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Cassina
Founded in 1927 by the brothers Cesare and Umberto in the heart of Brianza furniture, Cassina is one of the long-lived Made in Italy industrial design companies. From the early ‘30s, Cassina brothers identified the strong demand for home furnishings and interpreted in a far-sighted way the renewed taste of the new emerging classes. From this intuition, Cassina started a real revolution in the indoor furnishings design. Since then, the company has been pursuing a path of research and innovation, involving prestigious designers and architects in the study of new furnishings models. In the last few years the collaboration with Gio Ponti has begun. Thanks to this partnership were born the 646 chair, known as Leggera, and the subsequent model 699 or Superleggera.Read more

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Le Corbusier

Le Corbusier
Le Corbusier (1887-1965) is one of the most illustrious names in world architecture of the twentieth century. Swiss by birth, but French by adoption, he is considered the great master of the Modern Movement, a current that revolutionized architecture in the period between the two World Wars. Refined theorist, he effectively conceptualized the pillars of a new architecture, destined to change the world, and of a revolutionary urban conception. He was a pioneer in the use of concrete and designed buildings that have now risen to symbolize the twentieth century, such as Ville Savoye, the Chapel of Notre-Dame du Haut or the Unité d'Habitation complex in Marseille. He was also a designer, author also in this field of products that have made history, often in collaboration with his cousin Pierre Jeanneret and his assistant Charlotte Perriand. His furniture was re-edited in series starting in 1965 by the Italian Cassina company, in an operation of great philological rigor and extraordinary success, while his lamps are now produced by Nemo.Read more