20th Century Italian Design part 1: history defines a new movement

20th Century Italian Design part 1: history defines a new movement

We are not surprised that Italian design has reached the highest level of popularity worldwide. We all looking to embellish our homes with wonderful Italian furniture which we stare at, standing fiercely in those beautiful showroom or printed over some of the most popular magazines. It is not anymore perceived as a trend, but more likely as a movement.  And 20th Century Design has made a sharp and impressive come back, with Italian 20th Century Furniture leading the market. As of today, a Beautiful Carlo Mollino wardrobe desktitled “ Psiche Armadio “  is for sale at a famous New York Auction house starting at 250,000$. 

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Italian Design looks at a more open home and wants to merge spaces

Italian Design looks at a more open home and wants to merge spaces

Erase room boundaries - Italian design wants to eliminate separation in between areas of your home. We see this modern concept applied to different areas such as living room and bedroom. This new modern bedroom set is a clear example of modern Italian functionality and design, where several elements can be used in your bedroom and living room.  

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Italian Modern sofa beds : new season new options

Italian Modern sofa beds : new season new options

The latest 2016 Milan Design week has brought us some of the best Italian designs for the new season. We are presenting two smart and stylish new modern sofa beds with raised bottoms following the same path of a modern sofa while offering a comfortable queen size sleep option. 

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Vintage materials set new boundaries : Modern Wall Units

Vintage materials set new boundaries : Modern Wall Units

April is the month of design in Italy. Every year the Milan Design Week held in Milan bring us more exciting new products and creative top quality Italian furniture.  This year, Italian design looks at the future with great attention to the past and the environment. A revolutionary wall system with clear foundations: recycling existing materials such as old wood , glass and iron, outsourced from old Italian countryside estates and factories, giving them new forms and new lives.

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