Sovet enriches its furniture collections with many new products expressing an original, elegant and multiform language.
Careful research on materials, maximum possibility of customisation, the creative use of industrial processes combined with the enormous expertise of the craftsmen allow Sovet to obtain high quality and 100% Made in Italy collections.
For Sovet, design is the tool with which to innovate the culture of living and experiencing spaces. The important collaborations with internationally renowned studios and designers such as Altherr Desile Park, Lievore Altherr Molina, Studio Irvine, Matthias Demacker and Gianluigi Landoni have led to the creation of unique collections with a contemporary and minimalist flavour. A proposal that offers a wide choice of furniture types, sizes and colours, always in the sign of an essentiality that goes beyond time.
Lightness and essentiality of form are the main features of the Slim series, designed by Matthias Demacker, featuring tables, coffee tables, consoles and benches that can be combined in different ways to respond to multiple situations. The collection is enriched with the new Slim sofas, also characterised by the slender die-cast aluminium structure and proposed in over 30 types: from the small armchair to the five-seater sofa, which with great versatility can present different seat modules, with or without backrest, high or low armrests and coffee table.
The Autumn chair designed by Ichiro Iwasaki is a perfect match for the slim Series tables. The curved wooden frame, with a natural black or walnut finish, dialogues with the slim wooden or upholstered seat in various finishes. Sophisticated in the relationship between the structure and the seat, which results as suspended, the chair is a typical expression of Italian craftsmanship.
The Magda collection now presents a new suspended version. The furniture by Gianluigi Landoni stands out for the union between the soft veins of marble-effect ceramics and the fascinating shades of Sovet mirror.
The ceramic, mirror and etched mirror surfaces of the Traled lamp are combined with those used for the tables and cabinets, creating a harmonious dialogue between all Sovet products. The new collection designed by Landoni is the result of a reduction of shapes to obtain a minimal and refined whole. The brass finishes embellish the collection creating a versatile light for home interiors and contract spaces.
Lievore Altherr Molina update the Visual series of mirrors with the decagonal version, also characterised by the lacquered aluminium frame in burnished brass, coffee or black finishes.
After the success of Cadira, the Italian company has introduced the new Cadira S, designed by Studio Sovet. This is a seat with a comfortable and enveloping shape, whose finishes, from leather and eco-leather to fabric and velvet, are combined with different types of structure, making Cadira S perfect for both public and private spaces.
One of the most successful furnishings currently in production by the Italian company is the Deod table by Gianluigi Landoni. This collection has been expanded with a two-base version in the shaped shape and completed with the surface in liquid glass, an exclusive material by Sovet, made thanks to the craftsmen who have distinguished the collections for over 30 years.