Edo is characterised by a painted metal structure. The armrest allows you to lie down comfortably and the presence of the tilting mechanism increases the depth of the model. The headrest contributes to the improved ergonomics of the seat.
With elegance and rigour side by side, this armchair gives unquestionable comfort.
Its thin structure houses soft cushions for the seat, backrest and armrests. Small sofa versions feature compact proportions to suit smaller environments.
The armrests together with the backrest create an embracing motif while the tilting backrest allows the depth of the seat to be adjusted.
The thin and enchanting structure of Art Nouveau is enriched by the capitonné workmanship, while the elegant external profile underlines the inclined shape of the shell.
The backrest and armrest of Gianduiotto can be freely positioned to allow multiple sitting positions, including vis-à-vis as well as a position for lying.
Light in shape and surprisingly comfortable, Norman is an armchair characterised by a tubular metal frame that tilts forward.
Macaron is a funny footstool, inspired by the French pastry of the same name.
Styled with "Art Deco" lines and shapes, a shell where to relax and indulge, Hotel is one of Calia ltalia's everlasting classics.
U’Strozz (meaning ‘the rags’ in Materan dialect) is Calia Italia’s eco-sustainable footstool and it is made out of production scraps.
Modula is made of elements of three different widths that make it possible to create infinite combinations.
With a Nordic style and 1960s inspiration, Poli features sober and essential lines.
A modular sofa, with eclectic upholstery and shapes. Available in a variety of different shapes, it can be placed anywhere and can be reconfigured according to any needs.
Equipped with manually liftable headrests, Nicolas is also available as a recliner or motion, that allows the seat to be extended by 40 cm, turning it into a chaise longue.