Belt & Cross
The Belt & Cross poufs, were conceived as “brothers” with different personalities.
The Antibes collection, consisting of a dresser and bedside table, has a linear design and asymmetrical features that truly stand out.
Parentesi: is it a folding screen, a coat stand, a changing room or a hiding place?
A simple design and minimal size. Soft, rounded and welcoming shapes characterize the Tab stool.
The Art table is the expression of a clear and rational design intuition, like the geometric shape which inspired the designer.
The Kumo coffee tables are designed as support elements that are an assertive and elegant addition to the living space, positioned in the middle of the room or to the side of the sofa.
In the Acquerelli lamps, a palette of delicate colours enhances the hand-crafted workmanship of the blown glass.
An expressive onomatopoeia that recalls the sounds of cicadas: this is the image that inspired the new line of coffee tables by Bonaldo.
The name Octa comes from the Greek word “okto”, which means eight – the number of metal legs that intersect in an apparently random way to create the base of this piece.
An expressive, geometric line. A subtle, delicate frame that is solid and strong at the same time.
The standout accessory in the living area: the Flame table, embodies cosiness and intimacy.
An object packed with personality, Bon Ton is more like a hanging sculpture than a household item.
A versatile product that combines comfort, practicality and aesthetic appeal, capable of meeting the needs.