Aston Martin has impressed just about any style loving individual. Whether it was cars, Drive-Me Home furniture collection, Voyage 55 concept tender, or the Mobiado handsets, it seems the brand name and style quotient is rubbing off on everywhere. The latest product to bear the established brand name of the auto maestro is the luxury office collection furniture, created by the Formatalia Luxury Group. Meant for the premium range of office goers, who have an eye for sophistication combined with modern day sleekness in designs, this furniture brings in pretty much the same thing what the Aston Martin cars would, to its lucky buyers.
Though catering to the luxury segment, none of the characteristics ever actually lack the functionality that one would look from the furniture set. Add with that some premium fabrication and modern formations, and you have what the Formatalia Luxury Group has to offer for your office. Also, the best testimony of the Group prowess for its job is displayed in the elaborate list of premium level clients, one of them being Aston Martin itself. Hopefully, by the looks of it, they seem to have justice to their creations. In the collection, are included 4 main products mainly, including the PKU49 armchair, PKU29 Drawer cabinet, PKU08 drawer cabinet, PKU04 aluminum desk. Commonalities would include the use of carbon fiber or sanded aluminum for the basic skeleton, whereas the fabrication is done with drum dyed aniline leather, albeit with 2 color options; tan and black.
For the desks, there is the push button mechanism for opening and closing the drawers for the one that has them (PKU04). The body for this one is mainly aluminum with black leather (night) outer skin. On the other hand, the PKU08 is more simplistic design, with the curved glass top and aluminum frame beneath. The accompanying chair is of course selected matching the color of the table set and rest of the décor. Equally smooth finished on texture, light yet sturdy, these are virtually the must haves for each well-healed executive’s boardroom.