Cantarutti presents its new collection of seating;created with the ambition of bringing a recognisable and contemporary design into private and collective spaces. A new, classic style based on mediterranean culture and language, rewriting traditional forms in collaboration with Italian and international designers. Wood is maintained as our primary element. This material and our technical expertise are always in balance between craftsmanship and industrial production. Each development, involving tactile sensations, materials, fabrics and unusual colours, merges into a new chair concept; something new, different, unexpected.
Obi by LucidiPevere
The new project by LucidiPevere is an evolution of the classic bistrot chair. The Obi chair and stool collection is embellished by a wooden belt wrapped around the seat and backrest, which lends the project a distinctly expressive, versatile character.
Palmo by LucidiPevere
The Palmo collection unites two core concepts: one is the solid, monolithic and monochromatic structural elements and the other, the soft, comfy and brightly coloured cushions and backrest. Designed by the LucidiPevere duo, Palmo is available as a chair, armchair and stool.
Timber by Adam Goodrum
The Timber collection by the Australian designer Adam Goodrum comprises a chair, armchair, lounge chair, pouf and stool. Simple, like its name, Timber sports essential lines that lend themselves to a variety of interpretations depending on the finishes and combination of textures chosen.
Cosy by Valerio Sommella
Valerio Sommella has designed his first family of upholstered items for the Cantarutti brand. The wood element fades into the background and acts as a support for soft, full, padded forms that invite you to make yourself comfortable and relax. Available as a lounge chair, pouf and bench, Cosy can be upholstered in fabric or leather, and adapts easily to all contract areas – from waiting rooms to bars and restaurants.