With Daily, Jun Yasumoto, together with Colos, tackles a classic industrial design theme: the wooden seat and backrest joined together and supported by a metal frame.
This design is styled on traditional '20s cafe seating, sporting comfortable, balanced shapes that merge traditional design and modern production, while standing up to the elements.
Torre recreates harmony between primitive geometries like the circle and more elaborate shapes, like the series of curves that form the backrest and supporting structures
With Momo Net, the Momo collection becomes lighter and more transparent and even more suitable for outdoor use.
With its all-metal construction, Villa combines classic lines with a contemporary look.
Split is an innovative chair in both its lines and manufacture: the shell and base are made from the same synthetic materials, but have a different composition.
The Stecca collection is an extended line catering to all manner of requirements, for public premises or domestic spaces, equally at home in indoor and outdoor settings.
With the distinctive design of their tubular steel frame, the TA tables are immediately recognizable.
As the name suggests, the letter PI from the Greek alphabet inspired the design of this multi-purpose element.
The Stato table - a minimalist interpretation but with a nod to a classic design - has been designed as a versatile and elegant option for public settings.
The VU tables get their name from the distinctive conformation of their frame, which takes the shape of an inverted letter "V".
The lines of the metal tubular section, which give the frame and backrest their shape, make this an immediately recognizable piece and a perfect fit in private or public settings.
the Alfiere table is the ideal choice for the hospitality industry, though it also sits well in homes wanting to recreate a bistro atmosphere.