Anna Lenti @ dedece Sydney

Anna Lenti @ dedece Sydney

Paola Lenti products are truly unique in appearance and functionalities

With every collection, Paola Lenti suggests a style, a way of being and interpreting the relationship between people’s everyday lives and their surroundings.

Paola Lenti offers spaces defined by elegant simplicity and balance, where each object is the result of careful research into materials, forms and colours. From natural tones to turquoise mélanges, colours are added to create the relaxed and refined atmosphere ideal for thinking, entertaining and talking.

tim with anna and louisa

This week, we were privileged to welcome Anna Lenti and Louisa Salvioni from Paola Lenti, Italy to dedece Sydney.

To coincide with their visit, we arranged a number of small, intimate gatherings of leading architects, designers and media together with a smattering of discerning Paola Lenti clients, to meet Anna and Louisa. They were intrigued to learn more about Paola Lenti’s philosphies re ancient handcrafting skills combined with modern materials technology,  as well as testing out some truly exquisite pieces from the latest Paola Lenti indoor/outdoor collections.






These Paola Lenti presentation events were made more enjoyable through the generous co-operative support of the following event partners  —–  Belle Magazine / plants by Garden Life / re-chargable candle lighting by Neoz / cocktail drinks and wines by Barcadi Lion / travertine pavers by Sareenstone / raised flooring by Elmich /  Catering by PicaPica 





NOTE >>Belle Magazine next issue ( end of August 2010) will feature the beautiful lunch held at dedece’s sydney showroom, where our guests were flown from melbourne to sydney for the day, to enjoy a very interesting multi media presentation by Anna Lenti – before enjoying a superb lunch from Marta Sanroma of Pica Pica .

We look forward to presenting the lunch to you – when the august 2010 Belle Magazine hits the stands – stay tuned

Below is an interesting slideshow covering Paola Lenti’s presentation at the 2009 Milan Fair –  courtesy of NV4Living

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