Cantori is more than just furniture. It is a story of Italian craftsmanship, where each piece is a work of art born from the dialogue between tradition and innovation. Founded in 1976 by Sante Cantori, the company initially specialized in the production of metal beds, distinguished by their elegant shapes and impeccable functionality. But the ambitious entrepreneur dreamed of more.
Over the years, Cantori's range has expanded to include living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, and even outdoor spaces. Metal, which has become the brand's calling card, has gained new allies - glass, leather, and wood. Cantori experiments with textures and shapes, creating furniture that not only serves, but breathes and lives, filling the space with light and harmony.
Behind each Cantori piece is the painstaking work of craftsmen dedicated to their craft. They master the secrets of metalworking, blowing it into the finest delicate shapes, like glassblowers. In their hands, collections are born that have become legends: the airy Bohemian with its intertwining of thin metal rods, the futuristic Avantgarde with its play of geometric shapes and light, and the romantic Voyage - a journey around the world, where elegant tables on thin legs resemble ships sailing the vastness of the ocean.
But Cantori is not just furniture. It is a philosophy. The philosophy of harmony, where each piece is part of a whole, where light and air freely flow between carefully measured lines. It is a philosophy of comfort, where elegance does not sacrifice functionality, but rather gives birth to its elegant form. This philosophy attracts outstanding designers to Cantori. The brand has collaborated with Luca Nichetto, Piero Lissoni, and Stefano Boeri - names that speak for themselves. Like skillful conductors, they orchestrate materials and shapes, creating masterpieces that adorn homes and hotels around the world.
Among these masterpieces is the Rodin table, whose tabletop, like a light boat, floats on the waves of elegant metal supports. Or the Tropea console, where the curved metal frame of impeccable geometric shapes resembles a frozen wave. Cantori is a portal to a world where light and time are intertwined into a single whole, and each object becomes a conductor of aesthetics and harmony.