Its beauty lies in the choice of natural materials and the apparent simplicity of construction. Without any internal frame, this armchair is in reality the result of a week of work and great manual expertise.
A mosaic of mirror shards characterizes this table with irregular top, available in different sizes.
Mirror coating and pure volume make it almost “immaterial”. It adapts to any environment, classic or contemporary, blending in and increasing the prospect thanks to its reflexes.
Nine cushions that resemble powder puffs attached to an invisible metal tube frame.
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.
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.
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 table in alabaster, lit as the full moon. The edge is carefully polished, the gaze is captured by its veined, natural surface.
Play of light and see-through for this chair. The seat and back are formed by a precious handmade embroidery in polycarbonate.
Endless plays of light and incredible shining reflections with this hanging lamp. The “bell” is made up of hundreds of sheets of aluminum, laser-cut into irregular shapes and affixed by hand.
It is a nest of “coral” with irregular wide seat, formed by the weaving of stainless steel wire bent by hand, a work of such complexity to require an entire week.
Delicate in appearance, in the shape of a lily, the chair hides a solid frame of molded steel. The padding gives it soft warmth, accented by velvet covering like the petals of a flower.
SOFA' GRAN KHAN
This version, with a leather cloak thrown over to cover it, alludes to the makeshift beds in the Mongolian tents.
Precious containers of different sizes, tall or low, with doors and chest of drawers. The internal structure is of wood lacquered with special enamel.