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.”
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.
Liquid like whiskey. Warm amber tones as the leaves of tobacco wrapped in transparent crystal. Each chair of the Jacopo Foggini Collection is a sculpture unlike any other. Timeless elegance.
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.
An original typology of sofa contained in only fourteen centimeters of depth, that renews the traditional concept of sitting, and multiplies performance.
Inspired by the dynamics of a musical movement, it has a unique and irregular shape.
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.
Extraordinary for its ability to play with light, assumes different shades and shines when placed near light sources. A welcoming molded shell, different all the time, with a rotating base.
Its beauty lies in the choice of natural materials and the apparent simplicity of construction.
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.
Large hanging wall mirror, suspended from above with a wall mount that keeps it distant from the wall, for major emphasis.
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.
ON THE ROCKS
Spacious and completely free of any rigid structure. The seats in Gellyfoam® and other foams, molded by hand, provide an amazing coziness.
A table in alabaster, lit as the full moon. The edge is carefully polished, the gaze is captured by its veined, natural surface.