From “New shapes for glass” to “New shapes for design”, Sovet has evolved over the past 30 years from a company identified with glass to an all-round design company.
Elegance, sustainability, minimal design and Made in Italy: these are the distinctive features of Sovet, a company founded in the late eighties in the Treviso area, which is able to combine the tradition and expressiveness of glass art with the visions and opportunities offered by contemporary design.
Since the early 2000s, the company has embarked on an evolutionary process to broaden its horizons and, in collaboration with internationally renowned designers, began to contaminate with new materials – metals, ceramics and fabrics – while maintaining its characteristic light, essential and high quality design. Sovet is a brand that is always attentive to the new cultures of living and to trends in the domestic and contract sectors.
Sovet collections feature an increasingly wide range of finishes and materials, including the exclusive Net glass, a structured glass that recalls a textile weave, and ceramics Eramosa, Onice Grigio and Ombra di Caravaggio.
With Studio Irvine, the company presented three new models for Clessidra, a mirror collection characterised by sinuous shapes and an elegant satin frame. Born with the wall version, to be positioned with different orientations, the series is now available in table and freestanding versions, the latter also equipped with a functional coat rack.
With the Magda cupboard collection, Gianluigi Landoni combines the textures of marble-effect ceramics, the modern charm of the mirror and the refinement of the brass profiles. Sovet introduces the suspended version and the shelf element of this product.
After tables, coffee tables, consoles and benches, the Slim collection designed by Matthias Demacker for Sovet is enriched with a new modular sofa. Slim Sofa maintains the same light and minimal structure of the series, can be covered with a wide range of fabrics and stands out for its versatility, thanks to the seat modules, with or without backrest, with low high armrests and tables.
Designers Altherr Desile Park have designed Campos, a new concept of mirrors primarily aimed at domestic spaces and hospitality. By composing precious materials and mirrors of different shades, the product becomes an autonomous element and protagonist of the space.
The Quadro collection by Lievore Altherr Molina consists of small tables and new consoles with a slim, minimal metal structure that blends naturally with the ceramic tops, available in a wide range of ceramic finishes, such as marble, mirror, etched mirror or Materia.
The landscape of the Dolomites inspired Gianluigi Landoni for the base of the table Deod, now available in the new version with two bases and top in various materials, from ceramics to glass. It is completed perfectly with Cadira, an enveloping seat that can be customized by different types of structure and covered with leather, eco-leather, fabric, velvet...
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Image on top: The Palace table, designed by Lievore Altherr Molina