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. The fibre padding of the backrest gives coziness, the high backrest acts as a support for the head.
Light in shape and surprisingly comfortable, Norman is an armchair characterised by a tubular metal frame that tilts forward.
Styled with "Art Deco" lines and shapes, a shell where to relax and indulge, Hotel is one of Calia ltalia's everlasting classics.
Thanks to its wide and embracing seating area, Deliziosa guarantees an excellent ergonomic comfort. A stylish capitonnée workmanship makes it a classic evergreen.
A high or low backrest, a seat with softness guaranteed by feather padding and incomparable comfort, this is the identikit of Jacob.
Paride features a light structure resting on thin metal feet, combined to adjustable armrests and wide flip-up backs.
Macaron is a funny footstool, inspired by the French pastry of the same name.
U’Strozz (meaning ‘the rags’ in Materan dialect) is Calia Italia’s eco-sustainable footstool and it is made out of production scraps.
The Gianduia recalls the most inner part of a chocolate, that filling inside that we all enjoy: like a sweet melting cream, it features a semi-closed base and a lower, deeper soap-shaped seat.
Madame G, also available in swivel and storage versions, will mark the beginning of a collection that will give life to a ‘Madame’ for each country.
Capitonné upholstery enhances the Deliziante easy chair so, to become an icon of elegance, symbol of the artisan care for details that characterizes each product of Calia Italia’s collection.
The sliding backs and the sliding arms allow a considerable increase of the seating area so as to make the Toby wing a real “day bed”.
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.
Mater Familias is a collection dedicated to the role of women and the culture of Matera.