Paola Lenti: Monaco Yacht Show 2017. The Monaco Yacht Show is a prestigious opportunity to visit more than 120 exceptional superyachts and megayachts measuring 25 to 100 metres long in an exclusive setting. This international trade fair is dedicated to yachting for premium clients and luxury yachting market professionals and will be hosted at Port Hercules in the Principality of Monaco from 27 to 30 September 2017.
by Rebecca Whitlocke
For the first time, Paola Lenti will display in its own space the full range of colours and materials available for its collections and, again, it will conceive the interior design of the Upper Deck Lounge in cooperation with Sabrina Monte-Carlo, the official distributor of the brand in the Principality.
The project of the lounge includes several indoor products and the novelties that were introduced during the last Fuorisalone in Milan. It is based on combinations and materials that are selected through the ongoing process of synthesis, respectful of both aesthetics and ergonomics, which is at the core of the research activity of the Company.
Founded in 1994 in Meda, the main production district for contemporary furniture in Italy, Paola Lenti has been identified as a reference in outdoor furnishings for the marine and yachting sector. Products feature an essential design and stand out because of the materials used, which are resistant and easy to maintain. Fabrics are exclusive and conceived to make the seating in the collection unique. The wide range of colour combinations, the flexibility and the quality of the production processes allow the company to offer fully customized products and solutions.
The Monaco Yacht Show will also showcase yachts built by internationally renowned yards, like Sanlorenzo yacht, Riva, Azimut Benetti and Wider that have chosen Paola Lenti outdoor seating, rugs and complements for their luxurious fittings.
Paola Lenti collections are today distributed in over 60 countries by around 300 of the most important showrooms worldwide.
M/Y Wider 150 Genesi, project by di F. De Simoni with T. Antonelli and Wider project team Wider, photos by JeffBrown/BreedMedia