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Bentley Home Unveils Its First Foray Into Home Office Furniture

Take your love of fine motoring from the car to the office.

The new range provides a fresh perspective on contemporary luxury furniture in collaboration with designers Carlo Colombo, Federico Peri and Francesco Forcellini. Each Bentley Home designer has been engaged for their knowledge, innovative use of new sustainable materials, craft and leading-edge production technology, enabling the highest levels of customisation working closely with the Bentley Motors Design Team in Crewe.

Chris Cooke, Head of Bentley Design Collaborations, said, “The new collection for 2024 is characterised by a dynamism and lightness  of touch. It is a meeting of design minds – all of whom share a commitment to translating and elevating Bentley’s distinctive design DNA – comfort, craft, and elegance into contemporary furniture. And we are further developing the levels of extreme personalisation and customisation.”

Wilton desk, design by Francesco Forcellini

The Wilton desk heralds the first foray into the world of the home office for Bentley Home. The design, a result of collaboration with Francesco Forcellini, stands as a symbol of dynamism and clean lines, merged with craftsmanship in its curved details. Its dual-shell profile opens to reveal drawers which seamlessly transition into a slender line towards the base.

Bollington office armchair, design by Francesco Forcellini

The Bollington office armchair captures the quintessential characteristics of Bentley with its sleek design and powerful aesthetic stance. Its backrest features a minimalist design that achieves a precise balance of volume with the Wilton desk. The seat itself expands into two lateral sections that define the armrests. 

Loftus sofa, design by Federico Peri

Federico Peri has designed a modular sofa for Bentley Home, bringing his sophisticated approach with sculptural lines and new organic shapes. The floating cushions exude a sense of lightness, a sensation that is enhanced by integrated side tables within the seat, available in marble or covered in leather, that introduces a play of different layers. These accents are inspired by automotive design, crafting a look that is geometric, vibrant, and asymmetric. 

Chilton armchair and chair, design by Carlo Colombo

The Chilton seating line has been designed by Carlo Colombo in collaboration with the Bentley Motors Design Team and the Bentley Home Style Office. Sinuous and enveloping curves define this armchair, with contours extending from the seat to the ground.