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.
It is possible to create a very large possibility of proposals with a personal character, maintaining the aesthetical and functional point of view, that place themselves individually in very differ
Modular system designed around the classical geometry of the arch, employing from the beginning the disciplined use of the arch to create something more organic.
Carlo Colombo signs a large size and particularly comfortable seating system, inspired by the high peaks, but characterized by a great formal elegance.
Neptunia collection was designed in the 1950s, as a continuous line of Elettra's series, to offer a wide choice to design offices and public spaces.
We are at the end of the ‘50s: an interesting series of armchairs and sofas, designed by Roberto Menghi and called Hall, joins arflex collection.
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.
Algon is a series of armchairs with an embracing shape, that offers intimacy and privacy to the person they welcome.
Alba is a bookcase for displaying and containing, with exceptional compositional versatility. The shelves, thanks to the fixing elements with a single pin, allow to create round compositions.
The simple image makes the sofa reassuring in its contemporaneity; Lee is a modular seating system, that allows the adjustment to countless furnishing spaces.
Generous proportions and a friendly, soft, but still very architectural geometry defines the Tokio sofa collection.
To remain faithful to the principle for self-honesty, the design of this collection unveils its construction method.
At the end of the '60s, the architect Cini Boeri revolutionizes the furniture market with her model, that is now an "evergreen": the seating system Strips.
Two coloured glasses with different shapes, but complementary, create a play of transparencies.
Orfeo was inspired by Elettra chair, designed in the '50s for the first furnishings for offices and collective spaces.