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.
Only one year after its opening Living Divani Gallery, the brand's new reference point in Milan, expanded featuring new exhibition areas that develop in continuity while experimenting with new languages, in a surprising stylistic mix capable of enchanting for the perfect harmony.
The showroom in Corso Monforte 20 thus grows to accommodate the brand’s icons together with the latest 2021 novelties, revealing at once the spirit and the soul of the Living Divani collection in continuous evolution.
Poliform confirms its presence at Supersalone, the event that takes place at Fiera Milano in Rho until September 10th. In the context of a fluid mesh of shared spaces where traditional booths give way to linear walls, Poliform presents its own original story in a 30-metre set.
Introducing the latest Flexform seating system, Antonio Citterio design, a balanced mix of couture tailoring and superior hand crafted details.
Harper is a pure expression of the Flexform design philosophy.
Elegant, refined and effortlessly at home in the most diverse settings.
We’re excited to introduce a new addition to our showroom - exclusive to New Zealand, meet Alinea. . Award-winning interior architect Leo Aerts has created an elegant, sculptural collection of hand-crafted round and oval tables in natural stone.
A light, modern kitchen fits seamlessly in the contemporary renovation of this classic Auckland villa by architect David Ponting.
The kitchen was a significant part of this renovation. The clients wanted to have a light, open space that guests would be able to share while food is prepared, with the option to close the door on any clutter in a hidden scullery. They also wanted the kitchen to have a natural flow onto the living area beyond, with a design that sits in harmony with the space.
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.