For more than fifty years in Cantù, furniture capital city in Brianza, we can find a company which, thanks to its constant stylistic search and its unque- stioned manual skills, designs and creates furniture solutions able to give to the home a taste of refined elegance, in continuous union between past and present.
Mariner is one of the most exclusive lighting and furniture manufacturers in the world. Since 1893, the year in which it was founded, Mariner has been producing well-designed, high quality lighting and furniture. Mariner’s original artisanal workshops existed even before electrification and have developed over time to become the current modern manufacturer that hasn’t lost its own personal style.
In addition to semi-classical crystal lamps, Iris Cristal’s modern and contemporary products are also very impressive and varied. With unique, eye-catching and impressive designs such as contemporary art works and unlimited creativity on high quality crystal material. Iris Cristal created a very unique and unmistakable color for any other famous brand.
Beginning in 1916, the Asnaghi furniture brand has been on the market for over 100 years and has won the world leading position in the production of high class classic furniture and characterized by traditional craft production processes, exclusive in Italy. Asnaghi always wanted to recreate the charming lines in luxurious classical architecture, as well as constantly innovating to meet all the most complex architectural styles.
The Riperlamp Group is currently considered one of the most important companies in the field of decorative and classical lighting in Europe. It specializes in the production of bronze chandeliers, lamps and other accessories for hotels, theaters, churches, residences and representative buildings. Riperlamp products are exported to more than 80 countries around the world.
Since 1295, Barovier & Toso continues to bring the beauty of Murano glass from the 17th century to the world. The leading brand in the world of the legendary Murano glass. When you visit to the beautiful land of Venice, surely you can not ignore the opportunity to admire the wonderful glass works, as well as listen to the famous historical story The Murano Glass Blower. From there, it is understandable why the Murano glass works are so expensive.