iSaloni 2019 proved to be more than just a trade show: it was a red carpet for the most diverse range of products, including chairs. Here are some of the most astonishing interior design brands with amazing chair collections.
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In a perfect marriage of technology and craftsmanship, Arketipo firenze’s production process starts with the search for ever innovative materials, to underline the unique style of the brand. This is followed by traditional manufacturing techniques, in which each stage is entrusted to the experience of Arketipo’s own craftsmen. The whole process has to meet very strict requirements for quality, accuracy and attention to detail.
At Arper, they create chairs, tables, and furnishings for community, work and home. They’re motivated by relationships: between products and spaces, spaces and people, people and their networks. The brand frames everything—their soft, essential design sensibility, their direct and personalized service, their organizational and corporate policies, our global brand identity—in terms of human values.
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The production of Italian furniture CAVIO CASA began with a family handicraft, founded in 1954 in Bovologne, a small town in the province of Verona (Italy). Today the factory CAVIO CASA offers solutions for the interior design of the premium segment for customers all around the world.
DeFrae Contract Furniture Ltd is a London based specialist furniture supplier to restaurants, clubs, bars, hotels, offices, cafés and coffee shops. The company has grown from humble beginnings in 2011 to work with some of the UK’s most prestigious and independent restaurants, bars, boutique hotels and coffee shops including Marco Pierre White, Morgan Group Hotels, Cafe Nero, Daisy Green Company, Holiday Inn and many more.
STUDIO 80‘s team of designers, has over fifty years design experience collectivel. Led by Tracie Schumacher, ASID, specializes in custom design that fits each client’s unique lifestyle. They feel the design process is very important, so they strive to work collaboratively with the client to create a design that responds to their unique requirements and visions.
Etro is New Tradition, the sum of artisan know-how and creative experimentation. In 2017 Etro and Jumbo Group started a partnership to produce and distribute the new Etro Home Interiors line. Etro Home Interiors consist of lounge, dining, bedroom and outdoor furniture coherent with the style, philosophy and heritage of Etro, filled with colours, patterns and joie de vivre. The Paisley, leitmotif of the collection, lets itself be saturated in colour, interpreted and redefined in a game of suggestive elegance. This new collection blends tradition with innovation and history with a contemporary edge, presenting the Etro world.
Fenabel, S.A. is a family company and a market leader wooden chairs manufacturer with around 90 qualified and motivated people as its workforce. Fenabel considers the company policies, as well as the use of high-tech equipment and advanced software (technical aspects that allow the optimization of time and resources) the key factors for the growth strategy. Fenabel stands out in the international market for the contract and home segments, with special emphasis on restaurants, hotels, day care centers and nursing homes furniture.
Vivo Italia is all about designer furniture. With experience in manufacturing and sales of high end furniture, they saw a need to showcase various Italian designer creations under one roof. Hence, Vito Italia is born as an Italian Furniture Gallery. They selected a handful of exceptional Italian brands like Busnelli, Borzalino and Reflex to name a few.
The company was founded in 1962 by Giuseppe Zani as a result of his passion for working leather and creating furniture. The workshop, with its legacy of craftsmanship and traditional expertise, ensures that the MADE IN ITALY culture is handed down from generation to generation. ZANI COLLEZIONE POLTRONE produces furniture for the home and for public areas, and has an international calling, having always targeted both the European and overseas markets, exporting to more than 30 countries.