The Cinematic Series: Inspired by Luca Guadagnino
Step inside a Cremonese fantasy with the set design by Luca Guadagnino. The Italian director keeps time from passing with his nostalgia-infused interior design, redefining the concept of beauty and focusing on attention to detail.
Luca Guadagnino rises in the Italian territory within the city of Palermo. His vision grants a keen eye for authenticity and a return to the original way of movie-making. An advocate of arts, Luca reserves a true admiration for craftsmanship, choosing to collaborate with small realities and preferring high-quality creations from independent realities to decorate his sets.
The director's admiration for cinematic art sparked from an expressive necessity, transcending obligations to the material world.
Rewarded for its unique point of view, Guadagnino is also known for its careful research for powerful storytelling and attention to image, depicting with detail his beloved 60s aesthetic.
Thanks to interior design I had the opportunity to deal with three-dimensional environments, ensuring that the decorations become an essential element in the creation, and not just something that is "sewn "on it-Luca Guadagnino
Campanule Round MirrorUSD 4,370
Tiffany Bergere ArmchairUSD 5,570
Bouclé Patterned Ecru&Off-White RunnerUSD 105
Louis XV-Style 3-Light Gold Table Lamp #2USD 3,720
Lucrezia CabinetUSD 9,195
Copper Chafing Dish with Zoomorphic FeetUSD 895
Guadagnino explores a different concept of beauty, different from the one of general knowledge. He believes that beauty relies in the eye of who's watching, and often is not found in the most flashy things, but instead in the day-to-day and ordinary things. Navarini Rame incorporates Italian passion for food in a beautiful piece called Copper Chafing DDish with Zoomorphic Feet, ideal for keeping food warm during family dinners. This chafing dish in fine, bright copper is painstakingly crafted and hammered by hand. The areas in contact with food are coated in pure, certified tin without chemical treatments or heavy metal. The pierced, steam pot, tray, and cloche are all supported by paw-shaped feet.
Dafne ChairUSD 5,025
MOON BIRDS WALLPAPERUSD 160
Pacini & Cappellini
Tao Drinks Cabinet by Stefano BigiUSD 13,665
La Casa Grifoni
Viennese Straw ArmchairUSD 3,730
Bassano CupboardUSD 20,330
Set of 12 Cooker's Casalingo Pink Wall TilesUSD 395
Infinity ChandelierUSD 6,120
Vintage ArmchairUSD 3,740
Pink Roses Porcelain MirrorUSD 4,225
Oceanside 100% Wool BlanketUSD 1,715
Torcello De Medici Multicolor Striped PitcherUSD 255
Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH (GTV) – Wiener GTV Design
Morris Red Low Chair by GamFratesiUSD 1,290
Tondo Doni MirrorUSD 56,400
Morandi Throw CushionUSD 975
Grey Jaja CushionUSD 120
Light 40 Moka Crema Table LampUSD 4,265
Ebanisteria Roberto Gambella
2-Door Chestnut CabinetUSD 10,085
Nido chair #1USD 2,165
Studio Le Nid
Kimeya Red Margherita Set of 4 Tiles by Vincenzo MessinaUSD 185
Wall Mirror for Vanity DeskUSD 5,625
Fashion plays an important role in the director's set design, as he refers to it as a vehicle for actors to speak through gestures and clothes without pronouncing not even a word. Textiles in particular define an aesthetic thanks to patterns, colors, and textures. Caterina Quaranta is an artisans who follows a masterful hand-weaving process, blending 80% cotton and 20% linen to create a unique texture for the fabric. The Bouclé Patterned Ecrù&Off White Runner features a classic pattern
Framing time in a set design, the director treasures a vivid fascination for the old, instilling pieces of vintage furniture in every corner of the filmed spaces. Nostalgia plays also a key role in his motion pictures, as he chooses to convey a decade through set design and even fashion. The Nabucco is a majestic bookcase by Bianchini flaunting a prized and bold aesthetic. Feathered ash, walnut briar, and rosewood are used to craft its refined inlays completed by the carved decoration of acanthus leaves and cones that are covered in silver leaf to enrich the spinning top-like feet as well as the bookcase's profiles.