Ditre Italia: Style and Comfort Night and Day

The sofas, beds and furnishing accessories by Ditre create coordinated spaces that meet contemporary style and wellbeing needs

Exclusive objects in which sartorial details become a design choice, high quality products with a unique style, coordinated and enveloping living proposals: these are the characteristics of Ditre Italia sofas, beds, armchairs and furnishing accessories, designed to enhance contemporary comfort.And the Ditre Italia flagship store, located in a historic building in the heart of Milan, at Via Carducci 38, presents the creations of the Veneto-based company on a large, bright stage. Among them is Evans, the sofa designed by Guido Rosati that becomes a bed, available also in the corner version.Refined taste and high craftsmanship distinguish the new sofa collections Althon and Nevyll, for which designers Gabriele and Oscar Buratti have chosen natural leather and fine fabrics to create fixed and modular solutions.Attention to detail, sartorial style and careful study in the combination of materials, fabrics and leathers can be seen in the Kanaha beds (The Relax Collection), designed by Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri, who wanted to reinterpret the style of the great masters of design.The company entrusted Stefano Spessotto with the design of Aulos, the series of accessories with transparent glass tops and metal legs arranged in an asymmetrical way.Very elegant in the dual front-back colored version, St. Tropez is the armchair by Ditre dedicated to relaxation, thanks to its comfortable, slightly oversized seat. Sober, but never banal colors give personality to soft furniture and accessories such as the Scratch rug, which, when combined, offer harmony and functionality. Text Giulia Bruno]

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