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.
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.
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.
Elegant and convenient, thanks to the "intelligent" cushion used for the backrest that can be molded in any direction. Versatile and pure. Timeless, a contemporary classic since its birth.
It is a large woven nest. A soft embrace. An invitation to explore different positions lying between its pillows.
It is a soft embrace but also movement to the nth degree. Adaptable to the users’ desires.
Nine cushions that resemble powder puffs attached to an invisible metal tube frame.
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.
Precious like an embroidery. Protective like a nest. Impressive, important and at the same time visually light, thanks to the polycarbonate.
Play of light and see-through for this chair. The seat and back are formed by a precious handmade embroidery in polycarbonate.
Precious containers of different sizes, tall or low, with doors and chest of drawers. The internal structure is of wood lacquered with special enamel.
A table in alabaster, lit as the full moon. The edge is carefully polished, the gaze is captured by its veined, natural surface.
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.
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.”