De Castelli

Faithful to its decision to reinstate the special role of metal in design and experimentation De Castelli infuses artisan ideas and workmanship into industrial processes leading to entirely original results. The encounter with design inspires an approach to materials founded upon respect for their potential be it hidden or obvious which emerges slowly in a collection of pieces that despite being part of a series remain unique. Unique not only for the hand that has created them but also for the singular cultural path that focuses on the aesthetic (and not just practical) value of the primordial material with which De Castelli shapes living spaces. Exclusively for Boffi| De Padova, Piero Lissoni focuses on DeErosion, the unique finishing designed by De Castelli thanks to a special technique of monitored erosion that creates nature-like textures, inspired to the passing of time. The handmade process leads to final results that can change in homogeneity and color, confirming the uniqueness of each piece.

De Castelli

Bonacina 1889

The identity of Bonacina1889 originates from a material, rattan, from a family, Bonacina, and from a region, Brianza.
For more than a century the company went along styles and trends to the time maintaining its quality and design characteristics untouched and keeping in mind that trends are mere representation and not the foundations to base the company on. Today Vittorio Bonacina and Pierantonio Bonacina come together in Bonacina1889. The company remains faithful to the natural raw materials that mostly defined its culture while consolidating the know-how regarding the outdoor world, inherited from the recent acquisition. Now as then, each piece is hand-crafted by specialized artisans who carefully and finely curve rattan canes, weave and bind rattan core and synthetic materials – such as Bopifil, Polypeel, Polycore, Krilon® and Rolon – giving birth to architects and designers projects, carrying out an international divulgative process. The fourth generation, relying on its heritage, looks at the future evolving and innovating constantly with dynamic and passionate spirit.

Bonacina 1889

Salvatori

Now in its third generation, Salvatori are pioneers in researching and cutting their array of natural stones, protagonists in their prestigious portfolio of unique interior design projects. Aimed at showcasing the beauty of the everyday, their chosen path is linked to ours, combing meticulousness to a distitinve aesthetic. The craftsmanship and the natural finishes make possible even the most special projects, delivering effortless results and timeless emotions.

Salvatori