The Sensitive Light Chair
Light and slender yet strong and sturdy. The Sensitive Light Chair is inspired by the architecture of Shinto shrines and temples: the seat and legs form a single structure made of bleached and anthracite gray beech wood that is carefully finished by hand. With a clean, elegant design and discreet presence, it reflects a Japanese aesthetic vision based on traditional oriental woodworking techniques.
In the Evolution version, the Combine monobloc kitchen is enriched with new solutions, creating more composition possibilities and more function modules.
IPE is a sliding opening system formed of double glass panels characterized by an extreme minimalist design.
Horizontal Sofa ēdition
A series of elements with square, straight, geometric lines.
This piece is inspired by the iconic Spanish Chair created by Danish designer Børge Mogensen in 1959 with a wood frame and leather seat: a design object destined to become a classic.
It is versatile in part because it’s functional, in part because it was created in different shapes and heights, and also because the top comes in several finishes: different types of marble, oak a
The prominent proportions of Alberese Wood offer a reassuring presence without coming off as bulky. It marks the 2021 evolution of Alberese.
The timeless Xila kitchen system marked an important milestone in Italian design as the first model to be offered with handle-free doors.