In 2019, Visionnaire, a pioneer of contemporary Italian furniture celebrated its 15 years of success at Salone del Mobile. At Zola Predosa (Bologna), the historic Italian company IPE was found by the brothers Carlo, Pompeo, and Vittorio Cavalli.
Their entrepreneurial adventure in the world of furnishings, specializing in the creation of upholstered pieces made with expanded polyurethane, takes on the character of a revolution of engineering and style, standing apart from the production processes of the time. We have particularly fallen in love with their dining areas, the Italian furniture brand really takes attention to all the details, and their luxury furniture is truly mesmerizing.
An ensemble of elegance and architectural references that creates a clean, essential, Japanese-style design, to make people dream further.
The Tanya chair is clearly inspired by design in northern Europe and the automotive world, softened by the organic design of Lazzeroni. This is a great creation by the Italian furniture brand.
A unique and evocative collection, a merge between nature and materials that elevates the dining room design to a suggestive and spiritual space.
This Italian furniture, Astrid, is inspired by botany, seems to welcome us among its “leaves” that unfold to form seat and back supported by slender aluminum supports, the “roots”.
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Clean geometries and large volumes are the distinguishing features of the round Opera table, decorated with ridged wood detailing that defines the cylindrical base – in turn, divided into three offset sections, highlighted by vertical metal elements.
The table is proposed in combination with the Carmen chairs and armchairs. Aren’t these pieces from this Italian furniture brand simple amazing?