The California bedroom is made with solid beech and maple wood, and the cruved elements which give the furniture its graceful, light appeareance are made of plywood produced in our factory.
The Neoclassical style of furniture which developed in the Lombardy región of Italy at the turn of the 18th Century featured clean, defined lines and produced elegant designs that avoided excess without falling into simplicity.
Lago di Como
The Italian Neoclassical style of the late 18th and early 19th Centuries was particularly popular in Milan and the Lombardy region of Italy, and the professor and designer Giocondo Albertolli was one of the leading figures of the movement in that region. Taking inspiration in the work of Albertolli and artists such as Giuseppe Maggiolini, Vicente Zaragozá presents the Lago di Como collection.
The Verona collection has its roots in the Empire style, which was dominant in the palaces and royal courts of Napoleon’s Europe at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Originally combined with noble veneers such as Walnut, these majestic lines are now rejuvenated with a new finish.