The Rossana Orlandi Srl is launching and promoting the first edition of the contest Ro Plastic Prize. This contest’s main goal aims to be a challenge for young designers to find new ways to transform, re-design and re-use plastic in the creation of new concepts in five categories. This contest is […]
Imm Cologne 2019 is almost here and we can’t wait to see the variety of brands we can check out in the event… especially the Italian ones! So without further ado, here’s our list of the top 8 brands you can’t miss at Imm Cologne 2019.
This Portuguese lighting brand has a team of designers who enjoy what they do and transfer passion and devotion to their work in making lighting products. Delightful is a true example of a modern lighting brand reference!
Arketipo is an Italian brand that, in their own words, “tries to make experiences, not objects”. Their furniture products are made with a rigorous touch of fabrics and leathers, as well as with an experienced design team, composed by names such as Adriano Piazzesi, Carlo Bimbi, and Cristophe Pillet.
We obviously couldn’t make this list without mentioning B&B Italia! This is a group that defines their philosophy of work as a “convergence of design and industry”. B&B Italia is known for having products of contemporary design and timeless elegance.
Baxter is a brand who has worked with some of the best Italian designers for many years. This brand has a modern approach to classic styles and has a contemporary, quirky edge to their designs which is why it’s one of the most well-known brands in Italy.
Natuzzi Editions is another brand which values high-quality craftsmanship. Created by Pasquale Natuzzi this brand is one of the leading Italian exporter of furniture products to the world. Among their values are the quality testing, innovation, international certifications and the use of renewable sources.
Novamobili is another brand with a set of various products destined for many house divisions. Among their design team are names such as Philippe Nigro, Matteo Zorzenoni, and Makoto Kawamoto, as well as teams among which are E-GSS, Zaven, Studio Gherardi and Tormena-Neadesign.
Created in the 1920s, RIVA has managed to create a working relationship with over 100 designers throughout all these years. In their own words, the brand was “built on a foundation of traditions, culture, creativity and innovation”, and have managed to stay loyal to those principles since then.
Porada is a brand born in 1948 and specialized in wood craftsmanship. One of the biggest factors they point out as one of their biggest strengths (aside from the quality of the materials and machinery) is the human factor, having a team of several areas who put all their passion in what they do. After all, as the brand states “Everything ‘s born from the love of the wood”.
Last but not least we have Selva, known for their outstanding creativity, variety, and Italian craftsmanship since 1968. Their love for handcrafted pieces of furniture is shown in their products by following three main factors: time, thought and style.