A STORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE, OF SUGGESTED FUNCTIONS, OF DISCREET TEACHINGS AND PRACTICAL BEAUTY
From its very foundation in the 1950s, Danese Milano has been a company that adds value to space.
It does this thanks to the innovative and striking objects that it produces. The spirit of the times and the focus on the needs and desires of the human being are reflected in the importance that the company gives to the selection of the designers it chooses to work with. The quality of the materials it uses and the shapes that it has created to date go beyond passing seasonal trends.
The creation of archetypes for the home and office, and the desire to design ever-contemporary objects with an innovative nature that cannot be diluted by the passing of time, is the tradition that Carlotta de Bevilacqua, CEO of Danese Milano since 1999, endeavours to respect and continue. She has chosen to reconfirm a forward thinking outlook in a historic Italian design company.
The history of Danese Milano is a story of material culture, of suggested functions, of discreet teachings and practical beauty. The legacy of the company founders is still the core of Danese Milano’s catalogue where the work of Bruno Munari, Enzo Mari, Angelo Mangiarotti and Achille Castiglioni is continued by Elliot Erwitt, Marco Ferreri, Naoto Fukasawa and Martì Guixè and goes on to resonate within the work of Paolo Rizzato, Francisco Gomez Paz, BIG and James Irvine.