Simon Firullo’s Paradisi Furniture is made with technology and materials reserved for NASA and Formula One
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Simon Firullo’s Paradisi Furniture is made with technology and materials reserved for NASA and Formula One

Simon Firullo’s Paradisi Furniture is made with technology and materials reserved for NASA and Formula One

For his new design company Paradisi that specializes in designing and creating exclusive furniture and products from carbon-fiber and high-grade metals, the founder and a lifelong designer Simon Firullo who has impressively concentrated all of his energy and design aesthetics to craft exquisitely beautiful products made from combining technology and materials normally reserved for Aerospace, NASA and Formula One, has now created a collection of luxury furniture to grace the most expensive homes, offices, hotels or luxury yachts of the super-rich. Notably, each and every furniture piece in the collection is bespoke, unique and distinctive, and has been described as precision art, that is made to be used, caressed and enjoyed as well as admired and displayed. Besides, we have also earlier seen some of the finest furniture collections made from carbon-fiber and high-grade metals including the

Simon Firullo's Paradisi Furniture is made with technology and materials reserved for NASA and Formula One

To design this furniture collection that requires no hand finishing, Paradisi has used the same CAD software that was used to create Eurofighter Typhoon, and each piece is then individually machined on the very latest generation CNC milling machines.

Simon Firullo's Paradisi Furniture is made with technology and materials reserved for NASA and Formula One

Due to the tough materials used which includes the polished carbon fiber, machined aerospace-grade titanium, and exotic leather, these designer furniture items can easily withstand any sort of wear and tear.

Simon Firullo's Paradisi Furniture is made with technology and materials reserved for NASA and Formula One

Also, Paradisi gladly accepts commissions for large installations, furniture, sculpture, jewelry to anything a discerning individual can imagine.

Via: JustLuxe / Paradisi

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