How about a new way of spending your spare time relaxing comfortably in total wellbeing. Warm, oversize, upholstered with large cushions. The version with decò covers inremovable fabric or leather really distinghishes this line.
Its seat has a dynamic, unstructured shape that dates back to the 50s beautifully harmonising with the contemporary style of any place devoted to hospitality.
Arlon is occasional furniture with a minimalist design featuring a square cross-section metal structure that matches the base of the sofa with the same name.
The Yori coffee table is inspired by delicate, traditional Japanese bonsai trees. Its frame consists in a matt bronze or gold metal pole fitted with two irregular-shaped shelves.
A freestanding sofa designed for moments of togetherness: self-bearing and adjustable backs with a linear or curved shape can be positioned as desired to guarantee perfect comfort no matter the for
An extraordinary sample of hand-quilted work enhanced by rigorous volumes and by the roll cushion backrest that can be positioned at will, Rollking is the traditional sofa with its classical design
The Nest Soft armchair pampers you in a soft and comfortable shell raised off the floor on a light, metal structure finished in matt gold or bronze.
These occasional tables, reminiscent of a tree stump, are inspired by nature: metal, cylindrical shapes with a marble or wooden top.
An enveloping, soft and fun-loving swivel island made for exquisite relaxation. The version covered with two-tone fabric is decidedly original.
Born in 2002 from the relationship between dimensions based on the multiples and submultiples of the number three, eighteen years later Kubic is presenting new module sizes and elements for seats a
Not just a big swivel armchair but a cozy nest where to indulge in fluffy pillows and wrapping.
Utmost freedom of arrangement thanks to backs and armrests that can be positioned at will make for an original and distinctive seating system.
Frames Sabi are in matt bronze with a finish in relief and their geometric shapes remind one of the concept of Sabi, typical of the Japanese culture to identify opposites.
Arlon offers freedom of arrangement and flowing lines with two different armrests ready to embrace soft cushions: one features a decidedly slim design while the other is plush and functional.