Organic and natural kinds make LaCividina home furniture a purely natural decision

Organic and natural kinds make LaCividina home furniture a purely natural decision

Organic kinds make LaCividina home furniture a organic decision

Furnishings maker LaCividina combines Italian workmanship and natural and organic layout to develop eye-catching collections
 

 

In partnership with LaCividina

French designer Constance Guisset’s ‘Waves’ ottomans for LaCividina had been impressed by organic sorts: the rippling surface of the sea, loaded colors of rolling earth, the waving, dancing flora and fauna. And the home furniture system’s probable compositions – with varying modular styles and sizes, joined collectively by intelligent magnet fastenings, as properly as additional backrests, compatible wood coffee tables, concealed plug sockets and USB ports – are as infinite as the synergetic kinships developing in the normal world.

The ottomans are only a single of myriad classy and ingenious models coming out of LaCividina’s factory in northern Italy to seem in modern day domestic environments, motels, lounges and hospitality venues all-around the planet.

 ‘Waves’ dormeuse, by Constance Guisset for LaCividina

Having ‘Made in Italy’ excellence worldwide

Showcasing LaCividina’s ‘Made in Italy’ philosophy and values, the brand’s flexible household furniture items are crafted by skilled artisans from good Italian supplies, and grace prestigious interiors such as the lounge spots of Milan’s Linate, Good and Singapore airports, the Dropbox places of work in Tel Aviv, and the George Position business enterprise centre lobby in Sydney, Australia.

Yet another of LaCividina’s natural and organic styles is Suiseki, a collection of pebbled-shaped sofas by the Italian designer Andrea Steidl, who looked to the Japanese artwork of arranging in a natural way occurring stones to create a sequence of smooth modular aspects in earthy tones.

In the meantime, La Cividina’s futuristic ‘Filinea’ armchair, by the Milan-dependent artist Antonino Sciortino, mimics the graphic, hydrocarbon mesh of the Pencil Cactus plant. Created from skinny steel rods just a couple of millimetres thick, the ‘Filinea’s intersecting geometric filaments conspire to make a super-light-weight armchair with an airy frame.

An exercising in virtuosity, innovation and technical skill, ‘Filinea’ epitomises La Cividina’s profitable mix of environment-class style, specialist workmanship, superior-good quality materials and outstanding interest to element. §

‘Filinea’, by Antonino Sciortino for LaCividina