IntOndo is the Italian marketplace for art, design and vintage furniture: we are the ultimate destination for everlasting design, modern and antique furniture and decor. We bring you one click away from 500 years of design and craftsmanship sold by the best Italian dealers.
When we say "vintage" we mean made with remarkable materials, sapiently crafted to become items with a timeless identity.
intOndo - letterarly in circle in Italian - as we believe in circular economy which reflects Nature where nothing is wasted at the end of the biological cycle of life: reuse, restore and give rebirth to selected fine furniture is likewise our philosophy.
We select unique original furniture, seats, lighting and decor from the best Italian sellers to enhance hidden treasures, bring personality to your homes and respect our planet.
What we offer: 4 “S”
Selection - our team of curators selects items in perfect conditions or with minor imperfections
Security - return right and conformity warranty on all items for buyers
Sustainability - zero impact on our planet: promoting reuse and circular economy
Service - 24h/24 and 7gg/7 assistance
In - teriors
within the circular boundaries
of our planet - tOndo .
Founder & CEO
Livia is dedicated to the development of intOndo.com with the aim of giving enthusiasts and collectors a digital access to numerous shops full of rare objects. She is a sailing world champion and has experience in Arthur D. Little consulting firm and in a couple of successful former startups in the world of Travel&Hospitality.
The object you would like at home? Pair of "Nucleo" lamps in travertine marble by Giuliano Cesari for Sormani, 1970s.
Co-Founder & Senior Curator
Selecting refined furniture, enhancing each piece's history, and creating content for intOndo are some of Virginia's favorite activities. With an international experience as a museum curator and a PhD in the history of collecting, Virginia could make you realize that you carry a masterpiece in your hands.
The object you want at home? The Louis Philippe secrétaire which hides two safety drawers behind its 19th century structure.
Rita Yasmin Saul
Digital Content Specialist
Rita takes care of the communication of intOndo.com on all digital channels. She studied interior design at Naba and gained experience at the Milan Triennale as a graphic designer, for a cosmopolitan approach to aesthetics.
The object you want at home? Wassily armchair by Marcel Breuer, in chrome-plated steel and leather.
Tieto nurtures his contagious passion for research in fashion and design by developing and cultivating relationships with the best sellers of unique pieces. A past as a photographer during his studies at Naba that led him to always focus on the lens.
The object you want at home? Small Carlo Scarpa vase for Venini 40's.
Gianpaolo Lo Presti
Gianpaolo began programming video games for passion while his peers were playing the Play Station and continues today, with his inexhaustible energy, to build innovative technological solutions to simplify the digital life of our users.
The object you want at home? Mondrian square mirror, 80s.
Gianluca manages our logistics department, taking care of our precious items -from packaging to delivery- with utmost passion. He loves sustainability and craftsmanship, with a keen passion for puzzles and riddles he strives to find the best solution to any problem.
The object you would like at home? Italian globe in wood and metal, 20th century
Eleonora is Milanese by birth but Florentine by adoption, an art historian with a master's degree in cultural heritage conservation and restoration, passionate about all things antique, dusty and granny-like. At intOndo she is responsible for strengthening and developing relationships with Sellers, providing daily assistance and always looking for new Sellers to ensure variety and quality of choice for our customers.
The object you want at home? Wrought iron dressing table with mirror, 1950s, for an old-fashioned treatment.
The constant desire to learn is the force that motivates Sara's every step. Design studies at the IED and Politecnico di Milano, she discovered her passion for the world of Exhibition Design. She found a place in intOndo as support for graphics and digital marketing.
The object you want at home? Superonda sofa by Archizoom for Poltronova, 1960s, flexible and ironic.