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Cassina upholstered furniture are distinguished by the quality of their design, the result of careful research that has been aiming for years to create the perfect partnership between quality and comfort. Among the great icons of the past, Cassina includes innovative objects where technology is increasingly gaining ground to guarantee an impeccable product. Cassina offers armchairs with low back, high back, two and three seats with fixed or swivel base. Among the accessories you can choose between a footrest and a relaxation mechanism, ideal for those who want to indulge in a few moments of comfort. The coverings are numerous and include fabric, velvet, leather and leather combined with the precious range of materials used for the structure. The Cassina palettes also allow an almost infinite color customization, giving way to the imagination and the taste to indulge oneself.


Cassina furnishings

In the fiery cultural excitement of the Second World War, Cesare Cassina met Vico Magistretti, to whom entrusted the creative direction of the company. In these years, the Architect designed the famous series of Carimate seats along with other iconic pieces such as Nuvola Rossa bookcase and 676 Maralunga sofa. By purchasing the rights to reproduce iconic pieces of the design history, the company lived a great phase of innovation ad growth.

The prestigious collection I Maestri reworked masterpieces of Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier, Gerrit Thomas Rietveld and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The LC series marked Cassina’s greatest success. The brand produced the LC4 chaise longue, the LC7 chair, the LC1 armchair and the LC2 and LC3 sofas designed by the Swiss Architect Le Corbusier along with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret.


Cassina design

Cassina’s production is not only focused on the rebuilding of great masters’ furnishings. On the contrary, the company has always established fruitful partnerships with well-known designers and architects of the Italian and international scene introducing new types of furnishings able to influence behaviors and lifestyles. In this context arises the Contemporanei collection consisted of beds, chairs, bookcases, sofas, storage units and design tables signed by Mario Bellini (Cab series), Piero Lissoni (Toot sofa, Naan table, 8 sofa and Mex table), Gaetano Pesce, Philippe Starck (Caprice chair), Zaha Hadid and Toshiyuki Kita (Dodo and Wink chair). Last but not least, Patricia Urquiola, the new company director since the 2015.