Vivai del Sud has Italian heritage design and craftsmanship in its DNA.
Brothers Giorgio, Gianfranco and Piero di Pierri founded Vivai del Sud in Rome in 1950; drawing inspiration from their Southern Italian roots in Puglia their designs captured the essence of Mediterranean living. Often collaborating with local artisans in their creations to add authenticity to their designs.
Initially a landscape design business, their pieces was created to furnish the winter gardens of Roman palazzos, branching out into interior design and later architecture in the 1970s when their furniture became popular in luxury hotels, restaurants and private residences across Italy.
Focusing on using the best materials across a range of lighting, furniture, mirrors and home accessories; they become known for their signature use of pencil reed, laid in chevron or graphic patterns, including their iconic palm designs with mirror inlay, featured above on the 1975 cover of Casa Vogue.
Vivai del Sud at Anemone
We have been lucky enough to work with one of Vivai del Sud's original 1970s dealers in Sicily, who supplied some of the leading hotels of the era with Vivai del Sud furniture. We have 8 hand-picked original pieces from his own private collection for sale, including mirrors, home accessories and coffee tables.
Shop vintage Vivai del Sud at Anemone online here