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An Interview with Luca Colombo of Clei

Clei wall bed systems

Luca Colombo, Sales Manager at Clei, sat down with Il Foglio del Mobile magazine to discuss the history of Clei and their impressive ability to continuously innovate and expand their line of living systems for more than 50 years. Clei’s extensive line of furniture is the result of many years of research and experience. In this video, you’ll see a […]

Vancouver Leads The Micro-Condo Charge

Vancouver Micro Unit

Is it possible to live in less than 300 square feet of space? Absolutely — and developer Tien Sher is proving skeptics wrong by debuting their Balance micro condo this week. “Canada’s Smallest Condo” may be only 297 square feet but it does not jeopardize comfort and convenience. The space includes a full bathroom, kitchen and a balcony. Plus, the […]

LaunchPad Makes Room at MCNY

Modernism Magazine, Resource Furniture

LaunchPad made it’s debut this week at the Museum of the City of New York, a feature highlight of the new exhibition  “Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers.” Designed by Italian architect Pierluigi Colombo, design & art director at Clei s.r.l, LaunchPad — just 325 sq. ft. — is made spacious and comfortable […]

Q&A With Italian Interior Architect Pierluigi Colombo

Pierluigi Colombo of Clei, Interior Architect

Note: This interview originally appeared January 8, 2013 in Ron Barth’s Resource Furniture blog at Huffington Post. With our mutual vision, mission and drive to reinvent space, I thought it more than fitting to sit down with Italian architect Pierluigi Colombo, interior designer of “LaunchPad,” featured in the upcoming exhibition Making Room: New Models for […]

Museum of the City of New York Makes Room for LAUNCHPAD

Keeping with our mission to reinvent space, Resource Furniture is proud to serve with Clei  as major in-kind sponsors of Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers, an exciting exhibition opening to the public on January 23, 2013 at the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY). Revealing innovative design solutions to better […]

The Compromise – Huffington Post

With New Yorkers increasingly opting to rent rather than buy and overall vacancy rates at less than one percent, affordable rentals are scarcer than ever. Like a domino effect, most renters are settling for smaller spaces to save money and are facing what most people like to call “the compromise.” The compromise is the constant […]