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THE FESTIVE SEASON BY CASSINA


Discover a selection of colourful and creative proposals for the home that will please all design-lovers.

Cover of the ‘Echoes, Cassina. 50 Years of iMaestri’ book
Utrecht armchair by Gerrit T. Rietveld – Cassina iMaestri Collection

The celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the Cassina iMaestri Collection continue with ‘Echoes, Cassina. 50 Years of iMaestri’, curated by Ivan Mietton and published by Rizzoli. This must have book not only pays homage to a collection that has written the history of design but, above all, honours the company’s unique method in carrying out research and development in the pursuit of authenticity and culture.    

During this special time, a new edition of the Utrecht armchair by Gerrit T. Rietveld has been presented for the holiday season with a new lively upholstery in two colourways. Available for a limited period of time, the pattern recalls a red sunset shining through the needle-like leaves of a Scots pine.


Le Monde de Charlotte Perriand by Charlotte Perriand – Cassina iMaestri Collection with Ginori 1735, ph. Paola Pansini Bougeoir La Tourette candlestick by Le Corbusier – Cassina Details Collection, ph. Paola Pansini

 

 

Among the proposals from the Details collection, numerous accessories designed by the maestri complete the home. The Le Monde de Charlotte Perriand fine dinner set produced in collaboration with Ginori 1735, for example, is the perfect gift to embellish any dinner table during the festive season, while the Bougeoir La Tourette candlestick by Le Corbusier is a small bronze sculpture that illuminates with elegance and atmosphere.

Post Scriptum vases and containers by Formafantasma – Cassina Details Collection with Ginori 1735, ph. Paola Pansini Sestiere vases by Patricia Urquiola – Cassina Details Collection, ph. Paola Pansini

Cassina offers a wide selection of gift ideas including a vast collection of vases and objects by renowned contemporary designers, such as the Post Scriptum collection by Formafantasma which highlights the craftsmanship of the Ginori 1735 master painters, or the Sestiere vases by Patricia Urquiola, a modern interpretation of glass workmanship, typical of the island of Murano in Venice.