Big-Bag by Giulio Manzoni is a sofa you can reconfigure and reinvent according to your fancy, thanks to its backrest consisting of self-supporting cushions, with a practical handle in natural leather, simply laying on the seating surface and appropriately balanced to provide the right support.
No complications, maximum freedom of use: a sofa and a single bed always at your disposal. If needed, you can obtain a large island or a comfortable double bed.
With Code, Giulio Manzoni has applied a new type of transformability: the pouf that becomes a table, a proper 80x80 cm table with variable adjustments, which can be used to complement the sofa (the
Emanuele Magini designed this chair, and its strong iconic presence which fully reflects his poetic interplay between form and function.
A little sofa, with a discrete image, ready to become an emergency bed. With simple gestures it can bend in a light object which deserves little room.
In the ages we are living, the sofa can also be designed for a dynamic comfort use and configured on topical requests. Matali Crasset’s Dynamic Life shape dynamism distances from the complex mechan
The rigorous and minimalistic style of the convertible furniture designed by Sakura Adachi is back with a console balancing a sculpture-like line and a ludic appeal; a fold-out "secret box" reveali
With its linear and structured design enhances the basic form of this contemporary cozy sofa.
Vico Magistretti ‘s wood frame and cloth covered chair, showed in 1946 at the RIMA exhibition (acronymous for Italian Furniture Exhibitions Association) at Palazzo dell’Arte in Milan, is now being
Giulio Manzoni's high-generosity formula for Ritz, which features extra-large armrests, and a minimalist allure, softened by the tailored fabric and embellished with a satin natural aluminum base.
Emanuele Magini, who has already designed multiple iconic, high-impact products, keeps proposing solutions that break with tradition, with an eye to new needs and gestures.
In the past sofa beds used to be a solution that somehow meant renouncing style and comfort.
The coat stand, though an essential item in the home, has not often been the focus of authoritative designers.