Bleuemont, designed by Archer & Humphryes, is a rectangular upholstered pouf covered with fabric. Its dark bronzed metal base support the elegant blue seat.
Fratelli Boffi wins at the prestigious ‘Salone Del Mobile.Milano Award’ with D/Vision.1, trumeau designed by Ferruccio Laviani nominated for the category ‘Best product xLux sector’.
SACHER SMALL TABLES
The round tables Sacher designed by Leonardo Dainelli of Dainelli Studio are characterized by two elements: wood and Viennese straw.
For the D/Vision collection, Ferruccio Laviani implements a process of decomposition and separation, on different levels.
For the collection, D/Vision, Ferruccio Laviani implements a process of decomposition and separation, on different levels.
SILVANUS COFFEE TABLES
The pair of coffee tables made of solid cedar wood is characterized by a discreet aesthetic and a personal versatility.
ATMOS DINING TABLE
Atmos is a round table, statuesque and sculptural, that designs a sublime alliance between tradition and modernity.
Bulle family is composed of an elegant armchair, an upholstered bench and a dining table, all realized of stained solid oak wood.
Geometric and basic lines delineate the design of Silvanus, a contemporary bench supported by a double crosspiece designed as an asymmetrical “Y”.
LUI 5/A ARMCHAIR
Lui 5 by Philippe Bestenheider stands within the iconic pieces Fratelli Boffi has presented throughout the years.
The Snow sofa is completely made of solid sassafras wood, perfect for outdoor places. Its removable seat cushions, divided into four parts, are covered with fabric.
The Bulle armchair, designed by Archer & Humphryes, is made of solid stained oak wood.
Versatile and contemporary console table in solid oak supported by a double crosspiece designed as an asymmetrical “Y”. Dark bronzed metal edge on top.
FERNE SQUARE TABLE WITH INLAY
The Ferne table, designed by Archer & Humphryes, materializes its style in the imposing and refined base made of solid wood which supports the surface and is available in different versions an
The Martinica chair, designed by Leonardo Dainelli of Dainelli Studio, is characterized by enveloping shapes that capture the gaze.