From the Greek γαια, meaning “the earth", GEA celebrates the beauty and openness of outdoor living.
A modular outdoor seating system where precious materials and indoor elegance take over the open air.
A light and versatile element that becomes an elegant fellow in the dining room and in the living room during convivial moments.
Wood and saddle leather are combined to provide an unexpected tactile experience.
The enveloping lines of this armchair can be discovered in the simplicity of its forms.
Referring to the cabinet-making tradition, Clamp recalls the craftsman's clamp and interprets it in the structure of the coffee table.
The return to rigorous volumes, to the orthogonality of the lines, to the beauty of minimal shapes defines Domus, which thanks to modular nature makes possible each kind of personalisation.
Sculptural and monumental the Amadeus table reveals in the research of details an unexpected formal poetry.
A tribute to Elsa Peretti, this armchair is the result of an alternation of volumes and empty spaces, of opposing forces.
Polis is a city from above, a map that creates volumes and balances. Moulded in ceramics, it demands reflection, sensitivity and respect.
Solid walnut poker box, lid by Roberto Cambi. Inside chips, dice, and cards from the Centotto collection.
Kiri, from the name of the precious Japanese cabinet that, during the past, was brought as a dowry, originally made of Kiri wood.