BUILDING COLLECTION & 3D CAD FILES FOR ARCHITECTS
The CasaValentina Building Collection was created to help architects develop their projects.
5 built-in systems for 5 different solutions.
Discover “Vesta #Project1”, signed by the well-known designer Giulio Iacchetti, a revolution in the world of motorized rollers.
Or let yourself be fascinated by the classic but contemporary touch of “Vesta #Project 4” created by designer Fabrizio Cester.
You know "Zaira", the soft retractable curtain system and "Zelda", the invisible track ideal for curtains that blend in with your space.
And for total blackout, rely on “Pan”, with its versatility and lateral guide options.
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AT MY PLACE
Vesta is at my place. Vesta is at my house. It sounds like the intriguing title of a film, but it is actually the name chosen by CasaValentina for its new brand of accessories and furnishing accessories. The creation of a new brand, which already stands out for its originality in its name, is born instead from the desire to offer new product lines which, in addition to satisfying the most varied needs of contemporary furnishing, are characterized by a very high design content , capable of making them unique and recognisable.
The signature that inaugurates the series of Vesta is at my place proposals is that of the well-known design studio Giulio Iacchetti, which signs a collection that due to its typology marks continuity with the consolidated experience of Casa Valentina.
Project #1 is in fact a line of innovative rollers for curtains, available in a notable range of solutions and finishes, designed for installation on horizontal or vertical windows, but also as dividers within rooms. Not banal everyday objects, therefore, but, thanks to their design, real furnishing elements. A first successful result which fully achieves the objective of putting design in the foreground and which is only the beginning of a journey that Vesta is at my place is undertaking with a great deal of enthusiasm and planning.Assembling the Vesta Project roller #1
Alberto Zecchini is the architect with whom Vesta is at my place collaborated for the creation of Project #2. He works as a freelancer, collaborates with large design brands and is a teacher in well-known architecture faculties. His passion for lighting and the design of lighting is great, fundamental knowledge for the creation of our curtains.
“Like the wall shelves, the materials used are wood, natural and bleached oak, Carrara marble stone, white and gray concrete and aluminum metal in different finishes.”
Vesta is at my place, Casa Valentina brand, presents Project #3. Designed by Anna Barbara, the Cornice collection defines an innovative concept of interior roller blinds. A new classic element that recalls the plaster and structures of historical architecture. The product helps make windows stand out and create rooms within rooms. The classic stucco and gold finishes combined with subtle faux leather, wood and fabric coverings make it a sophisticated product. The Cornice roller blind by Project #3 is a decorative element that creates personalized spaces by celebrating ceilings and windows with refined harmony.
Transforming everyday objects into furnishing forms that combine practicality with elegance, colors and shades that make a design project extremely versatile: this is the leitmotif of Project #4, the roller system designed by Fabrizio Cester. Aesthetically almost imperceptible once closed, the roller blind disappears completely into the ceiling, leaving only the unmistakable and exclusive design with clear geometric references visible.
The company's ability to adapt the products in terms of shapes, materials and dimensions to the spaces to be furnished has also led in this case to alternative furnishing solutions that alternate the ellipticity of the terminals with a more incisive and functional geometric linearity.
Project #4 means searching for essential and refined geometries that come together to create new styles designed to enhance both modern and classic environments, allowing countless combinations of colors and materials, infinite creative possibilities that give the furniture a particular touch of elegance.