Studio Italia is proud to exclusively represent leading Italian furniture design brands. Italy is celebrated as a country that produces leaders in style, innovators in design and exceptional standards of production. Our passion is to deliver the design and expert craftsmanship of Italy to discerning New Zealanders. The Studio Italia showroom offers an elegant, boutique shopping experience, making the best in quality Italian designer furniture, wardrobes and kitchens available in New Zealand. Here, you’ll discover a wide selection of styles for indoors and out – matched by impeccable service and knowledgeable advice.
Our Italian Poliform kitchen fits seamlessly into this urban Auckland villa. The clients worked directly with our in-house kitchen designer, Marketa, to create this modern yet sympathetic space with soft hues and rich materials.
These exquisitely crafted apartments, featuring the renowned Poliform kitchen by Studio Italia, are an ideal choice for those looking to downsize or seek a second address in the City. Meticulously designed with no detail left untouched, this timeless and gorgeous development reflects the deliberate nature of the award-winning team at Buchan and the pioneering approach of developers Reside, showcasing quality finishes that truly stand out. Click below for a full article by Denizen.
Numerous are the products that have competed as finalists in this year’s NYCxDESIGN 2023 Awards.
Winner, for the Residential Seating category, is the Ark armchair, by David Lopez Quincoces, expression of the beauty of a living and natural material such as wood and defined by a simple and pure line.
Discover Zanotta collections in a virtual tour of Zanotta's showroom at Caselli Daziari at Porta Garibaldi in Milan.
Built in the 1940’s, this Remuera home recently underwent an impressive renovation that transformed this unassuming bungalow into a modernist masterpiece. Paul Somerford and Alyssa Helleur of BDG Architects had the job of translating Californian mid century living into this narrow site overlooking the Orakei basin.