In Japanese thought, a word exists - yūgen - that expresses a deep, mysterious sense of the beauty of the universe. Yūgen consists of finding our place in the world and feeling completely part of the space in which we live, identifying with it. It is container and content at the same time, and its magic implies that space is never fixed but always open to what it could become.
Yūgen reminds us that we can live in harmony with the beauty that surrounds us, the space of our home. A home that for Visionnaire continues to take on the meaning of a place of happiness, a theater of everyday beauty, a sanctuary for our personal rituals.
Volare is the name of the new residential concept of Visionnaire, created to narrate a true philosophy of living and a sartorial approach to the production of unique objects.
Thanks to collaboration with the designers Alessandro La Spada, Steve Leung, Mauro Lipparini, Draga&Aurel, Studiopepe, m2atelier and Gupica, Volare is not just the development of a new collection of products, but also a design manifesto of the contemporary home, based on centrifugal thinking that starts with the content to formulate the container, moving from the individual to the space. In short, to design a dream home means knowing the innermost essence of its inhabitants.
WELCOME MEANS OPENNESS
A tribute to the collective dimension of living together not only with our family but with the outside world too.
FAMILY MEANS SHARING
An ode to the act of sharing time, emotions and spaces.
RETREAT MEANS INTIMACY
A corner for relaxation, harmony and personal care where family life gives way to an individual dimension of body and mind.
IN CONVERSATION WITH
A new project, an intimate dialogue with our creatives to discover the inspirations behind the Volare collection.