Brand new to the Donghia collection is the Origami Table. Developed by folding paper, this brass table’s folded shape has a bold geometric design that is distinct in any application. Translated to sheet metal, the Origami table has an exterior antiqued finish and mirrored interior finish, adding more drama and dimension to the piece.
The Origami table works well on its own or grouped together, for even more versatility.
While renovating a model apartment in Manhattan’s Bristol Building, Angelo Donghia created the Bristol collection. Characterized by a fat, over-scaled silhouette, the shape is exaggerated by round elements and low height.
Coinciding with the launch of the Donghia Furniture Company, the Divan collection was originally introduced in 1984 and now in 2011, pulled from the archives, the Divan sofa has been reintroduced. With its soft lines and over scaled appearance the Divan sofa is characteristic of Angelo Donghia’s furniture designs. The sofas simple shape, defined by welt and upholstery details, allows for greater versatility within various design spectrums.
An archival piece, the Hassock ottoman has been reintroduced and is now available in three geometric shapes. Upholstered in soft leather with saddle stitch details, the Hassock is comfortable and flexible; it may be arranged in multiples, combinations of geometry or alone and still add style to any installation.
French for Oliver, the Olivier chair is designed as a counterpart to Donghia’s Dominique Dining Chair which was named after a renowned 1920’s French design firm. An era of great influence to the designs of Angelo Donghia, the Olivier Chair exudes a timeless elegance, augmented by its uninterrupted frame, wood trim detail and classic oval back.
Another archival piece originally created by Angelo Donghia, the Sutton Chair and Sutton Ottoman have been reintroduced to the Donghia collection. A small scale lounge chair emphasized by its ergonomic qualities, maintains classic Angelo Donghia furniture design qualities with architectural and clean lines, making it the perfect choice for any interior application.
Sometimes called “lemniscates” meaning “ribbon” in Latin, the infinity symbol takes shape in these tables. True to its name, the infinity tables refer to a quantity without bound or end. The legs of the table - in “carvalho” wood - echo the table top profile, which result in either a convex or concave shape that is enhanced by the unique finish pattern. Beautiful by itself, or grouped together, the tables veneer accentuates sleek ribbon lines and begin to take on a more sculptural dimension of intertwining shapes.