Bentley Home has chosen Palazzo Chiesa, in corso Venezia 36 in Milan, for its first Atelier: a historic building, designed in the late nineteenth century, which is characterized by a colonnaded courtyard with cross vaults and monumental staircases, which introduce one space of over 500 square meters.
A counterpoint to the ancient flavor of the building is the bold design of the interior, including stone, mirror and leather that set the stage for the furniture in the collection.
The central space is crossed by cuts of light and reflections, which from the large windows radiate on the furnishings of the collection passing through a wall completely framed by mirrors.
The rooms follow one another between intimate relaxation corners and the suite with the terrace overlooking the internal courtyard, focusing on the very idea behind the project: being a tailor’s shop, where customization takes shape between precious leathers, marbles and essences.
The atmospheres are complemented by a selection of limited edition pieces signed by Xavier Lust.
The opening of the first Bentley Home Atelier marks a further step in the retail expansion process initiated by the Luxury Living Group.