Henge expands its international network with the new opening in Toronto

Henge continues to extend the international network with a new space in Toronto, modern and multicultural city, finance and industrial center of the country, consolidating in this way an incisive presence in a market increasingly enthusiastic and eager of the unconventional style and refined Made in Italy craftsmanship of the brand. 

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

In elegant and sophisticated environments Henge, passionately dedicated to exploring and reach maximum expressiveness of natural materials, welcome to discover the new collection. All creations, result of Italian know-how, convey the force of an organic selection, molded to enrich as design complements the lifestyle scenarios. The brand’s history is a journey inside the secrets and the fascinating language of this emotional, visual and tactile experiences of weathered stones and fossil woods, remained buried for centuries, enhanced in their preciousness by processes and treatments grounded in the oldest techniques. 

The incisive mood is expressed by the Stealth table, with the laser etched metal net shaped structure 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, strong and delicate, are a thread that runs through all the collection designed by Massimo Castagna, Henge Creative Director. Titanium and Platinum burnished by hand, confer great emphasis to the pieces as the Bistrot S bookshelf and the Side-X Evo cabinet. The dining area is completed by the silver strips of the Tape Light and by 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 generous proportions upholstered in Nubuck and Sense leathers matching with refined fabrics, offer luxury lounging. The Henge’s wide selection of soft leathers, dyed with natural colors, concur with the wrapping embrace of Exagon and Voyage armchairs. 

Lighting plays a suggestive role, lingering on metal finishes and enhancing the natural beauty of the materials: the iconic Polygonal Light Ring finishing in burnished platinum and the newborn Starlight, presented in a dynamic, sculptural composition. In line with Henge’s natural philosophy, the organic complementarity combination of the Mushroom coffee tables, creation of the famous design studio Yabu Pushelberg, conceived in sand casting bronze; while the new H Silver glossy finish of the Be-Mine coffee table emphasizes the minimalism of the shapes obtained through the artisanal process of sand casting. Each piece is the result of craftsmanship and can be customized according to customer rrequests.

The charm of one of Henge’s latest creations, Ozone-L, a monolith kitchen entirely covered in Black Lake stone, embodies the ambitious paths undertaken by the company in the constant evolution of experimentation. Completing the concept bar are the Strip Stools in dark brown E-Type leather, the Loom Program wall and the burnished brass Tubular Light Horizontal lights composition.