Albino Family Marble
Albino Family is a series derived from the Albino Torch sidetable, designed in 2010 by Salvatore Indriolo. It is available in different sizes and finishes to add elegance both to living rooms and bedrooms.
Flower is the output of an exciting collaboration with two Masters of world design, born out of a challenge: to create an extendable round table that was beautiful both closed and open.
A shelf made of five different solid woods (walnut, mahogany, cherry, oak, and ash) is framed in a structure of extra clear glass, creating a trompe l’oeil effect of mid-air suspension.
The feature that sets Singles apart from other bookcases is its ability to stand in unusual spaces, such as room corners and, despite its visual lightness, to rest on a highly stable structure.
The perfect fit of six strips of solid wood is what characterizes Woodclock, a construction that metaphorically represents the perfect blending of daily tasks.
Sinapsi is a modular shelf inspired by the electrical impulses of brain cells.
Blend wardrobe features doors with evenly-spaced, thin sheets of MDF, that create a dynamic effect.
Coffee tables made with technical materials, unvarnished hard metal and ceramic for a post-industrial look.
Leon plays with an awe-provoking optical effect that underlies its salient feature, that is, a standpoint-dependent visualization.
Movement and flexibility summarize the emotional power of Toyo Ito, who in this sculpture-bookcase captures the design essence of Sendai’s media centre (Japan), which he designed and used as inspir
When design becomes a work of art. This bookcase with an intense and unique form embodies all the distinctive elements of the Quadror collection of tables and side tables.
Soft, sinuous and enveloping. Milady is inspired by the art deco line and has a timeless stylisation. The formal purity of the lines allow Milady to adapt to any environment.
The name and the X that distinguish the front of this chair are a clear reference to Charles and Ray Eames.
Tout Le Jour Chair
Tout le Jour, designed by Marc Thorpe, stands out for its elegant and minimal connotations, embellished by a careful and refined choice of materials.
Sienna is an enveloping and comfortable armchair. The wooden support reminds one of the Swedish style of the seventies.