Bulle family is composed of an elegant armchair, an upholstered bench and a dining table, all realized of stained solid oak wood. Characterized of soft lines, a contemporary and timeless aesthetics and details in dark bronzed metal to cover the legs. Bulle bench is completed with a seat and back cushion, covered with fabric and available in all the collection colors.
BULLE SMALL SOFA
The Bulle small sofa is made of solid stained oak wood and characterized by soft lines, a timeless aesthetic profile and
GOOD VIBRATIONS CABINET
The creative blending of styles paired with an innate sense of wittiness, lead to the production of furniture such as the Good Vibrations storage unit by Ferruccio Laviani
SILVANUS COFFEE TABLES
The pair of coffee tables made of solid cedar wood is characterized by a discreet aesthetic and a personal versatility.
The Archway table, designed by the Argentine designer Cristián Mohaded, is characterized by clean lines and harmonious shapes, a monumental presence
LUCKY STAR FLOOR LAMP
Solid mahogany wood floor lamp silver lacquered inside. Metal base and shade covered with velvet.
5seater fully upholstered sofa, covered with fabric. Stained oak tips.
The Bulle armchair, designed by Archer & Humphryes, is made of solid stained oak wood.
ATMOS DINING TABLE
Atmos is a round table, statuesque and sculptural, that designs a sublime alliance between tradition and modernity.
In the pair of Ciuffo chairs, produced in solid stained mahogany wood, tradition and contemporaneousness engage in a dialogue through the shapes a
(W)HOLE CHEST OF DRAWERS
Within the lines of the (W)hole commode, covered in mahogany feather band we can find the delicate and harmonious style of Louis XV so that the tradition if confir
FERNE OUTDOOR TABLE
Ferne tables collection concretizes its style in the turned base made of solid wood, that supports the square or round top.
Fratelli Boffi wins at the prestigious ‘Salone Del Mobile.Milano Award’ with D/Vision.1, trumeau designed by Ferruccio
For the collection, D/Vision, Ferruccio Laviani implements a process of decomposition and separation, on different levels.
The Martinica chair, designed by Leonardo Dainelli of Dainelli Studio, is characterized by enveloping shapes that capture the gaze.