An original typology of sofa contained in only fourteen centimeters of depth, that renews the traditional concept of sitting, and multiplies performance. Its versatility offers new expressions of relaxation.
This chair is the unique result obtained from a completely manual process. The oversized upholstery creates different ripples every time for an armchair with unique and evocative graphics.
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.
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 soft embrace but also movement to the nth degree. Adaptable to the users’ desires.
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.”
An icepack as a base. A bear lying on its side as a backrest. The seat is covered with a special fabric that recalls the ice layers.
It is a point of union between rigid and flexible, this chair molded in polyurethane with an internal metal frame.
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.
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.
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.
A mosaic of mirror shards characterizes this table with irregular top, available in different sizes.
Inspired by the dynamics of a musical movement, it has a unique and irregular shape.
SOFA' GRAN KHAN
This version, with a leather cloak thrown over to cover it, alludes to the makeshift beds in the Mongolian tents.
Light and color spun by the artist Jacopo Foggini in this outdoor and indoor armchair.