I have loved Rubelli textiles, founded in Venice in 1858, as long as I can remember, my mother used them in our family’s houses and I have used them for my houses and often for clients. When in Venice one of the treats for me is to go to their showroom at Palazzo Corner Spinelli on the Grand Canal (you can see images on my previous blog “Rubelli in Venice” HERE) and of course there is a beautiful showroom also in Milan where I go often (images on my previous post “Rubelli in Milan” HERE).
In 2005 Rubelli bought Donghia, with its lines of furniture, textiles and lighting, founded by Angelo Donghia in the 60’s.
Rubelli-Donghia Venice showroom
In the 70’s “Angelo Donghia became so renowned throughout the country for his look that the Detroit News called him “the Saint Laurent of sofas” while Angelo Donghia himself noted, “The liberation we’ve achieved through clothing has happened to furniture.” He received many awards and he was also, posthumously, inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame.
Rubelli-Donghia Milan Showroom
A few images from I Saloni, Milan 2011, reflecting Donghia’s style.
Donghia furniture and lighting plus Rubelli textiles…
a winning combination of refined luxury.
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Write by: A-Efendy - Thursday, March 22, 2012