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Bugatti unveils furniture collection inspired by multi-million dollar hypercars

The luxury brand is making the leap from the road to home decor.
  • Bugatti have a new furniture collection
  • It’s inspired by the brand’s stunning vehicles and 100-year heritage
  • Highlight pieces embody the essence and sleekness of a supercar

Published on Apr 22, 2024 at 4:29PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 22, 2024 at 8:26PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood
Bugatti unveils furniture collection

If you love their multi-million dollar hypercars, you will love the new Bugatti furniture collection that’s inspired by their stunning vehicles.

While it might seem like a leap, the Bugatti transition from the streets to interiors feels like a natural one.

Bugatti Home merges the Illustrius brand’s 100-year heritage with avant-garde design.

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Unveiled at Milan Design Week earlier this month, the Bugatti Mistral sporty hypercar sat amongst the display of cutting-edge, yet elegant home furnishings.

The last Bugatti W16-engined hypercar for Bugatti, the pre-production model was recently spotted on the road in Molsheim, Alsace.

The pieces are crafted from the highest quality materials, including ‘European open-pore oak, glass, metal elements, and metallic lacquer,’ per their website.

Natural tactile fabrics like cashmere, wool, leather, and silk are juxtaposed with modern, technological elements and large amounts of glass inspired by the famous Bugatti C-line to create playful statement pieces.

Highlight pieces embody the essence and sleekness of a supercar, including the Type_1 modular sofa, loveseat, and chaise longue.

The elegant Type_4 dining table and Type_5 chairs, crafted from lightweight materials like carbon fiber and hand-painted aluminum, echo the simple sophistication of Bugatti’s design.

For the car-lover’s home office, the innovative Type_7 desk features near-invisible integrated drawers, making it functional without sacrificing aesthetics.

But it’s the seventies-inspired Type_3 sofa with the signature Bugatti logo in iconic Bugatti Blue that really got engines revving in armchair, chaise longue, and ottoman variants.

The cost of new Dubai apartments designed by Bugatti were revealed last year and it’s eye-watering.

Founded in 1909 by Ettore Bugatti, Bugatti teamed up with luxury property developers Binghatti – Bugatti Binghatti has a nice ring to it – to unveil iconic Dubai apartments.

It was a united vision for both brands, paying homage to the flair of the French Riviera in the heart of the well-connected Dubai metropolis.

Two 52-storey towers unite the captivating ripples of the French Rivieras beaches and the dunes of Dubai’s desert.

Like a dynamic sculpture, the façade of the Bugatti Dubai apartments offers a new perspective and sense of flow from every angle.

The hyper-form building is yet another stunning Dubai landmark building and features meticulously curated layouts for each floor.

Each apartment offers ‘captivating and unobstructed views of the city’ and panoramic views of the iconic Dubai Water Canal.

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