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The bench, a new basic? For The Socialite Family, yes! The first piece in our collection of furniture and accessories, Panchina celebrates the beginning of our story. Vintage and Italian inspirations have shaped the look of this family seat. To give life to its curves, which are strongly marked by the design of the 50s, we set out in search of the best manufacturers. First, throughout the whole of Europe, before settling in Italy. Venetian craftsmen, with their expertise acknowledged and admired by all, worked alongside us for months, fine-tuning every finish and detail, so that the bench we had imagined could come to life. Panchina is a bold creation brought about by the refined combination of beech wood and caning – an artisanal rattan weave technique. Combined with a tubular base in chrome or black metal, the timeless piece of furniture is transformed into an aerial sculpture. An original line, a mix of modernity and tradition, which makes the Panchina an indispensable classic! Resolutely determined to bring freshness and novelty to our interiors along with the spring sunshine, this Socialite Family creation is sure to shine in a hallway, at the end of a bed or in the living room. As an excuse for setting a scene, for storage or simply as a bench: it’s up to you to find your Panchina’s perfect position.
Panchina bench, from 450€. Available now on The Socialite Family online store, also at our boutique at 12 rue Saint-Fiacre (Paris – 2ᵉ arrondissement – Métro Grands boulevards – Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 7pm) and at our corner on the 4th floor of the BHV MARAIS, 52 rue de Rivoli (Paris – 1st arrondissement – Métro Hôtel de Ville – Monday to Saturday from 10am to 8pm and Sunday from 11am to 7pm).
For The Socialite Family, yes! The first piece in our collection, Panchina celebrates the beginning of our story. Vintage and Italian inspirations have shaped the look of this family seat
Photography: Constance Gennari & Eve Campestrini – Text: Caroline Balvay @thesocialitefamily