The stylistic development of the new Tako collection by Conte Group is the result of the collaboration with the designers Setsu & Shinobu Ito together with Leonardo Mercurio.

Made with the use of different materials such as wood, marble, metal, fabric, leather and glass, the Tako collection is made up of different elements: a bed, a freestanding wardrobe that can also be interpreted as a bar cabinet, a desk, a mirror and two types of bedside table. An international point of reference for Made in Italy craftsmanship and innovation, Conte is the evolution of a family business that for almost thirty years has been engaged in the production of high-level products intended primarily for comfort and rest: beds, furniture for the sleeping area and a custom range of upholstered beds that underline the craftsmanship of a company dedicated to making sleep a dream. But that’s not all: chaise longues, armchairs, poufs, benches, desks, tables and mirrors complete the bedroom furniture. The designer Leonardo Mercurio, always attracted by the Japanese minimalist style, designed the Tako collection for Conte in collaboration with Setsu Ito and Shinobu Ito, a couple of Japanese designers who have lived and worked in Milan since 1997. The intention is to express the union between Japan and Italy combining minimal design, with soft and natural shapes, and Italian elegance. The minimalism of the lines evokes the geometric contrast of the square and the circle, which symbolically represent rationality, passion and their coexistence. The concept is based on the use of these two forms, which generate sinuous curves and dampen any rigidity.
The Conte flagship is located in Milan in via Senato 45


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