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.
Diy is a puzzle consisting of walnut wood and methacrylate tiles contained in a precious wooden box.
A seat characterised by a shattering sculptural sign and a decisively free stylistic language.
A light and minimal trait that is evident in the highly elegant design and the combination of materials.
A collection of armchairs and sofas seating two and three, with a minimalist and formal line.
Suspension lamp with structure consisting of a tubular diffuser suspended by leather belts in three different colours: powder, anthracite and toupe.
A precious treasure chest, a modern take on those pieces of furniture with an incorporated mirror.
The sleeping area overcomes the traditional concept of bedroom in order to become an intimate space wholly dedicated to ourselves.
The transparency of onyx or that of white crystal, which once illuminated reveal the magic of the most extraordinary natural textures, is the main feature of the GEA lamp.
Bilqis vases recall the charm of the Queen of Sheba: in the aridity of the desert, a trunk full of sprouts and beauty stands out.
Floor sculpture composed of white glazed ceramic modules with adjustable internal metal core. Available in two different heights.