Organic types make LaCividina furnishings a pure preference

Organic and natural kinds make LaCividina household furniture a organic preference

Household furniture maker LaCividina combines Italian workmanship and organic and natural design to generate eye-catching collections


In partnership with LaCividina

French designer Constance Guisset’s ‘Waves’ ottomans for LaCividina had been motivated by purely natural forms: the rippling surface of the sea, loaded colours of rolling earth, the waving, dancing flora and fauna. And the home furnishings system’s probable compositions – with varying modular shapes and dimensions, joined collectively by intelligent magnet fastenings, as properly as further backrests, appropriate picket espresso tables, concealed plug sockets and USB ports – are as limitless as the synergetic kinships transpiring in the pure earth.

The ottomans are only just one of myriad tasteful and ingenious types coming out of LaCividina’s factory in northern Italy to surface in present-day domestic environments, hotels, lounges and hospitality venues all around the environment.

 ‘Waves’ dormeuse, by Constance Guisset for LaCividina

Using ‘Made in Italy’ excellence around the world

Showcasing LaCividina’s ‘Made in Italy’ philosophy and values, the brand’s adaptable home furnishings items are crafted by expert artisans from great Italian materials, and grace prestigious interiors such as the lounge parts of Milan’s Linate, Great and Singapore airports, the Dropbox offices in Tel Aviv, and the George Place business enterprise centre foyer in Sydney, Australia.

Yet another of LaCividina’s organic and natural patterns is Suiseki, a assortment of pebbled-shaped sofas by the Italian designer Andrea Steidl, who looked to the Japanese artwork of arranging normally developing stones to make a collection of clean modular things in earthy tones.

In the meantime, La Cividina’s futuristic ‘Filinea’ armchair, by the Milan-primarily based artist Antonino Sciortino, mimics the graphic, hydrocarbon mesh of the Pencil Cactus plant. Established from slim metal rods just a handful of millimetres thick, the ‘Filinea’s intersecting geometric filaments conspire to make a super-light-weight armchair with an airy body.

An workout in virtuosity, innovation and technological skill, ‘Filinea’ epitomises La Cividina’s successful combine of environment-course layout, expert workmanship, large-high-quality supplies and extraordinary awareness to element. §

‘Filinea’, by Antonino Sciortino for LaCividina