Cassina

Cassina is an iconic Italian furniture manufacturer that was established in Northern Italy in 1927 by brothers Cesare and Umberto Cassina. Initially they were a small family workshop producing modest pieces of wooden furniture - this later extended to include armchairs.

During the 1950s, Cassina launched industrial design in Italy, working side by side with designers. Cassina furniture is still made in Northern Italy with production carried out on a industrial scale, but with the combination of the manual skills of the craftsmen overseeing the production on workstations.

In 1964 the Cassina Masters Collection was born with the rights to produce the designs of Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand. These included the LC1, LC2 and LC3 armchairs and the LC4 chaise longue. In 1968 Cassina required production rights to some of the Bauhaus objects and the rights to reproduce designs by Frank Lloyd Wright. In 1971 Cassina bought the rights to produce Charles Rennie Mackintosh designs.

Today Cassina is one of the most well-know names for high-end furniture and produce a broad range of Cassina furniture designed to last a lifetime. Cassina triumph when designing upholstered items and working in leather and wood.

The key to their success was to give the Cassina designers a free rein with their ideas leading to imaginative concepts and the confidence to push design boundaries. Cassina is both brave and innovative in its approach, exploring new production techniques, materials and looks.

Cassina continue to research into new innovations, experimenting with style and design - while maintaining historical values and traditions. Cassina aren’t associated with just one style - looking through their collection you will be treated to a tour that is rich in history and transformation.

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