Modern and extravagant, Campeggi has conquered the world of design with its forever young spirit and its unmistakable philosophy: things change, everything flows, nothing is always the same. This is the starting point from which his furniture collections are born: a bright and dynamic universe where objects are bodies in motion ready to transform themselves to satisfy our need to live and change.
Sofas, beds, poufs, colorful, original and modular seats are available in the mobilnovo showrooms, official Campeggi dealer.
"To speed up before yawning" the company offers its own dictionary: a sui generis catalog where it tells its idea of comfort, agility, movement, pragmatism, economy, grace, play and unpredictability. A dictionary / catalog that Campeggi constantly updates and enriches with freshness, humor and non-conformism. A place where objects interact with dynamic intelligence rather than static immobility and with lightness instead of luxury, because only things that change are immortal.
What is meant by Grace or by Game? For Campeggi Grace is measure, balance of lines and sobriety of forms and was born with the collaboration of the best international designers. Game, on the other hand, is pleasure taken seriously, aware of the importance of a smile ... And Movement, a key element of corporate thinking? It’s the basic rule for the transformation of each object and along with Agility makes each piece in the collection a satellite that gravitates around our daily needs.
The brand has an innovative path away from commonplaces, supported by brilliant minds such as Sakura Adachi, Matali Crasset, Giovanni Levanti, Vico Magistretti, Adrien Rovero, Denis Santachiara, Giulio Manzoni and many other famous designers who contribute to making more and more playful and free the company's design idea. It’s precisely Giulio Manzoni that, with Riletto, wins the Leonardo prize of the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan, while with Ercolino, the "emergency bed" wins the Design Award Professional-c DIM - Valencia.
Everything else is boring
"Design is a beautiful game" declared Claudio Campeggi, an enlightened entrepreneur who has been able to create an happy island for design and designers thanks to his unconventional vision which gave rise to furniture that opens and closes like toys, inflatable poufs, armchairs with soccer goals and basketball hoops flying towards the ceiling of the house. With this brand, the traditional armrests are extendable since 1970 and the feet of chairs and armchairs are shortened.
Claudio Campeggi was able to anticipate needs and trends and, supported by great masters such as Vico Magistretti, he created pieces that symbolize a playful and courageous design, halfway between craftsmanship and industrial production. A few examples? Kenia, the Magistretti armchair with an aluminum frame that opens and closes like an umbrella, born in 1995, when the concepts of modularity and nomadism did not yet exist.
The collaboration with Denis Santachiara was also expressed at its best and in line with the brand's "vibrant" aspirations: Bitta, the pouf - bed with the profile of a mooring cleat; Coppi - the chair with pedals - and Moroccan - the pouf / light element are just a few timeless examples.
Dynamic Life by Matali Crasset is the sofa that can be configured in three different solutions in a simple and functional way: depending on your comfort needs it becomes a traditional seat, a chaise longue or a deconstructed bed.
Nothing is as it seems
Giulio Manzoni interprets one of Campeggi's musts - the emergency bed - and designs Ercolino. Conceived by the designer in 2006, is still a refined solution: it’s a real bed, ideal for an ergonomic rest, and a storage wall as well. It can be easily lifted, is light and functional: you don’t need to put it vertically to be undoe, just as you don't have to remove things to bring it back horizontally. Other solutions - on the same design theme - are Altolà (decorative wall), Family (beds in the form of a chest of drawers), Baba (armchair bed) and Maracana (sofa, bed and home stand) and testify to a real corporate vocation for spaces that adapt to the changing needs of those who live there.