Furniture, doors for interiors, security doors, glazings, paneling, wallpapers, lighting fixtures and office systems: a vast but complementary range of offerings to generate a new model of project development based on flexibility and dynamism.
In Milan, a few days before the event Milano Design City, opening of the Pianca & Partners showroom: 900 square meters in the heart of the Brera design district, at Via Porta Tenaglia 7N3.
This place of inspiration and display hosts a new network of companies – 26 in all – helmed by Pianca, which has launched this new initiative based on the synergies between various companies in the chain of production and supply of furnishings and constructions, thus providing a new counterpart – a single, facilitating point of reference – in relations between design professionals, offering different levels of professional consulting and services, to produce complete tailor-made projects.
Pianca & Partners therefore reaches out to architects, interior designers, developers, builders and investors who operate in the field of contemporary design for the residential, hospitality, nautical and real estate sectors.
Many brands have signed on, convinced of the merits of the project: Agha, Alice Ceramica, Ardeco, Artesi, Barausse, Castaldi Lighting, Delta Dore, Diquigiovanni, Dnd, Dorelan, Florim, Garbelotto, K-array, KE, Londonart, Mareno, Margraf, Milani, Nahoor Limelight, Nord Resine, Oikos, Palazzani, Pianca, Santo Passaia, Talenti, Vitrik.
“We have found that we share certain values, prior to working on projects – says Aldo Pianca, President of Pianca – and it seemed natural to all take a step forward together, giving rise with Pianca & Partners to what seemed like a dream, only yesterday, and is now a reality, a system of relations among companies, operators and designers.”
The architectural and display concept has been developed by the studio Calvi Brambilla, which has set out to reconcile the necessities of all the brands (through their most interesting offerings) with the importance of creating an identity for the overall setting (achieved by inserting six stone partitions that facilitate interpretation of the space and perception of its pathways).
Photo © Alba Deangelis