5 Furniture Projects That Are A Symbol Of Italian Luxury Design – From contemporary and modern decor to luxury bathrooms and mid-century modern environments, these inspiring furniture designs are everything you need for your own home decor!
These incredible furniture projects are considered as some of the world’s most famous collections created with the best high-quality materials. They were presented by some of the best luxury brands were also created by some of the world’s best interior designers that are a reference in the Italian luxury design world.
Back-Wing armchair by Patricia Urquiola and Cassina:
A drawing by Le Corbusier created for Chandigarh was developed in 3D, this drawing was the background for four videos that came to life to tell the story of the embracing Back-Wing armchair by Patricia Urquiola, the CAB family by Mario Bellini, the Cotone sofas by the Bouroullec brothers and the elegant Dress-Up! sofa by Rodolfo Dordoni.
Inspired by the famous symbol Japanese culture (the KOI carp) all of this unique furniture collection is one of the most famous designs ever created by the contemporary brand. The KOI carp natural color mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like the set of KOI tables with table tops in glass or marble that you can choose to better fit in your ambiances. KOI and the Japanese word for love or affection are homophones, making the carp also a symbol of love and friendship.
Maxalto’s Collection by Antonio Citterio:
The Italian architect, interior and furniture designer just launched his most recent furniture project which is a series of new elements in Maxalto’s collection that direct the brand’s rich history towards the future. The new designs are Apollo that presents a new range of upholstery composed of three different sofa types and Caratos, a small armchair with armrest, an armchair, a tub armchair, two stools with swivel seats, a bench, an ottoman and a coffee table.
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Dimore Studio New Collection
Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran invested in their individual experience with the profession and study of Design, Art, and Fashion, and founded DIMORESTUDIO in 2003. The Dimore Studio presented their dry and robust new collection evidenced by their well-defined lines. The new furniture collection was the protagonist for four divisions created by coral silk partitions – bedroom, dining room, office and living room – showcasing the firm’s creations in their fullest splendor. The materials are aluminum, lacquers, brushed and polished steel, bronze and laminated surfaces and the color used was black.
Laufen’s SONAR Collection by Patricia Urquiola:
The interior designer wanted to challenge the fineness of SaphirKeramik by Laufen, which is a high-tech and sustainable material from the brand’s range. She enhanced the refined forms in the bathroom furniture collection with a three-dimensional texture to add a decorative sign to the innovative ceramic material.