Bamboo silk carpet made with the technique of hand tufting.
A seating system that overcomes the traditional idea of sofas to offer a dynamic and customisable concept.
Separating element in solid walnut canaletto wood or lacquered in a bronze finish.
A harmoniously irregular set of gometric elements gives life to Scaleno, a squared coffee table: a combination of materials that gives an unexpected optical effect.
The meaning of the Japanese character Ensō, "circle", is rooted in Zen Buddhism: enlightenment, infinity, absolute universe.
Refined vases and bookends: made by combining different marbles, they can be broken down into decorative elements.
Comfortable seat with backrest characterised by vertical stitching inspired by the world of fashion and the haute couture.
The sleeping area overcomes the traditional concept of bedroom in order to become an intimate space wholly dedicated to ourselves.
A tribute to Elsa Peretti, this armchair is the result of an alternation of volumes and empty spaces, of opposing forces.
Sculptural and monumental, this cabinet reveals Giorgetti's cabinet-making tradition and the refinement of the forms in the research for details, without forgetting functionality.
The Shirley bench is a soft oval element contained and supported by a structure that recalls a ribbon.
The leather frame recalling a ribbon runs along the mirror and defines its design.