Category: Cabinets and containers
The Dogma bookshelves, designed by Alain Gilles, are an extreme expression of design language.
The idea behind these bookshelves is that of playing with shapes and juxtaposing different modules to create a variety of visual effects. The Dogma bookshelves are designed around a basic element, namely the tear-drop-shaped uprights which change the visual perception. The design thus becomes rounded and soft or sharper and narrower depending on the angle from which it is viewed. The Dogma collection has three different modules which can be combined at will. They feature different spacing between the uprights, which when placed side by side, allow different combinations to be created. The Dogma bookshelves can be placed along a wall or free-standing in the centre of the room acting as a partition between two areas.
A clear reference to the world of architecture, the Padiglioni table appears as a miniature version of a real life architectural pavilion.
Pivot is a table with a strong personality, where the asymmetric elements of its base are enhanced by the skilful use of materials.
Cuff is a simple but sophisticated bed, characterised by masterful sartorial details.
A large and enveloping design for Artika, a padded chair shaped with a dynamic and comfortable design that can envelop and embrace the sitter.
Sleek is an armchair with a discreet, harmonious and rational design, an example of architecture aiming at comfort.
A chair with a great aesthetic impact, where the soft line of the seat meets the monolithic volume of the base.
The Art table is the expression of a clear and rational design intuition, like the geometric shape which inspired the designer.
Olos is a bed with great personality that stands out for its contemporary elegance and purity of forms.
The standout accessory in the living area: the Flame table, embodies cosiness and intimacy.
In the Mellow table, two opposing elements embrace in a sinuous curve to create an apparent volume in a perfect play of equilibrium.
Alternating between solid and empty spaces, Harpe coffee tables are the ideal choice to combine the functionality of a table top with the beauty of an elegant design.
Youpi is a hymn to conviviality and the joy of being together. Seen from behind, the profile calls to mind the image of a stylized human figure, ready to welcome you in a comfortable embrace.
The sculptural use of volume of balance creates a sense of dynamism emphasised by the slanting legs.
Big Table is indicative of the Bonaldo style and of contemporary design itself.