Coro came into being at the end of 2002 with the aim of making a place for itself in the still little-developed outdoor furniture design market.  The impact of Coro’ s presentation to the press was immediately positive, the quality of the imaging and the expression of the company philosophy receiving universal applause.

Coro is first of all an idea: our motto is time to live in freedom; that is our concept of furnishing.
We would like to create objects that invite us to look at the world from a new, incredible, perspective to give form to the pleasure of living.
Each object is a different expression of beauty; it is a piece of furniture in the real sense of term. Lightness of elements, minimalist forms and harmonic proportions, this is what we aim at.
The first collection, designed by Stefano Gallizioli, was a complete concept, from seats to BBQ.
In 2006 he presents Nest a collection of sofas intended for outdoor use. The variety of elements and dimensions allows to customise any area.
Afterwards the company hails the projects of James Irvine with the Zeta collection.
Starting by Gala Wright Coro begins a co-operation with young designers as JoeVelluto.
Ilaria Marelli presented Cocotte at Milan Salone 2013, a soft and funny armchair which emphasizes the playful look. Matteo Nunziati at Milan 2014 developed Sabal, a range of sofas a product not just as separate item but in the context of its relationship with the surrounding and multiple functions of the outdoor.

Since 2002 Coro has followed a coherent and dynamic entrepreneurial strategy based on research and experimentation which has led the company to establish itself as an international reference in the world of