A homage to nature and to the beauty of simplicity: the new Pianca 2022 products portray a welcoming, delicate and elegant style of living. Three Italian designers, sharing a distinctive sensitivity and a constant quest for new design forms, were called upon to interpret the identity of the Veneto brand.
Cristina Celestino designed the Peonia upholstered furniture collection: a sculptural, inviting sofa, sofa with chaise-longue and armchair that unfold like flowers. The Calatea chair and pouf go with the armchair of the same name from 2017, whose design evokes the evergreen tropical plant with a fresh new idea of proportions and functions.
Pianca booth design by Cristina Celestino
Cristina Celestino and Peonia armchair
Peonia sofa design by Cristina Celestino
Peonia armchair, Calatea chiars design by Cristina Celestino
The Bricola bed with boiserie panels designed by Raffaella Mangiarotti: bonded fabric panels create an elegant backdrop, a flexible modular system, rotating on elegant metal joints connected to the structure made of round solid wood sections.
Bricola bed and wallpanels design by Raffaella Mangiarotti
Federica Biasi designed the Naan armchair: a compact, inviting volume with soft, delicate contours, which develops from a square base with rounded corners into one single block form.
Federica Biasi and Naan armchair
The new products also include the Murano wardrobe and Teatro walk-in-closet, designed by Pianca Studio, which add to the catalogue of Pianca night zone systems. Subtle, simple solutions, exploring solid and empty spaces, and mixing transparency with textures.
Wardrobe with Murano doors design by Pianca Studio
Teatro walkin closet with alluminium frame and Vanity Chloè desk design by Emmanuel Gallina
The Salone del Mobile stand was designed by Cristina Celestino Studio as an interpretation of a Palladian villa, emblem of Veneto architecture and the sensitive design style to which Pianca is intrinsically bound.
Naan armchairs in the foreground design by Federica Biasi
On Saturday 11th June, Pianca received formal recognition from Salone del Mobile for its constant presence at the event, along with 11 other Italian companies who have been attending the event since 1961.
“Brands who, in the name of quality, research and innovation have accepted the invitation of Salone del Mobile, year upon year, and have grown along with it. Companies who have never stopped believing in the value and energy created through working together for the shared purpose of showing the world the visual beauty and quality that Made in Italy produces.”