From the Greek γαια, meaning “the earth", GEA celebrates the beauty and openness of outdoor living.
Geometric lines, formal abstraction and simple details, while still retaining a minimalist decorative language.
Shirley [wall mirror]
The leather frame recalling a ribbon runs along the mirror and defines its design.
Characterised by a system of doors in elegant grooved wood with a bold decorative motif, Charlotte is an architecturally-inspired design.
A tribute to Elsa Peretti, this armchair is the result of an alternation of volumes and empty spaces, of opposing forces.
A light and minimal trait that is evident in the highly elegant design and the combination of materials.
A seat characterised by a shattering sculptural sign and a decisively free stylistic language.
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.
Table football in crystal glass and saddle leather, with knobs and players in pau ferro and ash wood.
Rocking seat with birch plywood structure with the possibility of adding a saddle to the seat.
Table lamp with structure in natural or grey Canaletto-Nussbaum, enriched by the detail of the finger joint and base in gold calacatta marble.