Mädchenitaliener is pretty much the restaurant that brought the best of the Cucina Italiana to the city of Berlin, Germany. Aside from emitting an amazing smell of pasta Lorenzo mixed in with other Italian specialties, this restaurant also has a lovely decor to show. Today Milan Design Agenda travels to Germany in order […]
There are several Italian brands which manage to create some of the best crafts made furniture out there in the luxury market. Here are the 10 Italian brands of exclusive and expensive furniture.
This is a brand which represents the best of classical and modern Italian furniture, their luxury collections being made with Italian Designers, local craftsmen, and glassmakers.
Technology meets artistic tradition in Edra’s works. This brand produces furniture (especially sofas) which are adaptable to any type of home, be it contemporary or classical. And all of them come with a uniqueness to them.
Ever since their creation all the way back in 1989, Fendi Casa is known for creating furniture and prestigious design objects that bring the unique Fendi flavor into homes all over the world. Tradition is never nostalgic and innovation is paramount.
Baxter has been working alongside some of the best Italian designers for years. The brand is known to have a modern approach to classic styles (like for example the Chestermoon sofa), as well as having a contemporary, quirky edge to their designs.
Luxury enthusiasts usually fall in love with this brand, which first made their debut at the Milan Furniture Fair in April 1988. Since then they have made their name for their particular sensibility towards design, having had the backup of figures such as Aulenti and Magistretti.
Marioni is a well known furniture brand since the 60s. The brand’s Maximalist and Modernist options make this a unique design reference in the market of Italia.
Sahrai Milano is probably one of the oldest brands on this list and a reference when it comes to luxury design rugs. One of their most well-known accomplishments in this area is the gamut from Swarovski crystal-encrusted silken plains.
Despite its French influences, Opera Contemporary has an aesthetic which respects the classical and the modern ages. The silhouettes of their furniture are dramatic but clean at the same time.
You’ve probably heard of Terzani’s Atlantis chandelier, right? The brand has other takes in lighting especially for restaurants, fashion boutiques, hotels, and luxury residential projects from all over the world.
If there’s one example of a brand which polishes its products to perfection it’s Arcahorn! In their work they use horn, teamed with flawless exotic woods and supple leather, applying this technique to coffee tables as well as photo frames.