An extensive family of extremely versatile tables, coffee tables, side tables and cabinets, Fly is a genuine expression of the kind of “good design” upon which the entire Flexform collection is built. Purity of design, along with amazing practicality and the variety of finishes and sizes available, make Fly products synonymous with extreme versatility. The unique metal base of the Fly tables comes in chrome, burnished, black chrome or champagne finish, while the top – available in round, oval, square and rectangular shapes, in a number of different sizes – comes in Canaletto walnut or ash, stained in a number of shades, or in various types of marble.
The Zefiro dining table, with its light, contemporary vibe, now comes in an outdoor version, in a host of sizes and finishes that underscore its incredible versatility. The sleek cast-aluminum legs
Every constructive detail of the Tessa armchair is a clue to the great complexity that lies behind its seeming simplicity.
The Gatsby armchair blends elegance and comfort in equal measure. Protectively enveloping, it expresses the ideal union between technological materials and couture craftsmanship.
An all-around accessory, the Bangkok ottoman is available in two sizes and, thanks to its sophisticated construction and practicality, is confidently at home in any room in the house, from the livi
The elegantly tapered legs of the Pico dining table lend it fluid dynamism and a clear sense of visual lightness.
The Gregory seating system further expands its modular options through a series of new pieces, distinguished by their impressive size, that can be assembled into generously proportioned arrangement
The allusions to tradition in the Joyce chair and armchair are clear. Their lines achieve the perfect balance between design and classicism.
The Echoes Outdoor family calls to mind echoes of other seemingly contrasting times and cultures – Mediterranean and Scandinavian, both rustic and delicate, déjà vu and yet, timeless.
A small family of seating elements with big personalities calls to mind echoes of other seemingly contrasting times and cultures – Mediterranean and Scandinavian, both rustic and delicate, déjà vu