JUMBO GROUP HAS TRANSFORMED THE CAFFÈ BAGLIONI AND THE TOP MONTENAPOLEONE SUITE
Baglioni Hotel Carlton and Jumbo Group, two examples of all-Italian excellence in the luxury hotel and furnishing sector, come together in a project that unites design and hospitality. An expression of true Italian lifestyle, the two realities meet in an exclusive setting offering visitors a complete, immersive experience.
The project, designed by Architect Livio Ballabio, Creative Director of Jumbo Group, reinterprets the spaces of the “Montenapoleone Terrace Suite” and the Caffè Baglioni thanks to the refined charm of two of the Group’s furnishing collections.
In the main apartment of Via Montenapoleone, the hotel’s top suite, the main player is the classic Jumbo Collection, which expresses the concept of luxury at the highest levels in line with a new, more contemporary approach, which is fresh and bright. The delicate chromatic palette in shades of green and beige, embellished with golden touches, gives a refined setting, with pieces characterised by precious marbles such as onyx cloudly and crystal. The craftsmanship is noticable. An interior design project in which oriental and French inspirations come together in an eclectic mix that recounts a new dimension of classic style.
Connected to the main apartment, the junior suite is decorated with Gianfranco Ferré Home: here the interior design combines a palette of beige, brown and bronze with the warm sensation of leather and velvet, creating delicate and comfortable space.
In the Caffè Baglioni, the Milanese and elegance are represented at its with the Gianfranco Ferré Home collection. The lighting echoes the style of the 1950s and along with the accessories and furniture that have been selected, enhances the refined space. The “Baglioni special edition” armchairs, characterised by an enveloping design and essential lines, alternate floral velvet upholstery with leather. The bespoke tables, are made of chords that create a refined grosgrain effect, also used on the walls. The chords are grey with shades of light blue, a strong and distinctive hue, allowing for a palette of greys and black. These colours give Caffè Baglioni a masculine character and update the classic vibe of a 50s cigar room. An exclusive interior design proposal, reflecting the true essence of the Milanese lifestyle and intended as a manifestation of a cultured and refined taste and a new vision of intellectual elegance.
The new installation has been launched at an exclusive event as part of Fall Design Week 2018, and will be active until the Salone del Mobile 2019.
To seal this new partnership, we are offering a cocktail, inspired by the designer, is called the Ferrè Martini, a mix of St-Germain, Marconi Gin, Cointreau and Lime, as a welcome to guests in the new Montenapoleone Terrace Suite.
Baglioni Hotel Carlton Terrace Suite master bedroom.
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