Colibrì: lightness and balance for an extremely comfortable armchair.
Peanut B, Peanut B.X
Peanut B is a furnishing element able to give a note of softness and pleasure to the living area.
Rigorous volumes and measured proportions make Squaring a real bed-sculpture.
Rain, an elegant, graphic and sleek bookshelf which delicately explores the potential of visual perception.
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.
“Iconic, with an astral beauty, I hope, of an essential elegance”; designer Fabrice Berrux thus defines Circus, designed for Bonaldo.
Significant shapes and soft lines: Basket features a padded headboard which bends inwards, creating a reassuring refuge.
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.
An evocative name and an eye-catching table that plays with perspective for a unique optical effect.
An expressive, geometric line. A subtle, delicate frame that is solid and strong at the same time.
Doppler K Sideboard
Doppler K sideboard is perfect for a modern space, offering both orthogonal and irregular shapes.
The reference to nature in all its glory is what guided the designer Fabrice Berrux in its idea of the Anemone coat stand.
An original and fascinating object that, protagonist of space with its agile and dynamic presence, appears comfortable and inviting even from the first glance.
Formal sobriety and the balanced proportions are the aspects that characterise the Skid sofa.