Two short films tell Paola Lenti’s new collections of furniture, but also a whole world, which contains ancient ability and innovation, love for traditions, attention to details and research of cutting-edge materials.
On the occasion of the past edition of the Salone del Mobile, Paola Lenti decided to introduce her new collections through the universal language of cinema.
The two films, made inside the showroom and in the garden of the historic headquarters of the company, show the two souls of Paola Lenti furniture: the outdoor, with embracing and comfortable elements, and the indoor, with the essential design of maxi sofas, seatings, tables, bookcases, carpets and mosaic walls.
Fil rouge is the colour, unmistakable hallmark of Paola Lenti since its inception in 1994, in their endless variations and palettes.
In the short films Clues in the Garden and Friday to Saturday, directed and filmed by Maurizio Natta and Fabrizio Polla Mattiot, indoor and outdoor dialogue and merge together.
Even the new Meda showroom, with large windows overlooking the lush green, has been re-designed to encourage dialogue between inside and outside, to ensure that Paola Lenti’s home expresses an entire domestic universe: it is the storytelling of a continuum, that conveys harmony, durability, respect for the environment. In the end, ethics.
Alison Ishtar, the young protagonist of the two short movies, moves gracefully in an environment designed to welcome.
Messaggi in giardino and Tra venerdì e sabato
Directed by Maurizio Natta, filmed and edited by Fabrizio Polla Mattiot