Bugatti Home Furniture Collection

Apr 10, 2019

Category: Living

At this stage, Bugatti is practically synonymous with automotive excellence, as their Veyron, Chiron, and now Divo hypercars have captured the attention of motor vehicle fanatics around the world. But it looks like they’re finally branching out — unveiling a line of furniture inspired by their automotive exploits they’re calling simply the Home Collection.

The centerpiece of the whole collection is the legendary Cobra Chair — originally created in 1902 by Carlo Bugatti but reimagined for the modern home in a limited edition. But that’s far from the only exceptional piece, as the collection also includes a couch, lounge, two other chairs, a table, and more — including a yet-to-be-unveiled bed. And they’re all made with rare and beautiful materials like premium leather, Sodalite gemstone (a physical embodiment of Bugatti Blue), Striato Olimpico marble, carbon fiber, and high-performance technical fabrics. No word yet on pricing and availability, but we expect to hear more soon.

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