Our design furniture

The fusion of our passions for a new and exclusive design furniture
It is obvious to say that we love Ceramics and Vietri in particular for its Colors, Decorations, the Warmth that it gives and, above all, for the centuries-old Tradition behind this Art. But, we also love innovation and fusion and it is therefore by combining and "MIXING" Ceramica Vietrese, the Tradition it represents, with the innovation represented by Industrial Design and materials such as Iron, Wood, Cast Iron that our idea of a New Line of Furniture with UNIQUE Style and Design !!
A fusion of unique and opposite materials, which by binding together create unique Post Conceptual Art pieces, halfway between Industrial Design and Glamor Elegance Design.
Ironwork - photo by pixabay.com
Ironwork - photo by pixabay.com
Iron
The ironwork dates back to our primitive men, who with fire, a few tools and a lot of sweat molded this material to make tools, but also furnishings and objects for every day. The iron participant and creator in the industrial revolution of the 1800s, today finds new space and new life in the design of our homes, with a post-industrial movement that proposes furniture made of iron, worked, recovered, painted and sometimes even left with its natural rust patina.
Woodworking - Photo by Gerald Lobenwein from Pixabay
Woodworking - Photo by Gerald Lobenwein from Pixabay
Wood
Even this noble material, which has always been in human life, used since the dawn of the world to heat or cook, but also and above all to build shelters, then houses, then furniture. Today, in our design furniture we use old recycled woods, precious and less valuable woods, but which each time must return warmth and emotion
Processing of Ceramics - photo from pexels by Regiane Tosatt
Processing of Ceramics - photo from pexels by Regiane Tosatt
Ceramic
The manufacture of ceramics follows the rules of tradition with manual processes and the application of that knowledge handed down from the fathers to the children, inside the small workshops of the Master Ceramists.