Poliform was created in 1970 by Alberto Spinelli, Aldo Spinelli, and Giovanni Anzani on the foundation of a small artisan furniture shop in the Como region of Italy, a location distinguished for its high-end furnishings. The company was founded with the intention of maximizing the potential of automated manufacturing methods, committed to adapt to technological advances.

Poliform has continued to adapt over the years, exhibiting its ability to foresee and analyze lifestyle trends. Currently, the brand Poliform is synonymous with elegance, sophistication, and quality. Bookcases, wall and video systems, walk-in closets, wardrobes, and beds are a few of the systems and furniture offered by Poliform’s diverse lines. Poliform debuted its first range of sofas and armchairs in 2006. In 1996, the company added kitchens to its product line.



Poliform’s association with internationally renowned designers and architects such as Jean-Marie Massaud, Marcel Wanders, Rodolfo Dordoni, Daniel Libeskind, Emmanuel Gallina, Paolo Piva, Studio Kairos, Carlo Colombo, Paola Navone, Soo Chan, and Rodolfo Torres has been significant to the success.

Poliform also focuses its creative and productive energies on the parallel and complementary field of large-scale commercial furnishings, such as the West End Quay in London, the AOL Time Warner Center in New York, the Presidential Chambers of the Clinton Library in Little Rock, and the Palmolive Building in Chicago.



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