Antonio Citterio, Gaetano Pesce, Patricia Urquiola, Barber Osgerby, Davide Oldani and Ico & Luisa Parisi come together in the new, eclectic Cassina collection presented during the 2023 Milan Design Week.
Decorative lighting continues to be the hallmark of the balanced and distinctive Cassina Lighting collection, including designs by Tobia Scarpa, Philippe Starck, Linde Freya Tangelder and Paolo Ulian.
Functionality and strong aesthetic appeal bring to life Eitie, consisting of three lighting rods that can easily change their position and function.
Valor.S, on the other hand, is inspired by the French tradition of brightly coloured ceramics, which lends the object a smooth, polished shape.
The liquid effect creates unique interplays of trasparency and light in Wax, Stone, and Light, whose irregular shapes recall those of ancient totem poles.
The metal base and adjustable borosilicate glass tubes of the new Fluxus-E allow the lamp to be easily reassembled and cleaned.
For the 50th anniversary of iMaestri, Cassina celebrates the masters who marked the history of design changing the way we think about furniture, from Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, and Franco Albini to Ico Parisi, Gio Ponti and Carlo Scarpa, to name a few.
The icons revisited for the occasion include Doge Laguna, which recreates the look of the Venetian lagoon, Table Monta, with its even tones and details, Fauteuil Grand Confort 2 and 3, and Chaise Longue à reglage continu, with new circular and comfortable upholstery.
Maralunga 50 returns in an exclusive red Babuk leather version, while the iconic Principi chair shows its refined design and manufacturing quality to the general public for the first time.
Moncloud is back in a circular version, with a separable chaise longue, curled cushions and a spring back effect.
Following the success of the best-selling armchair of 2022, Cassina also launches the Capitol Complex Sofa, alongside the Esosoft Armchair and Esosoft Bed, which feature sinuous upholstery and fine tactile details. The selection is also joined by Tamburound, a chair that owes its uniqueness to the rotation of the seat and back that can move independently.
Among the classic pieces that have been revisited we also find Cab Tab in a leather upholstery and the furniture family consisting of Ghost Wall and Ghost Box, the system of wall-hung elements and storage units designed for every area of the home.
The sculptural structure of the Hayama Family is enriched with three new lacquered models with distinctive features. And finally, Cassina's details come to life in the small additions Taac, Torrecotta, Impronta, Cross and Bougeoir La Tourette, in the Tapis rugs, in the No Vanitas mirror and in the Risacca screen.
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