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2020 will mark the 10-year anniversary of Casa Design, and to celebrate, we are giving Casa Design Living, our first and main showroom, a whole new look. New shapes and colors, updated fabrics and finishes, and the latest trends will all be featured, with new collections by famous Italian designers like Piero Lissoni, Andrea Parisio, Massimo Castagna, and more. Our new look is being created by well-known Interior Architect and Art Director from New York, Jens Ahlemeyer, whose high-end showrooms and residential, commercial, and hospitality spaces can be found throughout North America, from Los Angeles and New York to Miami.


We’ll unveil our all-new showroom at the end of this Spring. In the meantime, you can visit our Molteni&C Dada, Giorgetti, Outdoor, and Contract showrooms, which will remain open at the same location, 450 Harrison Ave, Boston. You can also shop our Casa Pop Up space at the Four Seasons Back Bay, 200 Boylston Street in Boston, open February 15 through May 15, 2020.

Here are a few of the exciting new looks you’ll find when we reopen our doors this May.

Curved Shapes - Harold by Meridiani

Combining rigorous lines and soft curves, Harold is a versatile seating system equally at home in private and public spaces. The linear, asymmetrical, and curved elements allow for countless configurations, while the basting stitching on the frame and cushions give the sofa a warm, handcrafted appeal. Harold offers two backrests in different thicknesses for all the seating units, which can be complemented by armrests available in two thicknesses and heights and is available in a variety of removable textile covers or a fixed leather cover.

Natural Shades - Floyd by Living Divani

Gently curved and elegantly proportioned, Floyd brings a soft naturalness to even the most architectural of spaces. Floyd’s simple lines allow for surprising compositions, perfectly complemented by tables of different volumes and heights.

Platinum Finishes - Starlight by Henge

With Starlight, Massimo Castagna raises pendant lighting to new heights, embellishing a simple Y-shaped form with burnished brass, black burnished brass, and silver. Dimmable, energy-saving LED lighting completes the effect, creating a lighting system of dramatic simplicity.


Geometric Patterns - Mirror Lines by MDF Italia

Inspired by landscapes of irrigated fields and rice paddies, designers Irene Goldberg and Pitsou Kedem created Mirror Lines, featuring geometric patterns, bold frames, and decorative inserts designed to “pay tribute to the fruits of the Earth.” Luxe finishes include matte black and pearl nickel frames and Guatemala marble, Carrara marble, and green onyx or brass inserts. Endlessly customizable, Mirror Lines will enliven the walls of any classic or contemporary space.

Sculpture Lighting - Coco by Larose Guyon

Reminiscent of a string of Coco Chanel’s famous pearls, Larose Guyon’s 10 hand-blown glass globes are an artful embellishment of any decor. The finishing touch is a counterweight and hook that can be added or moved from one “pearl” to another, allowing for playful flexibility and unique expression. Handmade by local artisans, Coco is a piece of lighting art, available in brass, copper, nickel, and fossil black, with globes that can be tinted to taste for a bespoke and breathtakingly unique creation.

Round Shapes - Plinto by Meridiani

Simple yet striking, Plinto dining tables feature a spare metal base, in black or bronzed brass, and dramatic plinth in wood veneer, matte or glossy lacquer, or marble. The top, available in different shapes and dimensions, can match or contrast the plinth in wood, lacquer, or marble, for a stylish statement piece.

Architectural Look – Wall Paneling System by Rimadesio

Rimadesio’s Modulor wall paneling systems add instant interest and richness to any space, with a variety of finishes that feature a rich, architectural look and thoughtfully designed details that balance functionality and technology. The wall panels can be equipped with suspended units, combined with a pull or push opening swing doors and opening passages, or can completely cover the walls of an entire room.