Seating that looks decidedly comfortable, which brings to life just as in a painting the very idea of ​​relaxation, something enveloping on which you can really let yourself go.

Design sobriety that is never the result of simplification, but rather a subtle search for balance. Quality based on selecting the best materials, careful workmanship, attention to detail, and ongoing research into technological innovation. A very special way to think up and produce our products. Diemme is all of this.

[ furniture to connect people ]

“Design and planning open up new perspectives on what an office space can be, where people can feel comfortable and free, just like at home. Creating the workspace of the future through design and comfort is part of our philosophy.”

Right from the start of our journey we have been developing a series of objectives aimed at improving people’s lives and preserving our ecosystem: from attention to ergonomics to the choice of chemically safe materials, from the reduction of waste to the use of recyclable materials, from the use of clean and renewable energy to the reduction of plastic packaging.

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Diemme’s Greek dealer, SATO, has chosen CLOP and SKIN chairs for the prestigious offices of the new Deloitte headquarters in Patras.

What does it mean for an architect to design a single-shell chair? And how can this type of product stand out within the current panorama of the furniture world? We asked Giorgio Topan directly, designer of KIRE and a great friend of Diemme.



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Thanks to Lemani Casa for choosing to rely once again on Diemme and thanks to Giulia Brutto of the Barbaro18 studio for the wonderful project.


by vocation

We have never officially inaugurated Diemme, it would be like saying: “Mission accomplished … job done … time to relax”.
It would end up numbing us, when instead, to our way of thinking, Diemme is a project in continuous evolution, which we smother with our our dedication every day. After more than twenty years of activity, we feel at home.


We met in 1985, we both worked in the upholstery trade, but in two different companies. Then we became colleagues. Over time, a relationship of deep respect and friendship developed between us, essential for embarking on any joint venture. On a cold winter’s day in 1995, after one of our long chats, we decided to join forces and give life to Diemme.