Design, colour, flexibility. Three key elements that reinterpret the historical tradition of Crassevig and lead it towards a new dimension, a reality made of solutions. For over 50 years, the Scandinavian-inspired design chairs and interior solutions by Crassevig have envisioned a timeless approach that interprets reality and evolves with it. Our care for materials and aesthetical emphasis are expressed in a personalised design, with soft and versatile lines that distinguish us and catch the eye of designers and architects.
Inoko table, reaching new heights
New sizes for our design table Round, smart, versatile shapes. The Inoko tables family expands, both in width, with the extra-large 140 or 160 cm versions, and in height, in the Meet configuration up to 110 cm, which can be combined with any stool [...] read more
Finna – Bending lightness and circularity
The comfort of an armchair, the responsibility of a a sustainable approach. With its slim shell meeting refined upholstery, Finna, a design by Ramos&Bassols Studio, revolutionizes comfort. Its innately light, fold-free and ergonomic shape is as [...] read more
Tackling present and future environmental challenges through conscious daily practices. At Crassevig, Sustainability is rooted in its Italian heritage and corporate values, involving all stakeholders in the supply chain. The company’s commitment recognises a collective and individual responsibility, seeking the balance between local impact and global issues, between an appealing, ergonomic design and material traceability, from source to post-consumer disposal. We are also convinced that inclusive and sustainable growth should both care for the planet and generate opportunities for the younger generation by focusing on safe working practices, certified standards and the wellbeing of the individual as a whole.
Innovative and sustainable material diversity
An elegant mix of materials that transcends pure beauty and becomes an innovative tool.
Crassevig’s design finds its highest expression in the pursuit of multi-materiality, creating products with a unique style and a circular approach, aware of the origin of each material and aimed at reducing waste.