Internoitaliano is a system for the production of designer furnishings inspired by the Italian way of living, created by Giulio Iacchetti.

At the heart of Internoitaliano is a production system constituted by a network of workshops and manufacturing companies that embody the excellence in the Italian ability to create top-quality products. Internoitaliano, therefore, is truly a “fabbrica diffusa”, a factory network.

Internoitaliano objects enjoy a special status: they are happy objects, fruit of a 50/50 joint effort between the designer who designed them and the craftsman who lovingly made them.

Each object is, in itself, autonomous and versatile, able to take its place in a variety of settings as they evolve over time, little by little, affecting a household’s main rooms and garden.

The names for all of Internoitaliano’s objects are a tribute to minor Italians towns and villages, those that are rarely celebrated, but nonetheless are just as real and representative of a suffused and authentic national identity, except for a few items that were recovered from that rather large archive of “out of production” but that are still current and representative objects.

Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi‘s visual identity project for Internoitaliano is a tale of collage.

Objects, history, quality and “Italianness” live together in a metaphysical space, absolute, white, determined only by a thin line that deliberately avoids refering to a pre-determined lifestyle.

Objects accompanied by fragments, part of our domestic landscape, in other words things that “we always see but rarely look at” as a master of Italian graphic design, Michele Provinciali, said.

The logo – two words run together but respectively upside down, so it can read in any location in space – is further testimony that underscores a decisive desire for freedom, embodied not only by the objects, but by the entire philosophy of Internoitaliano.





Set of gardening tools in polished metal consisting of a hoe, a rake and a shovel. The set comes with a wooden base where they can be stored away when the job’s done.



A chair in solid beech wood that was inspired by the classic director’s chair and, with its pitched canvas roof, resembles a small house.



A watering can made of bent sheet metal and welded adopting one of the oldest handicraft techniques used by “lo stagnini”, a traveling handyman specialized in welding.


Living area furnishing accessories


The hanger element is the focus of the project, clearly referring to the iconography of an umbrella handle.



A chair made entirely of solid beech wood, it is inspired by classic Italian “osteria” (tavern) chairs.



Noci was designed as a night table, but it lends itself to be used in any o



Stool in solid wood modules. Substantially, the idea behind this project is to create a stool solely using wood turning.

Living area furnishing accessories


Tivù was conceived in 1990. It belonged to a family of objects called ‘Stones’, featuring an iconic image and a primary language that was square and monolithic.



Stool in solid wood assembled using simple joinery. The detail of how the legs are inserted into the seat is accentuated by their different shades of wood.

Low tables


Side table in solid wood.



A square or rectangular table with removable legs made of solid beech, which can match white laminate table tops of different sizes.



Modular bookcase completely handmade in solid walnut, constituted by two simple modules assembled without the use of screws or mechanical joinery that allow you to create a theoretically ...

Living area furnishing accessories


A small, upholstered piece of furniture conceived as a tribute to the city of Milan, its shape and texture recall the concrete bollards prevalent throughout the city that look like a “p...

Decorative objects


The hanger element is the focus of the project, clearly referring to the iconography of an umbrella handle.



This chair with armrests explains the simplicity of the design approach to this typology.

Writing desk


Made in solid oak, this writing table consists of a compartment that is fixed (instead of moving like the classic drawer) on which is placed a top that can slide freely, depending on the ...

Gift & Accessories

Sleeping area furnishing accessories


Everpresent in the canon of traditional bedroom furnishings, the valet stand has returned, reinterpreted in internoitaliano style.

Decorative objects


Ceramic flower vase. Its rounded shape is inspired by a typical Mediterranean fish, the opah.

Decorative objects


A sheet of aluminium, cut and folded in on itself, becomes a perfect fit for a magnifying glass: an eyeglass frame as a constraint, in the total simplification of this type of object — fr...

Decorative objects


Standard Terracotta vase, inspired by the archetypal forms of the classic garden pots.

Decorative objects


Ceramic flower vase. Its shape is inspired by a typical Mediterranean fish, sea bream.

Sleeping area furnishing accessories


Pillowcase with precious fabric inserts handwoven in Calabria.

Decorative objects


This handmade ceramic vase completes the successful collection of Mediterranean fish (sea bream, anchovy and kingfish). Its name is Onzo and it’s a snapper with an intense, blue-lavender ...

Decorative objects


Memories hark back to Italian kitchens of yesteryear, where pots and pans hang on the walls, as to show off the culinary skills of the hostess.

Decorative objects


A wrought iron cross constructed by bending and forging two square-section rods, subsequently joined together with an iron strap. Gera is designed as a wall-hanging for use in the home....

Decorative objects


Mirror with walnut frame. The corner treatment and the darker color for two of the four sides lend the mirror a three-dimensional effect.

Decorative objects


High Terracotta vase, inspired by the archetypal forms of the classic garden pots.

Decorative objects


Humidifier or vase in white ceramic of the shape of a small house. Object and function make reference to the archetype. The outcoming steam from the chimney suggests an idea of wellbein...

Decorative objects


Bowl in terracotta inspired by the archetypal forms of the classic garden pots.

Decorative objects


Ceramic single-flower vase. Its shape is inspired by a typical Mediterranean fish, the anchovy.