Momo 2 Net
MOMO 2 NET differs from the previous, due to the insertion of two comfortable armrests, which increase the degree of comfort and make it even easier to transport.
Alfiere tables, mostly meant for hospitality, are adaptable also to residential and commercial spaces.
SPLIT GL shares the same shell as Split, combined with wooden legs. These are adapted to the shell through an aluminium support which allows complete firmness and stability.
VESPER 2 is an elegant armchair to use not only in private and public spaces, but also suitable for workspace contract solutions, due to the ability of customising the colour in compliance with the
As the name suggests, PI letter from Greek alphabet inspired the project of this multipurpose element.
The technical feature of SPLIT, being divisible in two parts, besides its structural advantages also gives the chance to combine shells and legs of different colors.
C1 is almost more minimalist than its name: reduced to the minimum, its contours reflect the very basic idea of a practical chair.
As all other pieces of the collection, STECCA 6 offers the armrest option to the high barstool, giving this special product a timeless design.
STECCA 5 completes the seating collection with the high version of the barstool. The subtle and elegant crossbar allows a perfect stability.
The option of a round top with a limited size is not the only feature which marks out the STATO tables.
The SPLIT 3 barstools, available in two versions with seat height of 75 and 65 cm, complete the family, The shell of the original version is downsized to fit at best the proportions oft he higher f
SPLIT 1 combines the same shell of the original version with a tubular metal base of 18 mm thickness, available in chromed finishing or in a variety of stained finishings that match the shells‘ col
TORRE S is the base element of the chair, which becomes a handy little stool.
TA tables, with tubular steel structure, stand out thanks to the shape of their foot and the foldable top, which make them horizontally stackable.
The name VU derives from the distinguishing structure of these tables. In the version with square or round top, the four legs are in a radial pattern, allowing the use of tops sized up to 130 cm.