many others. They transform each piece of furniture into an exclusively “Vondom” mode of expression. These collections are exclusive and made especially for the brand.

Vondom produces sophisticated indoor and outdoor furniture made of polyethylene and polypropylene which includes chairs with or without illumination, tables, sofas, sun lounges and daybeds with simple – elegant trend and particular flair of modern design. The brand is known for collections in different categories of indoor and outdoor furniture like tables, chairs, lounge chairs, sofas, planters, sunchairs, day beds, canopies, stools & ottomans, counters, lamps, benches, rugs and other objects.

Valencia-based manufacturer Vondom aslo offers a range of planters and planting accessories that slot easily into any space, combining design aesthetic and function. The planters are available in a wide selection of colours, textures and styles. Vondom’s catalogue ranges from the classic to the modern with pieces like Teresa Sapey’s faceted, diamond-cut Adan planters and the light and playful Spaghetti planters by Karim Rashid.

  • Collections from high-profile designers
  • Classic to contemporary aesthetics
  • Range of colours, textures and styles

Backlit furniture trend has sprung up a few years ago, and managed to find its audience within the mainstream. A popular style for the outdoors, lighted furnishings gradually entered the interior design radiating every corner of the house with their gentle glow. Today illuminated furniture pieces come in very different forms and colors. And they can be quite tasteful, too. For further information: Vidhi Shah | M: 9930840442

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