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m.artedesign

m. artedesign is innovation and technology blended with history, our true essence. It is research into materials, to offer an experience that goes beyond comfort. It is the future, with the awareness of who we are now, thanks to who we have been in our past. It is sustainability and care for the environment that surrounds us, our true home. “Every product is a reflection of a need that is not only practical but also intimate and personal. We like to call it: ergonomics of the soul”. m. artedesign is growing and evolving. In addition to the new logo, we have chosen to invest in growth and for growth, to give voice to our project and shape our idea: to unite design, products, comfort with the world of art, beauty, the true essence of life, which goes beyond mere appearance.

Our story | Alessandro Celso

Our philosophy | Alessandro Celso

Our Team | Alessandro Celso

Our Clients | Alessandro Celso

Designer | Nicola Cracco

Nami Collection | Nicola Cracco

Sedie Paro | Design by Enzo Berti

La nuova collezione Marte di sedute disegnata da Enzo Berti, è concepita fin dal principio come scommessa progettuale basata sull’essenzialità di pochi elementi costruttivi studiati per ottenere la massima semplificazione dal punto di vista produttivo e di assemblaggio. Il risultato estetico ne è la conseguenza.

Alfa Chair by m.artedesign

Alfa marks the beginning of a collective journey One chair, +90k of combinations: whatever you want, wherever you need. Find out our Alfa Collection on the website and create yours.

Alfa chair

Iko Stool

Qbot Sofa

Qbot modular seating system

Paro chair

Nami | armchair

Nami, in Japanese, usually means ‘wave’ but, depending on the way it is written, it can also mean ‘beauty’. Multiple meanings in the same name. Wave and beauty: the dynamism of the wave translates into kinetic beauty. A dual essence, characterised by apparently angular lines and simple, clean volumes. Whoever does not admire a wave breaking on the shore has ceased to be amazed.

Nami | armchair

Nami, in Japanese, usually means ‘wave’ but, depending on the way it is written, it can also mean ‘beauty’. Multiple meanings in the same name. Wave and beauty: the dynamism of the wave translates into kinetic beauty. A dual essence, characterised by apparently angular lines and simple, clean volumes. Whoever does not admire a wave breaking on the shore has ceased to be amazed.

Dilmun armchair limited edition pt. 1

Dilmun armchair limited edition pt. 2

Dilmun Easy

Instinct is innate. It is not the result of learning. This armchair has an instinctual genesis. The resulting lines are simple and immediately understandable. Dilmun’s design holds lasting, timeless shapes that help us savor the product’s aesthetics.

Dilmun armchair

Instinct is innate. It is not the result of learning. This armchair has an instinctual genesis. The resulting lines are simple and immediately understandable. Dilmun’s design holds lasting, timeless shapes that help us savor the product’s aesthetics.

Alfa chair with trestle fixed

Alfa chair Second Skin


Animations by Anna Elisabeth Viise

Anna Elisabeth Viise is a young graphic designer from Estonia.
Currently she is studying media and advertisement design in Pallas University, Estonia.

Despite being young, Anna is already working on different projects with different companies.

“I am passionate of what I am doing. From a simple poster to a brand  dentity, I pay attention to every detail of the work.”

In m. artedesign, Anna creates animations which give life to the products.

“The animations are one of the most remarkable works I have done so far – finding a creative narrative to make the chair connect to the audience. This is the place I can really challenge my artistic thinking.”

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