Soft lines, smoothed corners, perfect curves, fundamental elements to experience. The smart cushion together with the padding in both Gellyfoam® and goose feathers results in an extreme comfort.
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.
Precious like an embroidery. Protective like a nest. Impressive, important and at the same time visually light, thanks to the polycarbonate.
Coffee tables with alabaster top and irregular and jagged edges because they are cut by the crude “egg” of the mineral, available in different heights and colors.
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 mosaic of mirror shards characterizes this table with irregular top, available in different sizes.
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.
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.
An original typology of sofa contained in only fourteen centimeters of depth, that renews the traditional concept of sitting, and multiplies performance.
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®.
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.
Light and color spun by the artist Jacopo Foggini in this outdoor and indoor armchair.
Large hanging wall mirror, suspended from above with a wall mount that keeps it distant from the wall, for major emphasis.
Chair with armrests, entirely handmade in polycarbonate. The stem is black. The petals of transparent and soft hues.
Its beauty lies in the choice of natural materials and the apparent simplicity of construction.