Henge continues to expand the international network with a fresh space in Toronto, contemporary and multicultural town, finance and industrial centre of the nation, consolidating in such a way an incisive existence in a market increasingly enthusiastic and eager for the unconventional fashion and refined Made in Italy craftsmanship of the brand.

In Toronto, Henge joins the prestigious portfolio at Studio B, a leading interior design space located in the city Design District. Housed within the showroom’s 16,000 square-foot space, the Henge boutique features glossy and sophisticated living and dining room, each enhanced by the brand’s striking lighting collections.

All creations, end result of Italian know-how, communicate the force of an organic choice, molded to improve as design matches the lifestyle scenarios. The brand’s history is a journey inside the secrets and the fascinating language of the emotional, visual and tactile experiences of weathered stone and forests, remained buried for centuries, enhanced in their preciousness by procedures and treatments grounded in the earliest techniques.

The incisive disposition is expressed from the Stealth table, with the laser etched metal mesh shaped arrangement in burnished brass finish and the top in web Grey stone. Its design affirms the natural beauty of contrasts: rough and smooth, dark and light, powerful and delicate, are a thread that runs through all the group designed by Henge Creative Director Massimo Castagna. Titanium and Platinum burnished by hand, confer great emphasis on the pieces as the Bistrot Sbookshelf and the Side-X Evo cabinet. The dining area is finished from the silver pieces of the Tape Light and from the Ex-tra chairs with an extremely comfortable seat upholstered in Symba fabric.

The contemporaneous, clean lines of Lailand and Opus modular sofas, with their ample proportions upholstered in Nubuck and Sense leathers matching with refined fabrics, provide luxury lounging. The Henge’s broad choice of soft leathers, dyed with natural colors, agree with the wrapping embrace of Exagonand Voyage armchairs.

In line with Henge’s natural philosophy, the organic complementarity combination of the Mushroom coffee tables, created by the famous design studio Yabu Pushelberg, pictured in sand casting bronze, while the brand new H Silver glistening finish of the Be-Mine coffee table emphasizes the minimalism of the shapes obtained via the artisanal process of sand casting. Each piece is the result of craftsmanship and can be customized according to client requests.

The charm of among Henge’s latest creations, Ozone-L, a monolith kitchen completely coated in Black Lake rock, embodies the ambitious paths undertaken by the company in the constant growth of experimentation.