Italian design in your home!
If design had a nationality, it would surely be Italian! Promoted by renowned publishers such as Kartell, Flos and Cassina, the 1950s and 1960s allowed design to reveal itself in this transalpine country.
The development of these companies was made possible by major figures in the field: Joe Colombo, Ettore Sottsass, the Castiglioni family, Marco Zanuso… Italian design gradually gained recognition and international success that continues to this day!
Italy, the true cradle of the Renaissance, has risen from its ashes, giving back to its art the glory of the past! With the new school year in full swing, let’s allow ourselves an Italian interlude with three interiors under the sign of the Dolce Vita: velvet, brass, wood, all intermingled with a design touch that only the Italians have the secret to!
1 – “Thaiti” lamp by Ettore Sottsass (available soon) | 2 – “Shiva” vase by Ettore Sottsass (available soon) | 3 – Small vintage Scandinavian teak sideboard, Denmark, 1960 | 4 – Vintage silkscreen print by Keith Haring on paper, 1990
1 – Acrylic on vintage canvas “Regard neuf” by Patrick Guallino 1990 | 2 – Flos design lamp “Snoopy”, Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni | 3 – Lady vintage armchair first edition by Marco Zanuso for Arflex | 4 – Belgian vintage coffee table