The latest by Pianca

Pianca presents two new collections designed by Pier Luigi Frighetto and Luciano Marson

Dedalo, designed by Luciano Marson for Pianca

Presented at the recent Salone del Mobile in Milan, the latest Pianca products are feature in the new catalogues respectively dedicated to Pier Luigi Frighetto and Luciano Marson.

Progetti di design 06

The Progetti di design 06 catalogue features furnishings designed by Pier Luigi Frighetto. They include the Nice sofa, which, aside from its design and spatial concept, is characterized by grosgrain trim on its upholstered elements, a design feature shared with the pouf version of Mambo.

Pierluigi Frighetto

On the other hand, the new elegant and sophisticated Tobias sofa features statement tone-on-tone vertical stitching. An evolution of the Delano collection, Delano up adds new modules to the compositional options, including pouf and end elements.

Nice sofa

Ella, Fedra and Regina are the armchairs designed by Frighetto for Pianca. Ella is ultra-versatile and curvy, Fedra is elegant and bold, while Regina is more unconventional with its oversized volumes. The catalogue is rounded off with the solid wood Scacco coffee table and the Mambo series of coffee tables and poufs.

Fedra armchairs and Mambo coffe table

Progetti di design 07

Luciano Marson is the creative genius behind the products featured in Progetti di design 07. Entirely made of marble, the Corinto table features a uniquely sculptural design on the top and legs. Stunningly beautiful and opulent, the table is perfect for furnishing luxurious spaces. Texture is the key focus in the Enea table with top and shaped legs in solid wood.

Luciano Marson

Lastly, the collection closes with the new sideboard version added to the Dedalo collection of bedroom storage furniture. The interior compartment, free of vertical dividers, can be fully customized and fitted with special lighting and an inner bar compartment.

Corinto marble table

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