Cattelan Italia has been offering customisation services throughout its 40-year history, making it well placed to serve a contemporary global market that celebrates the individual.

Cattelan Italia’s new material developments include Argile, a natural clay finish, a burnished bronze glass with a hammered finish called Moonglass and Keramik in Kaindy and Corcovado

Have it your way: Cattelan Italia | News

Cattelan Italia’s new material developments include Argile, a natural clay finish, a burnished bronze glass with a hammered finish called Moonglass and Keramik in Kaindy and Corcovado

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Choice has always been key to Cattelan Italia, the 40-year-old design house. But with customisation now an essential consideration for a global market seeking furniture that is made-to-measure and perfectly aligned with a distinct architectural scheme, the brand is expanding its material palette while providing technical support that makes adapting catalogue pieces to unique spaces ever more achievable.

  • Skorpio Keramik

    Skorpio Keramik

    Cattelan Italia

Table tops can be chosen from a large palette of materials and their precise shape and details adapted to a room, while shelving can be customised to a space using 3D configuration techniques

Have it your way: Cattelan Italia | News

Table tops can be chosen from a large palette of materials and their precise shape and details adapted to a room, while shelving can be customised to a space using 3D configuration techniques

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  • Airport

    Airport

    Cattelan Italia

Italian savoir-faire in the manufacture of Cattelan Italia’s furniture extends to the expert manipulation of materials old and new alongside the creation of entirely new surfaces and making technologies. In recent years, it has become something of a laboratory, developing surfaces that offer ever more finishes and functionalities, whether it’s new glass textures such as Moonglass – a burnished bronze glass with a hammered relief, new clay finishes (Argile) or unique techniques for building finely finished wood surfaces such as Masterwood, a complex hand-worked surface made from diagonally arranged wooden planks.

Fresh designs for its ceramic (Keramik) surfaces or crystal glass (CrystalArt) tops are also regularly added. Often suggestive of richly pigmented and veined marbles, or majestic metals, these patterns and finishes are developed by the company’s R&D department and entirely unique to its catalogue.

  • Lancer Wood

    Lancer Wood

    Cattelan Italia

Masterwood, with its diagonally arranged planks and finely rounded edges, is a new tabletop offering that expands further the bespoke options available. Upholstery options for beds and seating include over 40 colours and many leather and fabric variants

Have it your way: Cattelan Italia | News

Masterwood, with its diagonally arranged planks and finely rounded edges, is a new tabletop offering that expands further the bespoke options available. Upholstery options for beds and seating include over 40 colours and many leather and fabric variants

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  • Ayrton

    Ayrton

    Cattelan Italia

While tables such as Skorpio Keramik and Lancer Wood can choose not only the finish but also the size and shape of their tops, bookcases, such as Airport and Freeway are totally modular and adaptable to the dimensions of any space. A customised design is supported by a 3D room configurator and can be refined with the help of Cattelan Italia’s dealers across more than 140 countries.

Flexibility is built into the brand’s constantly evolving portfolio of products, which includes everything from rugs to lamps. Increasingly, the rooms they occupy have the potential to be entirely unique.

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