“We are always looking to the future of contract and work environments; how we can offer cutting edge products with innovative design, function and aesthetics that make the workplace and social spaces more appealing.” – Luca Fornasarig
Fornasarig is a 4th generation family-owned and operated company. Starting in 1878, Fornasarig has one of the longest histories in the world of seating manufacturing.
Fornasarig produces collections of furnishings for the contract field, thanks to the relationships built over the years with international architects and designers. Chairs, couches and tables for hotels, restaurants, theatres, schools, libraries, conference halls, boats, are chosen every day for their lasting quality (guaranteed for 10 years) and for their contemporary design, in collective environments all over the world, from Europe to Africa, from the United States to the Far East.
Through a strong artisanal know-how, the company has adopted design as an innovative vision and a methodologic choice for its future, projecting itself into a new cultural, aesthetical and ethical dimension, by combining project, production and communication. Collaborating with an array of prominent international designers, Fornasarig consistently delivers contemporary and clean collections. All Fornasarig products are 100% made in Italy in their manufacturing facility and are designed, engineered and tested for contract use with 10 years guarantee.
Fornasarig’s commitment to the environment involves not only a conscious use of raw materials, but also escapes from the exasperated logic of consumerism. It starts specifically from the beech and oak wood sourced exclusively from European forests sustainably managed under strict responsible standard rules ensuring reforesting cycles, respect the ecosystem and maintain of the forest's biodiversity.
“Partnering with Fornasarig to bring selected models from their portfolio to the Australian market is exciting. Their design concepts and manufacturing processes are second to none and we are thrilled to be working with them."