Ceccotti is a company with a history linked to the high level of woodworking in the furniture industry, but also with a vocation of luxury craftsmanship and the ability to translate it into new contemporary interpretations.
The Ceccotti collections are initially conceived as the result of attentive craftsmanship, later characterized by an international sensation that has enabled the company to grow and become a reference in the design sector. The art craftsmanship of the brand is transformed, thanks to the collaboration with important designers like Paolo Portoghesi, into an outstanding know-how applied to the production of contemporary design pieces. Ceccotti furnitures over time capture the increasingly evident ability to interpret current research of design, experimenting with new materials and shapes.
A contemporary design inspired by the works of Masters such as Carlo Mollino and Scandinavian design, without ever renouncing their identity and continuing on the path of collaboration. Among the names that designed for Ceccotti are Vincenzo de Cotiis and Jaime Hayon, but there are mostly pieces that have changed the design history.
The Ceccotti furnitures have retained their career to luxury crafts, made of italian wood furniture and specialized crafts over the years, but have also become, in a virtual era, contemporary interpreters of the project.
The demonstration the company's sensitivity to the sustainability of its productions is quite evident: for its collections Ceccotti uses wood from controlled plantations and chooses suppliers engaged in environmental issues.