You have no items in your shopping cart.

Design Magazine

Celebrate the future and its constant evolution, without ever forget the past, that's the principal aim of "Origins of the Future", the new Cassina collection, recently presented at Salone del Mobile (12/17 April 2016 , Milano Rho Fair).

The new 2016 collection was inspired by the idea that existence is the result of a dynamic and evolving process. Hence the need to rediscover and reinterpret the icons of design, adapting them to a changing world. That’s why tradition and innovation go hand in hand, following a cyclical process.

Cassina’s Manifesto, a step away from the 90th anniversary (which will fall in 2017), has been inspired by questions and reflections on contemporary society and its reverberations in the world of forms and colors. A continuous "becoming", a "future that is renewed," to explore to bring out aspects unknown and to trace new paths.

The collection includes models made by the most important Cassina’s contemporary artists and designers. Chairs, sofas, armchairs, indoor and outdoor furniture to transform the spaces into real places to live, revisiting a contemporary icons that have marked Cassina’s story.

DISCOVER THE INDIA'S LANDSCAPES THANKS TO  LE CORBUISER COLLECTION CONTEST CASSINA. WIN A TRIP FOR TWO OR THREE CHANDIGARH, INDIA. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the LC Collection (Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand), Cassina, with the sponsorship of the Le Corbusier Foundation, offers a unique opportunity to experience one of the most important architectural projects of Le Corbusier: the city model Chandigarh.

The German magazine Hauser portrays Cassina's joinery, which operates as an industry but has not renounced their artisan origins. Cassina works as an industry but has not renounced their artisan origins. In the traditional factory, in the north of Milan, classic Rietveld, Le Corbusier and Mackintosh are made by hand largely, as in a Renaissance workshop. Hauser portrays joinery Cassina revealing the best of this leading company on the international scene.

Cassina shares its passion with Louis Vuitton for Charlotte Perriand and launches a limited edition (1000 pieces) of the evocative LC4 chaise-longue designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand to honour this pioneering architect.


Post your comment Design Shop