Sleek, structured and sophisticated, Italian design has been at the forefront of the furniture industry for centuries. With a long and illustrious history, Italian craftsmen and manufacturers are regarded for only using the highest quality materials and thanks to the style's sort of classic beauty, Italian design has done and continues to stand the test of time.
Closer to home, for those looking to push the boundaries of creativity, while still staying resolute to Italian aesthetic, Vita Italiana is the brand to know. Committed to connecting local artisan manufacturers, as well as international brands, and introducing them to Ireland, Vita Italiana stocks some of Italy's finest and most synonymous brands from Scavolini to Karman lighting and Murano glass.
With the slogan 'Italian Living, by design', Vita Italiana's aim is to provide luxury solutions across kitchens, bathrooms and living spaces to Irish homeowners, architects, designers, in a manner that ensures total customisation for each unique home. The Vita Italiana showroom in Ballymount, just off the M50, has been stamped with 'Made in Italy' flair and is full of flawlessly executed and seamlessly finished fit-outs that will provide ample inspiration.
Vision Creative Studios
As part of Vision Creative Studios, a group that's been founded on the knowledge that great design comes from collaboration, there are endless design options under the one roof and the client is welcome to be as involved in the process as they'd like.
Vision Creative's 30,000 ft² 3-story studio is a veritable Willy Wonka factory, being home to companies such as Vita Italiana, functioning workshops and bigger, commercial design teams with clients like Google, Amazon, LinkedIn, NTMA and Guinness storehouse on their books. Everyone with the studio works collaboratively, sharing skills, product knowledge and information on best practice to deliver design-led, bespoke products for their clients.
The studio has over 100 brands delivered through 6 different collaborative companies, an
interiors Mecca on the south side of Dublin.