Colbourns is a luxury carpet and rug company with projects ranging from listed buildings and hotels to large-scale contemporary residential spaces and new build apartments on an international scale. After acquiring a brand new 180 sq. ft showroom space and as advocators of Maurizio’s work, it was a natural choice to enlist his skillset to design the new space.
Maurizio captured the essence of a boutique hotel suite designed around the client’s tastes and expectations whilst in the comfort of a prime location flat. The client is now able to share his experience with friends and give them a taste of what London does best.
Maurizio Pellizzoni has designed a cover for Bang & Olufsen’s iconic and innovative Beoplay A9 music system. This Special Edition was launched exclusively at Harrods in summer 2017. Now available from other Bang & Olufsen retail stores.
The inspiration behind this cover design is based on the Federico Fellini movies and some of the classic, iconic imagery of the stunning Sophia Loren in her earlier career days. I have always been a huge fan of those beautiful Italian movies and inspired by the attention to detail they pervade. Red is a very vibrant colour, full of life and in this design, portrays passion and a sense of classic glamour.
Maurizio set out to translate his passion for design, art and beautiful interiors to GQ readers, but most of all, to challenge perceptions of standard interpretations of luxury.
Maurizio Pellizzoni for Colbourns, An elegant collection of hand tufted rugs, Maurizio drew inspiration on the design from the decorative ironwork that lines the exquisite streets of Belgravia, SW1.
The brief was to recreate The Hamptons in the Surrey Hills, and Maurizio set about creating an upscale ‘American look’ that incorporated the owners’ many personal antiques and objets d’art
It took Maurizio six years to complete, and is a capsule collection of all the things he loves - dark woods, leather, stone, wallpaper and a brown, grey and blue colour palette.
Maurizio took the history of each room and the artworks in it as a starting point and added new furniture, bespoke pieces and antiques, some of which were already there. The result is a warm family home that bears the stamp of its owners’ individual taste and the building’s rich history.
Maurizio satisfied the client’s requests and added soft furnishings, subtle patterns and various textures to create a cool, contemporary space. A bespoke steel and glass staircase, designed by Maurizio, links the sitting room, the mezzanine bedroom and the roof terrace.
The brief for this modern Greater London property was to create a comfortable space for entertaining friends and taking time out from the city. Maurizio drew on the style of a classic Hollywood lifestyle that suited the modern architecture of the house and met the client’s desire to create a fun bachelor escape.
Located in Chelsea, Antigua House is so-called because Maurizio Pellizzoni was asked to create interiors which echo its owner’s second home in the Caribbean. Evoking colonial charm, Maurizio opted for polished wood floors, natural linens, coir matting and a cream, taupe and chocolate colour palette.
Maurizio Pellizzoni was called upon to create a Federico Fellini-inspired wedding reception for a client who worked in the movie business. The entire Arts Club in Mayfair was transformed to host 200 guests
This townhouse in Chelsea was designed for a celebrity couple who wanted a calm and understated home. Maurizio opted for dark wood furniture, a soft colour scheme and luxury finishes such as cashmeres and silks.
The brief was to bring a dash of the Cote D’Azur to the Scottish Highlands. The space was a new extension to an eighteenth-century family house, complete with several bedrooms, a kitchen and a turret with a bell-tower.
Maurizio Pellizzoni was called to create a ballroom theme inspired by a traditional Scottish Christmas, using deep reds, tartan and seasonal accessories.