Dainelli Studio has designed a new collection of tables that recall former times. Paipu is a dining table of simple and decisive lines, available in round and oval variants. Its design recalls the high-tech architecture of the 70s,
Leonardo Dainelli from DainelliStudio designs the collection Public, consisting of chair and armchair, lounge chair and two-seater sofa.
The Quattro family, from the Italian-Japanese Mist-o studio, is a coordinated range of poufs and accent tables whose leitmotif is represented by the curved metal tubing of the base, which dialogues
The Twin family contains two mirrors of different designs and sizes that employ simple circular, oval and rectangular geometric shapes to embellish and update a traditional look with a sophisticate
Morgans designed by Leonardo Dainelli of DainelliStudio, the a wall bookcase..
Welcoming and protective, Gast is a floor sofa that was born from the creative mind of the Guatemalan designer Luis Arrivillaga.In the design of Gast, a soul of classic inspiration, typical of the
To give full voice to the skilful processing of leather by Frag, the family of accent tables Motif signed by Andrea Mancuso of design duo Analogia Project.
Cocoon is a lounge chair with footrest. The collection combines enveloping, harmonious, balanced lines with skilfully-paired materials.
Otis has classically inspired forms but its details and proportions carry it in a contemporary dimension.
The Blyn line, comprising a chair and an armchair, has the subtle elegance of clean, simple forms.
Michele di Fonzo has created Artù: the archetypal round dining table. With its impressive shape and majestic aspect, it is suitable for luxurious dining areas and elegant meeting rooms.
The French designer Christophe Pillet has created the new Clubby: a club armchair and pouf with rounded contours, inspired by the chairs found in Parisian fumoirs.
Elf is the new series of leather chairs designed by Gordon Guillaumier. The Maltese designer has masterfully produced one of our most popular pieces - the chair upholstered entirely in leather.
The elegant caress of the Otto bed, designed by Michele di Fonzo, interprets an aesthetic of comfort in a new concept of domestic relaxation.