Living Divani decided to make a unique initiative for its 50th anniversary during Milan Design Week: with “The Uncollected Collection”, they’ve surprised many people during that week not only by setting up a maze of mirrors at the historical spaces of Palazzo Crivelli, but also by presenting a new set of […]
Porro was founded in Brianza, the traditional birthplace of Italian quality furniture. In the heart of this area, in the small town of Montesolaro of Carimate, the brothers Giulio and Stefano Porro, established in 1925 their first workshop dedicated to the production of old-style pieces of furniture, original re-elaborations of the English and French furniture of the past centuries, produced for the newborn Milanese bourgeoisie.
Porro stands out for its essential and immediately identified language, with simple signs, geometries, shapes, without forgetting in case of highly complex production processing too, its unique company philosophy: simplicity above all.
We share with you some design ideas of how you can decorate your areas with this amazing italian furniture.
Modern Closet Design
This closet designed by Porro will fit perfectly in any master bathroom or in a private closet.
Modern Bedroom Furniture
This image depicts the Lakki beds, developed by Piero Lissoni. A modern minimalist bedroom furnishings that drawing inspiration from the design of the excellent masters of Italian design and style of the fifties and sixties, essential and without decorations, it brings an environment of rigorous simplicity into the bedroom.
The dyed black ash construction of Lakki, slender and elongated, is composed of wooden legs linked laterally by a slim band.
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Modern Home Office Design Ideas
As a place for working, it can be denied that home office room should be providing a comfortable, cool, and also calm atmosphere in order to we can feel relax in doing our job. Porro have all your dream home office need, these modern home office design and furniture are some of their great design.