Casamilano collections combine design elegance and functionality. The choice of wisely mixed materials and the care of details, produce unique objects for the contemporary home.
Essential shapes, clean lines interpreted using materials such as ebony, oak and ash wood, chromed steel, and bronze, aluminium fusions; surfaces that are never uniform, though unique in their material aspect and craftsmanship, thus giving life to objects that are almost unique.
A wide range of leathers and fabrics of different colours and consistencies, a particular and constant attention to quality, a casual and modern way to conceive and decorate the house.
Casamilano was founded in 1998 by Anna, Carlo and Elena Turati with the aim of creating a home project of international scope. It made its debut at the Milan Furniture Fair in April of that year.
The Turati family has worked for generations in the furnishing field. In 1929, grandfather Carlo founded with his sons a handicraft business that soon developed into a small furniture company.
In the 60s, following the change of taste and style recorded on the market, Giuseppe (called Peppino by his friends) gave the company a new course and created Tisettanta, involving internationally renowned architects such as Gae Aulenti, Vico Magistretti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Carlo Bartoli, Annig Sarian, Antonio Citterio.