Armchair in the name of softness. It is soft like a comforter and enveloping like a hug. It redefines the same idea of conviviality giving absolute comfort and relaxation. Innovative and original.
Its beauty lies in the choice of natural materials and the apparent simplicity of construction.
Inspired by the layout of the capital of Iraq, it resembles an industrial architecture model. The top is made up of hundreds of different extruded aluminum pieces hand welded.
Chair with armrests, entirely handmade in polycarbonate. The stem is black. The petals of transparent and soft hues.
It is a primary sofa, contained in size. It is “flexible” because, thanks to the “smart”cushion, it can be shaped to all possible uses. Its elegance transcends emotion.
Light and color spun by the artist Jacopo Foggini in this outdoor and indoor armchair.
Evocative and mysterious, this container conceals a central bearing structure.
Comfortable low-back armchair. The upholstery is available in soft leather or ecological fur. The processing technique and the choice of materials make every chair different from the other.
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Two smart cushions that can be individually tilted form the headboard, adding further comfort to the soft padding that covers the entire structure. Generous volumes. Maximum comfort.
A mosaic of mirror shards characterizes this table with irregular top, available in different sizes.
A splinter. A fragment of faceted glass with a thick, irregular edge. Available in various shapes and sizes. Series of glass tables with irregular, elliptical or round tops.
It is a polymorphic lamp. Sinuous and slender with very long legs. It is precious, coated with “pure gold.” It has a stem that branches out like a tree. It is an artistic lamp, a sculpture.
Large hanging wall mirror, suspended from above with a wall mount that keeps it distant from the wall, for major emphasis.
Soft lines, smoothed corners, perfect curves, fundamental elements to experience.
It is a soft embrace but also movement to the nth degree. Adaptable to the users’ desires.