The idea underpinning this product comes from reclaimed padded seats from exclusive luxury vintage trains and features soft vertical quilting that tempers the grandeur of the generously voluminous design. When the headboard is opened, Portland offers a practical functional container unit for storage. The item is available with three versions of the feet in wood and one in metal with the option of choosing the look and height from the ground that suits the customer best. The Portland bed is available with a fixed bed base or container unit. Can be upholstered in fabric or leather.
Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri
Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri is an architect, designer, and art director.
Born in 1963 and graduated from the Milan Polytechnic, he confers a Master in “Advanced Technology Application on Industrial design manifacture” in Florida.
He was a consultant to Piero Lissoni until 1994 and collaborates with Boffi, Porro, and Living.
He designs and designs for important Italian furniture companies such as Ludovica Mascheroni, Amini carpets, Casamilano, Gallotti & Radice, Albed, Pedrali, Ivano Redaelli, Contardi, Ditre Italia, Varaschin, Xera Kitchen, Albed, Tre P, Heri Editon.
Art Director of Giorgetti from 2010 to 2013, and currently of Tre P, Varaschin, Ditre Italia, Heri Edition, Xera Kitchen, Understate Milano.
Studio Lo Scalzo Moscheri is characterized by a multidisciplinary activity dedicated to the coordinated image of companies, the design of showrooms, graphics and communication, video production and the choice of products and stylistic orientation activities.
In addition, the studio is dedicated to interior design projects, shopping malls, shops, and hotels.
The interior design business extends to an international clientele with projects in Miami, Paris, Cannes, Moscow, and Beijing.
Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri is published in the best national and international furniture and costume magazines such as Vanity Fair, Interni, Elle Decor, Il Sole 24 Ore, Abitare, Frame Magazine, Wall Paper.
His projects are published in Yearbook best Kitchen 2012, he has received several awards and recognitions for designs including Promosedia 2007 with the product Sign by Pedrali.