Founded in Italy in 1968, Désirée has always followed their design philosophy: "Home Soft Home". Their collection of sofas, armchairs, beds and complementary pieces like rugs and poufs all feature a special take on interpreting and recreating the inviting and convivial atmosphere typical of the home environment. Each Désirée product, especially their distinguishing beds, have been designed to be comfortable as well as refined, with a design that is always distinctive and authentically unique.
Visually-light, Ludwig is a bed that consists of a quilted headboard that is attached to the wall and a bed frame that is raised off the floor. Ludwig is finished with an elegant edging in matching colors. Ludwig can be harmoniously complemented by a Ludwig bench and coffee tables. Designed by Roberto Gobbo.
Two large, soft, feather-filled cushions give the Ozium Bed a formal appeal thanks to their natural stance. Its precious tone-on-tone decorative stitching gives Ozium a distinctive look that complements its overall minimalistic design. Designed by Roberto Gobbo / R&S désirée.
Naturally soft and gently curved, the Shellon Bed features a headboard with its irregular, ruffled and quilted upholstery that sets off the lightweight appeal of the bed frame with its angled, inwardly slanting corners. The header is padded with foam ecological of various densities, upholstered in fabric or leather that is completely removable. Shellon's feet are in polished aluminum. Designed by Setsu & Shinobu Ito.
The curvy and sinuous nature of the headboard distinguish the Tuliss Bed. The padded structure, raised from the floor, contains an orthopedic metal-framed slatted base. Designed by Jai Jalan.
MEET THE DESIGNERS
In 1983, Roberto Gobbo opened his first studio operating in the fields of architecture and industrial design as a designer and consultant. Since 1988, Gobbo has collaborated with Euromobil and Zalf Désirée and since 1996, began overseeing the design of products, showrooms and exhibitions in Italian and international exhibitions.
Setsu & Shinobu Ito
Setsu & Shinobu Ito are both Japanese designers with a broad work experience in architecture, interior, product, industrial & packaging design. They opened their design studio in 1997 and since then, work and consult for international clients in a wide range of activities in the design field, from architecture, interior, industrial and craft to packaging design.
Canadian designer Jai Jalan began his career in the automotive and boat industries with an eclectic approach to product design. He has been working in the furniture industry since 2006.
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