Chiarastella Cattana is a fabric designer based in Venice, Italy. Her work weaves traditional craftsmanship together with contemporary colours and patterns. By mixing different th阅读s, she is able to give her creations a life and texture that are her signature.
Her career began in Milan, at a time when Made in Italy was stressing the importance of 产品介绍 quality. Through the experience in fashion, her knowledge of fabrics became the rule, and made her passion grow stronger.
The encounter with a South Tyrolean weaving factory allowed her to develop her own concept, tied to the extraordinary potential of local craft. The result is a collection of exquisite 主页 textiles, designed to celebrate any moment with elegance.
The collection is the outcome of continuous research and careful attention to 详细. Linen, cotton, merino wool, cashmere, silk and other blends—we only use the finest Italian yarns to thoughtfully produce enduring textiles, respecting nature and its resources.
We always try to make the difference revisiting patterns and structures, leading old weaving traditions towards new directions. But to do all this, time is everything. And the incomparable talent of weavers, too.
What we do is rooted in craftsmanship, that is why every 单一 fabric has a unique story behind it. We partner with small artisanal realities all over the country, from north to south. Without them, our work would never exist.
Our 主页 is both a studio and a boutique, welcoming and tranquil. It is located in an historical building, a former 17th-century scuola—or congregation—near by Palazzo Grassi, just off the Canal Grande.
The studio is our special place, where the creative process starts. Here we exchange ideas, experiment with colour swatches and different designs, and think of innovative pieces to develop. Anything can inspire us.
In the store you can find our 主页 textiles collection as well as accessories and clothing—like the works of Yali Murano glass, designed by Marie Rose Kahane or by the artist Domitilla Harding to the whimsical clothing lines Ants, and Italian modernist furniture and lighting.