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.
Winner of the Wallpaper* Design Award 2017 in the “Best Landing Pad” category, Drive ican fit any sort of requirement.
Solid walnut poker box, lid by Roberto Cambi. Inside chips, dice, and cards from the Centotto collection.
Tenet; a palindrome, which reads the same backwards as forwards, like the design of the desk's heads.
Sculpture-vase consisting of a twisted cylinder in Carrara and Nero Marquina marble.
Refined vases and bookends: made by combining different marbles, they can be broken down into decorative elements.
Table lamp with structure in natural or grey Canaletto-Nussbaum, enriched by the detail of the finger joint and base in gold calacatta marble.
Kiri, from the name of the precious Japanese cabinet that, during the past, was brought as a dowry, originally made of Kiri wood.
Apsara [low table]
Outdoor coffee tables in different heights with round, square or rectangular top.
Low table but also supporting element on the back of the sofa, Skyline enables free aesthetic and functional compositions.
The meaning of the Japanese character Ensō, "circle", is rooted in Zen Buddhism: enlightenment, infinity, absolute universe.
Referring to the cabinet-making tradition, Clamp recalls the craftsman's clamp and interprets it in the structure of the coffee table.
Elegance, clean lines and simplicity are the elements that characterize the authenticity of the Norah chair.
The Otto pouf plays on the surprise effect: the seat reveals a removable, swivel table in painted steel.