The tableware collection by Le Corbusier, originally crafted for the Prunier restaurant in London, was revisited by Cassina, thanks to its partnership with Richard Ginori; it remains true to the original design and invests great care in authenticity...
From the postwar period, Bodil Kjær opened up her home to a fresh new camaraderie encouraged by versatile furniture that translated the new domestic routines and a renewed need for comfort into tangible designs. With a lively social life, and to solv..
The first Cassina project by Dutch designer Linde Freya Tangelder focuses on functionality through the fresh, dynamic combination of padded shapes, to be used as versatile interior design elements. Soft blocks, joined as in an embrace, len..
An industrial style low table marks the Cassina debut of Dutch designer Linde Freya Tangelder. A functional piece designed for contemporary decor, thanks to its minimalist lines and sculptural look. Made of stainless steel, and employing a compl..
The idea of comfort itself becomes an armchair. Soriana came into being in 1969, thanks to an intuitive vision by Afra and Tobia Scarpa that was destined to re-write the history of upholstered furniture. By taking advantage of new polyurethane foam f..
The idea of comfort itself becomes an sofa. Soriana came into being in 1969, thanks to an intuitive vision by Afra and Tobia Scarpa that was destined to re-write the history of upholstered furniture. By taking advantage of new polyurethane foam formi..
The Starburst chandelier offers new solutions and the option to use diffusers in the Bollicosa lamps, taking inspiration from the stars that light up the universe. A linear chandelier 120 cm in length, with black painted structure. Available wit..
The Beam Sofa System has acquired a new iteration. Larger than before, with a strong visual impact, the Superbeam consists of four upholstered elements: with an arm-rest to the left, with an arm-rest to the right, as well as an intermediate and a cor..
Table with top in solid wood with rounded surface. The staves forming the surface have visible side joints. Three support legs, one larger and oval shaped and two smaller, cylindrical ones. Finishes in open-pored black lacquered oak or mahogany.Desig..
Both pieces are inspired by the mountains. While the latter takes its name from the milking-stool used by alpine shepherds, the former is inspired by the French locality much loved by designer and architect Charlotte Perriand. These furnishing access..
Origami in wood, emblematic of Frank Lloyd Wright’s design maturity and ever-surprising aesthetic code, this armchair was created in 1949 for Taliesin West, his home-studio in Scottsdale, Arizona, today the headquarters of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foun..
The Tantra design rug is hand-loomed. Its geometric pattern, obtained through the repetition of a simple design memorized by the weaver, is reminiscent of the precise, meticulous decorations obtained using color in a formal manner found in many templ..
Tables with square or rectangular structures made of four legs and cross-bars assembled with black metal joints available in the finishes: American walnut, natural or black stained ashwood. The table tops are available in the same finishes and in cle..
The seat of this chaise longue is composed of 12 curved wooden strips (teak or bamboo). The joining elements connecting the strips to the bars below are satin brass studs. The base is in solid wood (teak or bamboo).The mattress comes with waterdraini..
Perfect for a modern living room, comfort and elegance converge in this chaise longue designed by Charlotte Perriand as an expression of new rituals, it infuses artisan finesse with contemporary attitude. A product of Perriand’s Japan sojourn, Tokyo ..