Yumi armchairs in the cover story of January issue of Icon Design.
Arco stool by Cantarutti at Vardo Restaurant in London.
Hyppo armchair by Cantarutti at the Mosaic Digital Hub in Lincoln.
Yumi armchair by Cantarutti at Redbird Restaurant in Atlanta.
Arco chair by Cantarutti at the iconic Shoryu Ramen in Oxford.
Matter, is a question of design. A question of real, visible design. The strength of a line is the result of matter moulded in its image.
Domus dedicates a page from the December issue to Cantarutti and its iconic product Ribbon.
Palmo and Obi – the two new collections by LucidiPevere for Cantarutti – among the new décor trends in the October issue of Marie Claire Maison Italy.
We thank you for having participated in the first edition of I-Made – Italian Manufacture, Art and Design Exhibition – during the London Design Festival 2019.
From September 19 to 22 Cantarutti takes part in the new I-Made exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London: an exhibition dedicated to Italian design and its iconic products.
Following the successful Clerkenwell Design Week, we are strengthening our ties with London: Cantarutti is now present in the British capital with a permanent space inside The Vault showroom.
Cantarutti will be a partner of The Vault showroom during Clerkenwell Design Week. We look forward to seeing you in London from 21 to 23 May 2019.
During the Design Week just passed we presented the new chair Cori at Superstudio Più in via Tortona, at the event Materica: The Beautiful Side Of Design.
Materica: The Beautiful Side Of Design, curated by Marie Claire Maison and /àr-o/ studio, in collaboration with Material ConneXion. Superstudio Più, via Tortona 27, Milan.
For us, fabrics are much more than just a detail, they are an integral part of the design. For this reason, within the new collections we have used an exceptional textile and colour designer, Giulio Ridolfo.
Cantarutti presents its new collection of seating; created with the ambition of bringing a recognisable and contemporary design into private and collective spaces.
Last week, in Cologne, we presented brand new Cantarutti collections under our ‘unexpected’ signature, the philosophy that has accompanied all of our activities for several months.
Cantarutti presents the catalogue dedicated to its most recent projects: Hart by Christoph Jenni, Hyppo by Valerio Sommella, Obi and Palmo by LucidiPevere, and Timber by Adam Goodrum.
Volumes 1 and 2 of our catalogue are available; the first is dedicated to the collections Why, Ribbon, Tipi, Stilo, Yumi and Sprint, and the second to the collections Arco, Celine, Coco, Frida and Vicky.
From 23rd to 27th October 2018 Cantarutti will participate to the next edition of Orgatec 2018 exhibition presenting the new collection: a dialogue between wood, textiles and colours.
Our new image, the result of a coordinated effort by professionals and creative people. The logo was created by the graphic designers at Think Work Observe and is the most obvious symbol of how we have evolved as a company.
You were contacted by Cantarutti three years ago to design a chair in their collection; today you’re coordinating the entire range. What was the path that led you to this work?