Luigi Caccia Dominioni

The furniture and objects made by milanese architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni (1913-2016) can be recognised by their simple elegance and pure geometric shapes. In 1947, when he founded the Azucena factory with architect Ignazio Gardella and Corrado Corradi Dell'Acqua, Caccia Dominioni had already gained experience as an interior designer. Azucena (which was acquired by B&B Italia in 2018), established itself as the reference point of modern classicism, combining essential furniture with the highest quality of manufacture. In his very long life, Caccia Dominioni designed for Azucena hundreds of objects, many of which are great design classics with timeless charm. Some are still in production, such as the Catilina armchair (1957), which features an iron frame, a wooden seat and a rubber cushion.

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Gio Ponti

Piero Fornasetti

Fratelli Castiglioni

Joe Colombo

Nanda Vigo

Ettore Sottsass

Marco Zanuso

Luigi Caccia Dominioni

Ico Parisi

Charles & Ray Eames

Gae Aulenti

Pietro Chiesa

Vico Magistretti

Giotto Stoppino

Tobia Scarpa

Carlo Nason

Marcello Cuneo

Vittorio Dassi

Paolo Buffa

Max Ingrand

Gastone Rinaldi

Pia Guidetti Crippa

Gaetano Pesce

Richard Sapper

Ingo Maurer

Gabriella Crespi

Paul McCobb

Paul Tuttle

Nendo

Alvaro Siza

Carl Jacob Jucker

Ernesto Basile

Sergio Mazza

Osvaldo Borsani

Oscar Torlasco

Le Corbusier

Willy Rizzo

Gaetano Sciolari

Carlo De Carli

Angelo Lelli

Gino Sarfatti

Marcel Breuer

Carlo Scarpa

Massimo & Lella Vignelli

Verner Panton

Guglielmo Ulrich

Franco Albini

Angelo Mangiarotti

Enzo Mari

Tito Agnoli

Eero Saarinen

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Alessandro Mendini

Cleto Munari