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Bross: Italian design at the 2018 Winter Olympics 22.01.2018

The start of the XXIII Winter Olympic Games 2018 is very close, it’ll take place in PyeongChang from the 9th to 25th of February.

Together with the Azzurri, under the spotlight there’s also the project Casa Italia, which for the duration of the event will be a corner of Bel Paese in the heart of distant South Korea. Casa Italia will not only be the official headquarters of the Italian Olympic Team, but it will also be destined to host the numerous meetings and official events as a convector of ideas and opportunities, connections and emotions.

A project of immeasurable scope that already in 2016, during the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, involved the greatest Italian exponents of sport, institutions, media and entertainment, as well as some of the most representative realities of our country.

For the new appointment of 2018 also Bross, a company among the excellences of Made in Italy, was invited to take part in the project, which provided the furnishings for the new Casa Italia that will take place in the Yongpyong Golf Club of the Alpensia Resort, the nerve center of Olympic competitions and ceremonies.

An important collaboration created to furnish the beating heart of Casa Italia, the dining and meeting area, and which involved in exclusive Bross with numerous seats and tables designed by Giulio Iacchetti, currently among the internationally-renowned designers.
Ademar and Amalong tables have been joined by Gisa chairs, for a surprising effect of orderly and elegant warmth. The minimal lines of the furniture, combined with the wood finish of their structures, have been able to give life to a welcoming and refined place, able to blend in with the splendid surrounding architecture.

This collaboration firmly establishes the importance of Bross in the current landscape of Italian design, as a company able to express through its products the typically Italian elegance and taste. An authentic expression of the quality of Made in Italy.

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