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.
Soft lines, smoothed corners, perfect curves, fundamental elements to experience.
Precious containers of different sizes, tall or low, with doors and chest of drawers. The internal structure is of wood lacquered with special enamel.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
SOFA' GRAN KHAN
This version, with a leather cloak thrown over to cover it, alludes to the makeshift beds in the Mongolian tents.