Delfino armchair by Erberto Carboni is a significant example of the so-called "organic" furniture, which develops in the 1950s and draws inspiration from the forms of nature.
A sofa with a minimalist and rigorous structure, for a comfortable and, at the same time, decorative effect.
The hug, the friendly and welcoming gesture, seen more clearly in the "open - armed" of the armrests, is meant as a universal invitation: "come, sit with me a while and I will put you at ease".
The special form is inspired by a leaf falling from a tree, that becomes a symbol of comfort. It invites you to take a rest and relax.
Serenity, simplicity, materiality, modularity are some of the key words of Rendez-Vous.
arﬂex, always engaged in a constant work of research and realizations, presents 9000 by Tito Agnoli, a series of compact and variously articulated seats.
Seating system with a comfortable line, where its structure can be enriched by the manual weave of the cowhide, in order to give an elegant scene to the sofa.
The architect Cini Boeri tells that she was inspired by Christo Vladimirov Javasev's and Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon's works, masters in the art of landscape painting.
The extreme formal essentiality of these upholstered elements, designed in 1976 by the architect Mario Marenco, still makes them a very current model.
Supplì, designed by Luca Nichetto, is an inviting and elegant armchair; the soft and sinuous curves give off heat and embody a spatial anchoring, almost perfect for rest and relaxation.
Orfeo was inspired by Elettra chair, designed in the '50s for the first furnishings for offices and collective spaces.
Slow waves, rolling hills, soothing pulse: kind, soft, iconic - soft beat.
For the design of the “Threshold” screen series, Neri&Hu proposes a free-standing partition that plays with structure, materiality, and dimensionality.
Cradle's characteristic is based on the structure: a classical triangular construction, that is repeated several times around the models.
Symbol of comfort, Fiorenza armchair appears in Pirelli's 1950s advertisement as symbol of the foam rubber potential, considered at that time the most technologically advanced material used in upho