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.
A precious treasure chest, a modern take on those pieces of furniture with an incorporated mirror.
Kiri, from the name of the precious Japanese cabinet that, during the past, was brought as a dowry, originally made of Kiri wood.
Fluid, light and elusive shapes characterise Amiral mirror, molded in ash wood.
A seat characterised by a shattering sculptural sign and a decisively free stylistic language.
Cuckoo clock covered in leather plus available in different colours with brass-finished hands and pendulum. Shell made of plywood with exposed parts in solid walnut, like the bird.
Low table but also supporting element on the back of the sofa, Skyline enables free aesthetic and functional compositions.
Solid walnut poker box, lid by Roberto Cambi. Inside chips, dice, and cards from the Centotto collection.
Geometric lines, formal abstraction and simple details, while still retaining a minimalist decorative language.
A folding small armchair in wood, example of technology and great originality.
Architectural surface in walnut canaletto wood that enables to obtain multiple patterns thanks to two directions of laying it.
The enveloping lines of this armchair can be discovered in the simplicity of its forms.
Table lamp with structure in natural or grey Canaletto-Nussbaum, enriched by the detail of the finger joint and base in gold calacatta marble.