The move into furniture was a natural transition for the firm who has been designing bespoke pieces for its clients for many years. Highly influenced by architecture, the range is characterised by its linear qualities and sensual finishes, with the hope of creating furniture that is alluring to both sight and touch.
Designed by one half of the duo behind the firm, Piero Manara, Casamanara – Edizioni works closely with highly-skilled artisans in the production of their pieces, in a bid to help support craftsmanship versus industrialisation. A number of designs will have had multiple artists working on them before the final product is revealed, adding a unique history and hand-made quality to the collection. Manara himself says of the designs, “Our philosophy is simple, we aim to stand out as the clear choice amongst the myriad of contemporary furniture being produced today. We want our clients to naturally think of us when they are looking for something more emotive and personal.”
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