Equipped with a system for regulating the angle of the shade and a rotating structure that allows it to rotate through 360°, the parasol stands on a circular base that creates a balanced graphic motif. The shade is revolutionary: a fabric with micro-holes, with a piping in eco-leather, allows air to flow through while blocking the sun's rays.
Geometric lines, formal abstraction and simple details, while still retaining a minimalist decorative language.
The meaning of the Japanese character Ensō, "circle", is rooted in Zen Buddhism: enlightenment, infinity, absolute universe.
Table lamp with structure in natural or grey Canaletto-Nussbaum, enriched by the detail of the finger joint and base in gold calacatta marble.
The leather frame recalling a ribbon runs along the mirror and defines its design.
A folding small armchair in wood, example of technology and great originality.
The Otto pouf plays on the surprise effect: the seat reveals a removable, swivel table in painted steel.
A collection of armchairs and sofas seating two and three, with a minimalist and formal line.
Sculpture-object in white ceramic made with raku process or treated with metal oxide glazes.
Suspension lamp with structure consisting of a tubular diffuser suspended by leather belts in three different colours: powder, anthracite and toupe.
The enveloping lines of this armchair can be discovered in the simplicity of its forms.
Solid walnut poker box, lid by Roberto Cambi. Inside chips, dice, and cards from the Centotto collection.
A harmoniously irregular set of gometric elements gives life to Scaleno, a squared coffee table: a combination of materials that gives an unexpected optical effect.