Corradi has been designing and producing personalised and unique outdoor solutions for public and private spaces since 1978. It does so like a skilled alchemist who knows how to work in harmony with nature, transforming an outdoor space into a living space. This is the perfect synthesis of form and essence. This is the Corradi style.
Corradi Pergotenda®, bioclimatics and sun sails
Innovation, elegance, Made in Italy and a desire to amaze are the elements that distinguish the company, whose flagship product is the internationally recognised Pergotenda® which has become a recognisable symbol for design enthusiasts and experts.
"The purpose of construction is to make things hold together; of architecture to move us", said Le Corbusier. That's why those who choose Corradi seek quality without sacrificing the emotion that comes from perfect harmony between Nature and Design.
In Corradi's range of garden sails we find all the concreteness of design and technical research together with the passion and pure emotion that every environment must inspire.
This is how we create spaces for your time and your life, unique products that have been renewed in style and functionality for the company's 40th anniversary to amaze you and offer you an unforgettable experience.
Technical knowledge, selection of the best materials and cutting edge design are the skills we offer to enhance every outdoor space, exploiting potential and characteristics, in harmony with the surrounding environment but also with those who live there.
This is why Corradi products are unique and inimitable, just like your outdoor space. Just like you.
The outdoors as a living space
Corradi is an internationally recognised brand of outdoor furnishings: sails, bioclimatic pergolas and Pergotendas® made to measure like in artisanal workshops, for outdoor spaces to be enjoyed all year round.
In 2015 the company became part of the Belgian Renson group, a world leader in ventilation. This opened up new opportunities for Italian design to enter international markets without changing its objective of transforming outdoor space – any outdoor space – into a living space.
Attention to detail and cutting-edge design? Global market and maximum personalisation? The answer is Corradi. A brand where quality and innovation are not only foundational values but also an expression of unique and original products Made in Italy, offering space to time spent outdoors, every day of the year.
This is the Corradi experience, an adventure that began in Bologna in 1978 as a small local manufacturer of awnings that grew over the years until 1998 when it invented and patented the Pergotenda®, originally created as a pergola and shortly thereafter the focus of the company's core business, being offered to the market through a network of exclusive points of sale.
Today Corradi is a great Italian exterior design brand celebrating 40 years of business with a new headquarters, new technologies, new products and a renewed interest in design of the future, without losing touch with its roots and that artisanal and personalised expertise that has always distinguished its products and the search for new trends.
Pergotenda®, Bioclimatics, Sun Sails, precious accessories and harmonic closures:
Corradi provides space for your time so you have more space for your life.
What's a floating garden? A very green place that floats: here in fact plants and flowers draw their nourishment directly from the water, creating sophisticated, spectacular structures like suspended terraces and alternative and eco-sustainable irrigation methods. This trend, which today is inspiring garden design projects at an international level, has its roots in one of the seven wonders of the world: the hanging gardens of Babylon, the creation of which is attributed – according to different interpretations – either to King Nebuchadnezzar or Queen Semiramis.
The last ten years could be remembered as those in which the world's greatest architects have worked to merge the geometry of solid shapes with the elements of nature: that is the reason why we have seen greenery sprouting directly from the walls of buildings, water reflected in large surfaces overhanging seas and rivers and floating shapes following the wind wave.
After exploring some examples of green and sustainable architecture, today we travel among some of the most famous works of architecture of the Twenty-Tens (2010-2020).
How can we fully celebrate the combination of practical needs and aesthetic inspiration when we want to create or renovate a residential garden?
To answer this and other questions, we interviewed Dutch landscape architect and garden designer Erik van Gelder, who works by being inspired by natural elements, transforming them into shapes and materials.
Did you know that on Instagram the hashtag #gardendesign has more than 2 million posts?
Having taken a look at some of these many posts, we have selected 5 Instagram profiles that gardening enthusiasts can’t resist, to discover shots, details and perspectives that can be an inspiration for their outdoor greenery.