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New Arrivals

Every week discover new artisans and handmade pieces: This week explore new in seating by Baleri, colorful resin vases by Corsi Design Factory, decorative panels by The Arter, Bauhaus inspired furniture by Archilab Design, decorative screens by Anna Paola Cibin and lighting by Laiton Milano.

Shop The Arter

Introducing The Arter. Amelia Corvino is a designer, illustrator, and art director who specialized in set design from the Accademia di Belle Arti of Venice. Italian of Mexican origin, Corvino finds her inspiration for an ideal, unifying world by merging different cultures and capturing them in a single work of art. Combining unique, contrasting styles from East and West, Arabic patterns and sacred Mexican symbolism, she creates decorative panels handcrafted with refined Venetian fabrics.

    Explore decorative panels on The Arter ​O​nli​n​e​ Sh​op.

    Shop Laiton Milano

    Introducing Laiton Milano. Laiton is a young, Milan-based brand specialized in contemporary lighting distinguished for its exquisite craftsmanship, high-quality materials, and timeless design. Established in 2017, its unique creations boast pure and simple lines with a distinct Italian aesthetic, brought to life by master artisans with a tireless passion for quality and precision.

      Discover bespoke lighting on Laiton Milano Onli​n​e S​h​o​p.

      Shop Anna Paola Cibin

        Introducing Anna Paola CibinVenice-born artist Anna Paola Cibin studied art and design at the Institute of Art in Venice. After a brief period in London, she returned to Venice to collaborate with Murano’s glass masters, and in 1997, she began painting on velvet, a technique inspired by old Venetian tapestry tradition. Her talent, passion, and constant search for details produce entirely original and captivating art pieces blending Venetian-glass elements, gold-and silver-leaf decorations on luxurious velvets. Her works have been showcased in Vienna, Paris, London, New York, and Singapore.

        Discover unique screens on Anna Paola Cibin O​nline Sh​op.

        Shop Archilab Design

        Archilab Design New In. Archilab is an ambitious design company located in Barberino Tavarnelle, the metropolitan area of Florence. Established in the 1990s, its core mission is to reproduce with utmost precision iconic chairs, tables, armchairs, and other products by legendary designers, including Mies Van der Rohe, Mackintosh, and Marcel Breuer. These brilliant minds took advantage of industrial technology to mass-produce cutting-edge furniture, ranging from Bauhaus to Art Deco, to meet modern society’s everyday needs.

          Discover stunning lighting on Archilab Design O​nl​i​ne​ S​h​​op.

          Shop Baleri

          Matteo di Ciommo New In. Founded in 1984 by Enrico Baleri and Marilisa Decimo, Baleri Italia is based in Albano S. Alessandro in Bergamo. Recognizable for its iconic red rooster logo, Baleri is renowned internationally for its elegant functional furniture designs that combine rigorous forms with a classical-contemporary style. Baleri Italia has received many awards and recognitions for their work, notably the Compasso d’Oro in 1994 for Cartoons, a room divider that has been a permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art of New York since 2001.

          Explore more furniture on Baleri On​​​line S​​h​op.

          Shop Corsi Design

          Corsi Design New In. Andrea Corsi started the Corsi Design Factory in 2007 after collaborating for several years with important design companies. The young craftsmen and artists who work here are all graduated from Accademia di Brera and Politecnico School in Milan and have the opportunity to team up with other designers, using contemporary materials and implying artisanal methods in every step of production. The collections Fish Design, Mendinismi and Nativo Campana were created respectively along with artists Gaetano Pesce, Alessandro Mendini and the Campana brothers.

            Explore beautiful vases on Corsi Design O​n​line S​h​​op

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