Two ‘Made in Italy’ brands come together to give life to a union that combines sport and comfort. This partnership between Calia Italia and Casa Azzurri will make watching the Italian National team’s matches an even more magical experience!
Cleaning a sofa can be a delicate operation. Depending on the type of covering and colour, the right remedies for washing and removing stains and dust will vary. Which are the best techniques? We reveal them in this article!
The sofa is a symbol of cosiness and relaxation, so it is essential to take care of it and ensure that it can resist the test of time along with wear and tear. However, sofas can become breeding grounds for germs from food, hair and dust, and so it is important to know how to maintain them effectively.
Making its entrance into our ‘Modular Collection’, Calia Italia presents its newest creation, ‘Giò’. This collection interprets the sofa as a dynamic, flexible object, created to be personalised by those who choose it.
Each phase of the manufacture of a Calia Italia sofa is subject to strict controls that verify the conformity of the product, the technical specifications of design and what is stated in the order confirmation.
The cutting and sewing phase is one of the most intricate parts during the process of making a sofa. The cutting of the fabrics is fully automated to ensure maximum precision and to fully optimise the yield, while at the same time minimising waste. When cutting the leather covers, on the other hand, this requires the attention and care that only human hands can ensure. These cut and shaped parts therefore are assembled thanks to a very detailed technical scheme.
December was a month full of news. Among it all, there was one piece of news that particularly involved the world of design – the election of the ‘colour of the year’. Whilst Pantone remains the most authoritative voice in this field, there are other entities that are beginning to gain more and more attention from the experts.