Esadesign was born from the will and intuition of its founders to express their passion for glass through design.
We talked about it with Luna Pavone, one of the founders and company manager.
“Passion supported by several years of experience for a raw material with a unique charm that they find in its malleability but at the same time resistance.”
The roots of Esadesign are deep and linked to the territory of Monza and Brianza, in Lombardy, where craftsmanship and tradition come together to give life to the typical excellence of Made in Italy.
Corporate values of Esadesign
“Human value is certainly what we are closest to, it is a precious and indispensable contribution in all phases of the production processes.”
Another no less important value is the protection of the environment, that brings Esadesign to improve every day with the aim of achieving ever better sustainability standards.
What is the essential element in the design of a mirror?
“An essential element in a design mirror is the awareness of having to satisfy a need. Aesthetics in design will always have to meet functionality.”
Which collection are you most attached to and why?
“It’s difficult to answer, each collection brings with it elements and experiences that do not fade but remain and contribute to a personal and intellectual enrichment.”
Specular comes to life thanks to the will of creating mirrors of absolute excellence gathering a secular tradition in glass processing.
The “Specular” collection is characterized by luxury finishes and contemporary lines. It has an incredible ability to adapt to different contexts thanks to its sinuous and seductive lines.
Can Esadesign also make customized mirrors?
Esadesign can make customized mirrors evaluating the needs of the customer.
Italy and Australia
“A professional synergy and a bond of mutual esteem and trust. A bond born thanks to the appreciation of the Italian tradition in this sector and the opening of Australian culture towards the aesthetics and lines of Italian design and beyond.”
Credits: Photographs courtesy of Esadesign.