Interior Design: The Best Projects By Top Italian Interior Designers

Published on: Apr 30, 2019

Interior Design: The Best Projects By Top Italian Interior Designers ⇒ We all know that most Italians have a good eye for design, decoration and creation. Italy is known for its, amazing interior designtop interior designers and luxury materials. Today, Interior Design Blogs will show you and help you explore the best that Italy has to offer when it comes to the best projects by the top Italian interior designers.


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Patricia Urquiola 

Interior Design The Best Projects By Top Italian Interior Designers


One of the names of the top interior designers is Patricia Urquiola. She has recently partnered up with Laufen to take extraordinary material into a third dimension, creating a new bathroom collection entitled SONAR.  Like its predecessor, Sonar showcases interior design skills, thanks to Laufen’s talent for attracting the industry’s best designers. Sonar is made of Laufen’s ultra-thin SaphirKeramik material, which boasts wafer-thin walls and tight-edge radii of 2 to 3mm. Urquiola tested the miracle material’s abilities even further by incorporating a three-dimensional texture for Sonar’s washbasin bowls’ external surfaces.


Dimore Studio

Interior Design The Best Projects By Top Italian Interior Designers


Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran invested in their individual experience with the profession and study of Design, Art and Fashion, and founded DIMORESTUDIO in 2003. The Dimore Studio presented their new exhibition during Milan Design WeekInterstellar. This interior design project presented the debut of Dimoremilano: the new brand that comprises furniture, fabric, object and outdoor collections by Dimorestudio. The shapes of this new collection are dry and robust as evidenced by their well-defined lines. The materials are aluminium, lacquers, brushed and polished steel, bronze and laminated surfaces and the colour used was black.  Launched in a historical building of the Rationalism era, which unveiled the vision and the evolution of Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci’s galaxy. The new furniture collection was the protagonist for four divisions created by coral silk partitions – bedroom, dining room, office and living room – showcasing the firm’s creations in their fullest splendour.


Antonio Citterio

Interior Design The Best Projects By Top Italian Interior Designers


Antonio Citterio is an Italian architect, interior and furniture designer. During Salone Del Mobile 2019, Citterio launched his most recent interior design project, the launch of a series of new elements in Maxalto’s collection that direct the brand’s rich history towards the future. Three products to be more precise. Apollo that presents a new range of upholstery composed of three different sofa types. Caratos was first presented in 2017 and it’s expanding this year, with a small armchair with armrest, an armchair, a tub armchair, two stools with swivel seats, a bench, an ottoman and a coffee table.


Piero Lissoni

Interior Design The Best Projects By Top Italian Interior Designers


Piero Lissoni is an Italian architect and interior designer known for his work with contemporary furniture design. Recently, Lissoni created an interior design collection for Knoll called KN Collection. The collection was entirely designed by the Italian designer and is a seating collection with an amazing style, capable of making every moment a precious opportunity for open interaction and the pleasure of socializing, or for use in private spaces. Combined with ample measurements, provide a balanced blend of compactness and comfort, the collection has minimalistic tones and offers maximum relaxation for those who choose it.



Interior Design The Best Projects By Top Italian Interior Designers


Cassina is an Italian furniture luxury brand. During Milan Design Week, Cassina presented the Cassina Milan Showroom which was the epitome of The Cassina Perspective with an installation curated by the company’s Art Director Patricia Urquiola. The store windows were transformed with a blue perspectival grid that envelops part of the showroom, both on the floor and partially on the walls, resulting in amazing interior design.




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