(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 confirmed once more in an undeniable source of inspirations.
BULLE SMALL SOFA
The Bulle small sofa is made of solid stained oak wood and characterized by soft lines, a timeless aesthetic profile and details in dark bronzed metal as accessories to cover the legs.
Bleuemont, designed by Archer & Humphryes, is a rectangular upholstered pouf covered with fabric. Its dark bronzed metal base support the elegant blue seat.
For the collection, D/Vision, Ferruccio Laviani implements a process of decomposition and separation, on different levels.
TOULA DINING CHAIR
Among the new chairs we also find Toula, a dining chair that recalls the traditional style elements of alpine decor.
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.
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 front and aesthetically reinforced
LUCKY STAR FLOOR LAMP
Solid mahogany wood floor lamp silver lacquered inside. Metal base and shade covered with velvet.
LUI 5/A ARMCHAIR
Lui 5 by Philippe Bestenheider stands within the iconic pieces Fratelli Boffi has presented throughout the years.
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
BACK TO BACK SOFA
The distinctive trait of the Back to Back project – sofa designed by Nigel Coates – lies in the alternating of an elegant style and an innovative design.
RUKA HIGH STOOL
Ruka is an high stool inspired by the typical bistro chairs whose proportions are enhanced by varying thicknesses; in the skillful woodworking and in the materials, Ruka is supported by streamlined
The Martinica chair, designed by Leonardo Dainelli of Dainelli Studio, is characterized by enveloping shapes that capture the gaze.
For the D/Vision collection, Ferruccio Laviani implements a process of decomposition and separation, on different levels.