Category: Tables and coffee tables
Pivot is a table with a strong personality, where the asymmetric elements of its base are enhanced by the skilful use of materials.
The Pivot table takes its name from the unusual shape of the base: the central leg of the acts as a pivot for the three legs which extend to the sides. The result is an asymmetric and highly original combination that makes a statement in the room.
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.
A chair with a great aesthetic impact, where the soft line of the seat meets the monolithic volume of the base.
An elegant design characterized by soft and romantic lines, which can be perfectly integrated in classic or modern spaces.
Peanut B, Peanut B.X
Peanut B is a furnishing element able to give a note of softness and pleasure to the living area.
A clear reference to the world of architecture, the Padiglioni table appears as a miniature version of a real life architectural pavilion.
The standout accessory in the living area: the Flame table, embodies cosiness and intimacy.
The Dogma bookshelves, designed by Alain Gilles, are an extreme expression of design language.
Cuff is a simple but sophisticated bed, characterised by masterful sartorial details.
The Aliante collection is a modular seating system that expresses, starting from the evocative name which means “glider” in Italian, the concept of fluidity and flexibility, seemingly without gravi
A large and enveloping design for Artika, a padded chair shaped with a dynamic and comfortable design that can envelop and embrace the sitter.
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.
Sculptural - as the name indicates - is both essential and functional, these are the charachteristics of the Sculptural TV stand.
Kaos: minimalist and modular booshelves which define the contours of the space they occupy.