Stone coffee tables
Ideally carved in stone, Stone are a triptych of small tables designed to match perfectly with shapes and colours of Ditre Italia products. Available both for the indoor both for the outdoor spaces.
Puppet is the new armchair designed by Stefano Spessotto that transforms a noble and loving gesture like that of the embrace into a piece of furniture.
Pacific: the organic armchair with curved lines and overlapping volumes designed by Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri.
Ditre Italia - Isamu table and chairs
Isamu is the collection designed by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti for the furnishing of gardens and private terraces, outdoor lounges of hotels and public places.
Eric is well-suited to different spaces in the home, from the bedroom to the living room, and the entrance to the dining room.
Inspired by Kali, the four-armed Indian goddess, the numerous sturdy legs on the “Cali” chair highlight the promise of stability.
A liquor glass becomes a precious object of high design thanks to the intuition and the artistic hand of Stefano Spessotto who, starting from an object of daily use, created the Hall armchair.
The Buckle carpet is a decorative item created by Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri, who conceives the floor as a foundation for any special space.
Tris coffee table
Tris coffee table is composed of three round tops that, thanks to a mechanism, rotate on themselves with a wide configuration possibility.
Sophisticated collection of indoor chairs with an elegant wooden structure and leather seat and back.
Ditre Italia - Avenue
Avenue is a sofa characterised by rigour enriched with a few, measured features.
356 Outdoor armchair
356 Outdoor recalls the design of the homonymous chair with particular enveloping backrests that surround the perimeter of the seat.
Rotund and dramatic. Qualities that make for an exclusive bedroom. The sculptural impact of this bed is best appreciated when it is placed in the centre of the room.
Lines and semicircles are articulated among themselves in a game of shapes and colors embellished by the decorative sign of the lacquered metal handle, which draws inspiration from the purist archi