Fermata Lissone

Lissone bus stop For woodworking, there is no better stop than Lissone, a city historically acknowledged as the “furniture capital.” In the aftermath of World War I, architects and interior decorators from the Rationalist school found that manufacturers capable of making their designs perfectly were active in the Lissone area, and the 1933 Milan Triennial was the first prestigious display of this. Prototypes made to a design soon went into production in a series destined to the public, thus making this district famous in the furniture and furnishings market.

Wftb in collaboration with Alfonso Arosio

Tavolini-ini Collection