The Archway table, designed by the Argentine designer Cristián Mohaded, is characterized by clean lines and harmonious shapes, a monumental presence enhanced by the quality of materials but refreshed by the combination of the woods and the decoration which evoke the organic harmony of the world of plants.
RUKA HIGH STOOL
Ruka is an high stool inspired by the typical bistro chairs whose proportions are enhanced by varying thicknesses; in the skillful woodworki
Mons is an armchair with compact shape and sinuous lines designed following the same concept that has guided the creation for the Duches
For the collection, D/Vision, Ferruccio Laviani implements a process of decomposition and separation, on different levels.
The Snow sofa is completely made of solid sassafras wood, perfect for outdoor places.
Glade dining chair is inspired by the geometric lines and essential characteristics of some chairs from the fifties.
Versatile and contemporary console table in solid oak supported by a double crosspiece designed as an asymmetrical “Y”.
Geometric and basic lines delineate the design of Silvanus, a contemporary bench supported by a double crosspiece designed as an asymmetrica
SITLALI ROCKING ARMCHAIR
Sitlali draws its inspiration from the archetype of the English chair, the Windsor chair, a chair conceived at the end of the eighteenth century as a country furnishing and which e
LUI 5/A ARMCHAIR
Lui 5 by Philippe Bestenheider stands within the iconic pieces Fratelli Boffi has presented throughout the years.
ATMOS DINING TABLE
Atmos is a round table, statuesque and sculptural, that designs a sublime alliance between tradition and modernity.
FERNE OCCASIONAL TABLE WITH INLAY
The Ferne table collection materializes its style in the imposing and refined legs made of solid wood which supports the surface and it is a
In the pair of Ciuffo chairs, produced in solid stained mahogany wood, tradition and contemporaneousness engage in a dialogue through the shapes a
For the D/Vision collection, Ferruccio Laviani implements a process of decomposition and separation, on different levels.
Part of the Bulle family, all realized in solid oak, the table recalls the classic style elements of the tables with “X” legs, supported by a double crosspiece in