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Vesta is the name of the Roman goddess protector of the house and of its inhabitants, therefore
it is the most appropriate deity to represent symbolically the values of domestic.

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Vesta is at my place sounds like the intriguing title of a movie, but in reality it is the name chosen by Casa Valentina for her new brand of accessories and furnishings The creation of a new brand, with a name that stands out for its originality, comes from the desire to offer new product lines characterized by a high content of design made in Italy, able to make them unique and recognizable and to meet the various needs of the contemporary furnishings

Project #1

the signature that opens a series of proposals for Vesta is at my place is that of the well-known design studio Giulio Iacchetti, who signs a collection that marks the continuity with the established experience of Casa Valentina.

Project #1 is in fact a line of innovative roller blinds, available in a wide range of solutions and finishes, studied for the installation in horizontal or vertical windows, but also as partitions inside of the environments. Thanks to their design, they are real pieces of furniture.
A first result of successful that hits the goal to put the design in the foreground and that is just the beginning of a journey that Vesta is at my place is undertaking with great enthusiasm and planning.

Project #2

Alberto Zecchini, the architect who collaborated with Vesta is at my place for the creation of Project #2, has worked as a freelance architect since 1998. He has also pursued in depth research into lighting, specifically in the design of lighting, essential for the creation of our curtains.
“Exactly like wall shelves, the materials used are wood natural and whitened oak, Carrara marble, concrete grey and white and aluminum in several finishes.”

A system of elements – apparently
identical – is dimensioned as to become brackets for both roller blinds
and sliding curtains; a line governed
by the geometry and simplicity,
giving a sense of order that is pratical
and discrete, always conferring
elegance to the room.

— G. A. —

Exactly like wall shelves – which, in
the language of the building, are
protrusions and projections that
support other elements over the wall
– the materials used are wood, stone
(marble), concrete and metal.

— M. G. —

Here is a single object to be used in all
places and for different applications:
because the idea of ” domesticity “is
mainly to feel comfortable, thanks
also to the quality and leisurely
enjoyment of the rooms!

— L. B. —

Project #3

Vesta is at my place, trade mark of Casa Valentina, presents Project #3.
Designed by Anna Barbara, the collection Cornice defines an innovative concept of roller blinds for interiors. A new classic element that reminds of the plasters and frames of the historic architecture. The product helps to emphasize the windows, but also to create rooms into rooms. The classic finishes in stucco and gold combined with fine eco-leather coatings, wood and fabrics, make it a sophisticated product. The roller blind Cornice of Project #3 is a decorative element that design customized spaces, exhalting ceilings and windows with refined harmony.

Project #4

Transforming everyday objects into furnishings that combine practicality with elegance; colours and shades that make a design project exceptionally versatile: this is the theme of Project #4, the roller system designed by Fabrizio Cester. Almost unnoticeable once closed, the roller blind completely disappears into the ceiling, leaving only its unmistakable and exclusive design with clean geometric lines evident.

The company’s ability to adapt its products’ shapes, materials and dimensions to spaces being furnished has also led to alternative solutions that alternate the oblong shape of the housing, with a more incisive and functional linearity.

Project #4 means essential and refined lines that blend to create new styles designed to enhance both modern and classic spaces. This allows for countless combinations of colours and materials and endless creative options, giving the furnishings a special touch of elegance.