The only two colours that are not considered as colours, white and black, have prevailed as a high standard of elegance in this collection.
Located at the ends of the chromatic scale, both black and white remain as aesthetic pattern references, as resource, as inspiration, as links of style with the rest of colours, and as unchangeable chromatic icons that will never disappoint. Moreover, they are static trends that have survived designers and avant-garde movements as they have always been present.
The chromatic duality is altered, modernized and sophisticated by the introduction of the aged wood finish and the transgressive shape forming together the connecting link between the pieces.
The placement of this dynamic pieces allow to create geometric forms and multiple ways of decoration.
The PALERMO collection is an outpouring of sensiorality that combines the classicism in style with the avant-garde in form. Presumption or knowledge? Both, for sure.
White or black? Both, please.