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Below is a selection of timeless Cassina creations currently in stock.
Mex Cube DESIGNED BY PIERO LISSONI
A flexible design sofa whose minimalist proportions were crafted to fit comfortably with any interior decor style, thanks to the variety of pieces and many possible arrangements.
Mex Cube is the intuition that turned into a project. A graceful succession of variations on a theme, in which each shape is purposely designed to keep pace with the rhythms of daily life and conversation.
Capitol Complex Armchair
DESIGN HOMMAGE À PIERRE JEANNERET Designed for Le Corbusier’s Capitol Complex building in Chandigarh, India, this design armchair is a reinterpretation by Cassina as a tribute to Pierre Jeanneret, a key figure in building the city.
The padding that surrounds the armrests and the generous seat and backrest cushions convey the idea of on-the-spot comfort as well as elegance and simplicity.
DESIGN GERRIT THOMAS RIETVELD Combining experimentation and comfort, Gerrit Thomas Rietveld signs this renowned design armchair in 1935 for the Metz & Co department store in Amsterdam.
The juxtaposition of right angles ‒ backrest and seat that meet at the floor and armrests that morph into support pieces ‒ are hallmark features of the Utrecht armchair, which became a symbol of the Neoplastic movement.
DESIGNED BY AFRA & TOBIA SCARPAA design armchair with soft, generous contours, designed to bring home casual, sophisticated comfort that opens the door to new, freer lifestyles.
The idea for this armchair that changed the face of upholstered furniture belongs to Afra and Tobia Scarpa, who designed it in 1969, starting with the new possibilities offered by the forming of polyurethane foam to create an unconventional look of leisure.
DESIGNED BY PATRICIA URQUIOLAA generously proportioned sectional sofa whose uncomplicated shapes conspire to reclaim light-hearted cozy moments, while its open lines invite conversation.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola and inspired by the Japanese custom of the cyclical reconstruction of temples, it is crafted to imbue modern living rooms with a ritual of welcome, physical and mental wellbeing and cordial informality.