The return to rigorous volumes, to the orthogonality of the lines, to the beauty of minimal shapes defines Domus, which thanks to modular nature makes possible each kind of personalisation.
Refined vases and bookends: made by combining different marbles, they can be broken down into decorative elements.
Rocking seat with birch plywood structure with the possibility of adding a saddle to the seat.
Comfortable seat with backrest characterised by vertical stitching inspired by the world of fashion and the haute couture.
Frame [small table]
Wood and saddle leather are combined to provide an unexpected tactile experience.
Sculptural and monumental the Amadeus table reveals in the research of details an unexpected formal poetry.
From the Greek γαια, meaning “the earth", GEA celebrates the beauty and openness of outdoor living.
Geometric lines, formal abstraction and simple details, while still retaining a minimalist decorative language.
Characterised by a system of doors in elegant grooved wood with a bold decorative motif, Charlotte is an architecturally-inspired design.
A tribute to Elsa Peretti, this armchair is the result of an alternation of volumes and empty spaces, of opposing forces.
The sleeping area overcomes the traditional concept of bedroom in order to become an intimate space wholly dedicated to ourselves.
Fluid, light and elusive shapes characterise Amiral mirror, molded in ash wood.
Poker cards illustrated by the artist Roberto Cambi inside a precious case.