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Luxury Design Brands: 6 Top Italian Brands to Follow

Luxury Design Brands: 6 Top Italian Brands to Follow. As the first line suggests it, in this article will give you a list of 6 Italian Luxury Design Brands for you to follow on social media and to get to know better!

 

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Luxury Design: Roberto Cavalli Home

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Credits – Roberto Cavalli Home

Officially launched in 2012, the group offers a wide range of furniture and interior design accessories developed in collaboration with sector’s specialists: JC passion for furniture, Industria Emiliana Parati for wallpapers, Gruppo Ceramichee Richetti SPA for tiles, Caleffi SPA for home textiles and Compagnia del Cristallo SPA for tableware.

Luxury Design: Fendi Casa

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Credits – Fendi Casa

The rich Fendi Casa catalogue contains furnishings for every area of your home. Seamlessly integrating modern advancements with retro details, the collection adds an elegant and inviting ambience. Part of the Luxury Living Group, Fendi Casa brings a little bit of the flair into our home.

 

Luxury Design: Armani Casa

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Credits – Armani Casa

Armani Casa is one of the best brands, related to luxury furniture, made in Italy. With its quality craftsmanship, Armani is the zenith of Italian design, incorporating its fashion perspective onto the contemporary design pieces they so excellently produce.

 

Luxury Design: Edra

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Credits – Edra

 

Edra is the evolution of modern technology and artistic tradition. The production is the result of a blend of talent for invention, specialized craftsmanship, research on innovative technologies and materials. The pieces are created with such care as to become unique, unmistakable presences. Sofas and cabinets that adapt to all kinds of spaces, contemporary or traditional homes, public venues, international museums.

Luxury Design: Poltrona Frau

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Credits – Poltrona Frau

Poltrona Frau Group’s furniture has always been recognized for its exceptional quality that starts from the careful and meticulous selection of raw materials. All stages of the production process are subject to rigorous quality monitoring. From design to experimentation with innovative materials, from aesthetic research to the production of every single piece and up to final testing. Their quality brings the signature of art of making and of an artisanal and industrial capacity consolidated in almost a century of history and experience, unchanged in the spirit, but always ready to face the challenges of modernity.

 

Luxury Design: Molteni & Dada

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Credits – Molteni

The story of a family, a legacy and a passion for things beautiful and for finely crafted furniture, a culture forged and nurtured within the firm. This is how it has always been, for Molteni&C. Since 1934, when it started out as a joinery workshop eager to exhibit its furniture at the Monza Biennali, which later became the Milan Triennali, and to make its debut in the world of art and culture, attracting the attention of the critics and of an increasingly international public.

 

 

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