Gea [low table]
The Gea coffee table pays homage to geometric rigour. The texture of the carob coloured finish on the steel frames stands out thanks to the adjustable tops to which different sections can be added, chosen by stone oak, a thousand-year old fossil wood sourced from rivers, afrormosia or oriental grey brushed marble.
Suspension lamp with structure consisting of a tubular diffuser suspended by leather belts in three different colours: powder, anthracite and toupe.
A seat characterised by a shattering sculptural sign and a decisively free stylistic language.
Floor sculpture composed of white glazed ceramic modules with adjustable internal metal core. Available in two different heights.
The leather frame recalling a ribbon runs along the mirror and defines its design.
Mirror with or without lighting. The shelf is in canaletto walnut and can be accessorised with leather containers.
Polis is a city from above, a map that creates volumes and balances. Moulded in ceramics, it demands reflection, sensitivity and respect.
A precious treasure chest, a modern take on those pieces of furniture with an incorporated mirror.
A light and minimal trait that is evident in the highly elegant design and the combination of materials.
Kiri, from the name of the precious Japanese cabinet that, during the past, was brought as a dowry, originally made of Kiri wood.
Wood and saddle leather are combined to provide an unexpected tactile experience.
Mould-blown glass vase with a traditional Venetian decoration realised with a golden or silver leaf that, with blowing, fragments within the glass.
Separating element in solid walnut canaletto wood or lacquered in a bronze finish.