With Coincasadesign project Coin becomes talent scout, developing an exclusive collection, created by nineteen new-generation designers, members of the "Italian design football team", male and female, created by a JoeVelluto idea, with the contribution of Cristina Morozzi in the role of "trainer."

The projects, which make use of clear and incisive language as well as originality, provided by the recognisable hand of each designer, add up to a landscape which is rich in new ideas, very varied and related, in any case, to a homogeneous collection.

Coincisadesign collection presents:

Antoinette, table lamp with slender metallic structure upholstered in stretch fabric and Lem hemispherical armchair in woven abaca having a handle, removable seat and a leaf-shaped cushion, both by Miriam Mirri and Ilaria Gibertini.

Pouff and coffee table Arcimboldo, designed by Pio Toso and Tito Toso, with wooden frame and elastic object holders.
Also by Pio and Tito Toso the table lamp Mirandolina in two sizes, for the table or bedside table, with lampshade. Metal body and tray-shaped base in shiny chrome metal.

Nascosta, Cless, Idra, Matrena, Bugia, set of candles by Marco Zito, who designed also Colombina, metal magazine holder with lamp, to be placed next to the sofa and Messico, sectional ceramic vase.

Designed by Alessandro Busana, CinCin set of candles in the shape of a bottle, wine glass, champagne flute and water glass, and FinFanFun, antistress character cushions, in plain or patterned fabric and embellished with decorative appliqués.

Cinderella, line of terry-towelling items for the table and the kitchen designed by Alessandra Baldereschi, with cotton tablecloth with a central floral appliqué which can be used as a table mat, apron with detachable pocket/gloves and tea cloths. Also by Alessandra Baldereschi: Mediterraneo, coffee tables with metal frame and tops made out of plates, trays and bowls of various shapes and sizes, in hand-painted "Vietri ceramics, and Soufflè, armchair with a transparent plastic frame filled with different sized cushions.

Joe Velluto presents Doormad, coir doormat with toothed segments which can be used as a doorstop if placed between the door and the door leaf, Passpartout, shopping bag in cellulose fibre and Twist Again, screen made up of 10 thick felt strips, which can also be used as curtains or as a wall hanging.

Three projects designed by Raffaella Mangiarotti and Killian Bouguen: Exagon, self-supporting stackable bookcase module made of painted sheet steel, Fido, pet carrying bag, which can be converted into a bed for your pet simply by unzipping it and Quattrolibri, book and magazine holder on wheels, with handle, made of ecological laminated bamboo.Quattrolibri is portable and can be placed vertically or horizontally for use as a coffee table.

Drop, by Marzia Mosconi, floor, suspension or bedside-table lamp made of white plexiglas, with crystal decorations.

Eva, designed by Matteo Bazzicalupo and Stefano Zanon, small vanity table in wengé colour wood. Has mirror and drawers and incorporates a stool.

Capitonné, design Odoardo Fioravanti, upholstered pouff with storage, available in a choice of fabrics.

Jupe, by Luca Nichetto, latticework armchair with metal frame upholstered in woven abaca, with cushion.

Portable floor lamp Liolà, by Giulio Iacchetti, with enamelled iron frame and fabric lampshade, with wheels, a handle and a long power cord.

Mollicola, designed by Diego Grandi, 12 two-tone thick paper place mats. The decorated openwork is a reproduction of the molecular structure of a breadcrumb.

Remigino, design by Francesca Donati, ecological laminated bamboo workstation, accessorized with transparent plexiglas object holder.

Robin and Marian by Ilaria Marelli, semi-transparent/opaque plexiglas wall clothes-stand in the shape of a branch or a bunch of flowers.

Collection of seats Tuttifiori: chair, stool, armchair and pouff in painted steel with cushions in soft water-repellent material printed with a floral motif. Design Monica Graffeo.

Una, designed by Matteo Ragni, sectional bookcase in wood and metal covered with abaca, also available in TV unit version. It can be finished with container baskets.

Gruppo Coin SpA
Via Terraglio, 17 - 30174 Mestre (Venezia)
tel. 041 2398000
fax 041 982722

edited by: 
Martin Rance 
















in cooperation with:
Daniele Colosimo
Umberto Rovelli