Since 1925, when established by the brothers Giulio and StefanoPorro, the Porro family manages a company supporting a unique furnishing philosophy, matching handcraft tradition of the time with the most modern advanced manufacturing and information technologies. Since then, the brand has been dedicated to the production of functional furniture fused with advanced manufacturing technologies and constant research on materials and shapes. Porro has been in collaboration with many renowned designers for its design projects, including Jean Marie Massaud, Christophe Pillet, Piero Lissoni, and the Swedish group, Front. The company’s Gentle chair (designed by Front) and Tiller sideboard (designed by Lissoni) won the Interior Innovation Award 2013, one of the most renowned design awards in the interior furnishing industry worldwide organised by the German Design Council.
Porro new showroom is located in Hong Kong’s most prestigious residential area, Happy Valley, and has 700 square metres in total with two levels, displaying Porro’s latest products in chic settings that will inspire you to try it for yourself at home.
All Porro products are the result of a subtraction, from a progressive simplification process. The complex systems which are the result of a very simple aesthetic vision, based on consistency, simplification, simplicity, without forgetting quality.
Italian furniture design is spreading in Hong Kong, being Porro the latest brand to set up their first flagship Porro showroom in Asia.
The grand opening happened February the 28th of 2013, in the presence of Piero Lissoni and a spectacular fashion show.
This brand is about simple living, where clean geometries come together with quality in its holistic collection of various furniture elements to create your ideal setting for the living area, dining room, bedroom, study and wardrobe. Four living areas, three dining spaces, two bedrooms and a wardrobe flow seamlessly from one into the other, in a circuit featuring dark grey walls, luxurious woods, and neutral coloured furniture with elegant green highlights, injecting a touch of nature into one of the world’s most densely-populated spaces.