Aman, renowned for its opulent hotels that redefine luxury, has ventured into the realm of home interiors with the launch of Aman Interiors. Recognizing the desire of its patrons to bring the Aman aesthetic into their homes, the brand introduces the Foundations Collection, an exquisite line of furniture designed to capture the essence of the iconic Aman experience. The first collection, created by acclaimed architect Kengo Kuma, is set to debut at the Design Miami Fair, marking a new era for Aman enthusiasts.

Designer: Kengo Kuma and Aman Interiors

Morad Tabrizi, CEO of Aman Interiors, expresses the brand’s commitment to capturing a feeling and delivering a sense of calm through materiality and proportion. The decision to launch the furniture line stems from the demand of Aman enthusiasts who wish to take a piece of the Aman experience home. Aman Interiors aims to offer an intimate transaction, allowing clients to immerse themselves in the Aman lifestyle within their own living spaces.

Vladislav Doronin, Chairman of Aman Group and Aman Interiors, shares his passion for design and architecture, which drew him to the brand as a guest. He envisions Aman Interiors as the next phase of the Aman lifestyle, providing clients with direct access to an interior design team deeply immersed in the world of Aman. The multi-faceted business seeks to seamlessly furnish AmanResidences and Aman Hotels while bringing bespoke furniture designs to the market.

The Foundations Capsule Collection:

Crafted in the Aman Interiors London studio and meticulously handcrafted by artisans worldwide, the Foundations capsule collection is a testament to elegance and engineering. The collection, though appearing delicate, symbolizes the foundational elements of any structure, akin to scaffolding. Designed by Kengo Kuma, the Foundations Collection reflects the architectural brilliance seen in Aman’s renowned properties. The Migumi Collection, to be unveiled at the Design Miami Fair, encompasses 30 limited-edition editions of tables and dining chairs, providing a glimpse into the world of Aman luxury. The furniture line not only defines elegance but also sparks conversations, making it a perfect centerpiece for commercial spaces, embodying the spirit of Aman in the form, proportion, and purity of materials.

Ekam Lounge Chair:

The Ekam Lounge Chair, inspired by the Tequesta tribe’s hand-forged tools, features a hand-sculpted steel frame with an antique finish. The hammered texture pays homage to Miami’s heritage, providing both strength and aesthetic appeal. The juxtaposition of the robust frame with voluminous linen upholstery creates a harmonious balance, embodying the continuous spirit of the Aman experience.

Dvaya Bench:

The Dvaya Bench embodies duality through its thoughtful design, harmonizing contrast and equilibrium. The substantial wooden frame is gracefully supported by triadic legs, creating a visually striking piece. The generous seating area, adorned with three identical cushions, seamlessly integrates with the overall framework, offering a comfortable and aesthetically pleasing experience.

Trini Side Table:

Aman’s Trini Side Table masterfully combines craftsmanship with spiritual resonance. The triangular shape symbolizes strength, stability, and unity. The wooden base and Onyx top create a striking contrast, inviting exploration of the seamless interaction between form and mindfulness. This piece transcends conventional furniture, becoming a functional work of art.

With a commitment to delivering the Aman experience beyond hotel walls, Aman Interiors’ line of furniture redefines luxury living. From the Ekam Lounge Chair’s tribute to Miami’s heritage to the Dvaya Bench’s harmonious duality and the Trini Side Table’s spiritual resonance, each piece exemplifies the brand’s dedication to elegance, craftsmanship, and the creation of shared experiences in the comfort of one’s home. As Aman Interiors takes its first step into the world of luxury furniture, it promises to elevate home interiors to new heights of sophistication and opulence.

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