A distinct sofa. Normal, extraordinary, timeless. It is enhanced with what we call movable “smart” cushions, pliable to preference with slight movements to satisfy any possible desire for comfort.
It is a large woven nest. A soft embrace. An invitation to explore different positions lying between its pillows.
Light and color spun by the artist Jacopo Foggini in this outdoor and indoor armchair.
Flower shaped stool with slanted stem to form the bearing support. Contemporary design. Pedestal oriented diagonally. Soft and cozy seat for this elegant and comfortable “flower.”
Large hanging wall mirror, suspended from above with a wall mount that keeps it distant from the wall, for major emphasis.
Rose-shaped and as precious as a creation of haute couture. The “petals” are filled individually by hand to make the seat cozy and welcoming. The velvet covering recalls the petals of a rose.
A mosaic of mirror shards characterizes this table with irregular top, available in different sizes.
500 meters of rope waved by hand create the volume and the unique padding. A week of work and a high specialization are needed to create this wrap-around armchair.
Based on the Tatlin tower, this sofa deserves to be placed at the center of the space. A totem that suggests new ways of sitting.
A table in alabaster, lit as the full moon. The edge is carefully polished, the gaze is captured by its veined, natural surface.
Sofa with traditional size and shape. Great stability ensured by the steel frame mounted on steel bars. Padding constituted by a balanced mix of goose down combined with Gellyfoam®.
OUTDOOR COLLECTION A'MARE
A collection composed of chair, armchair, bench, sun lounger, coffee table and tables realized with pure polycarbonate sticks made by hand.
Elegant and convenient, thanks to the "intelligent" cushion used for the backrest that can be molded in any direction. Versatile and pure. Timeless, a contemporary classic since its birth.
SOFA' GRAN KHAN
This version, with a leather cloak thrown over to cover it, alludes to the makeshift beds in the Mongolian tents.
Nine cushions that resemble powder puffs attached to an invisible metal tube frame.