The name refers to Franco Albini and to his TN6 Cicognino, produced back in 1952. Albino features a metal structure on three legs, one of which continues over the support plate to hold an AC or battery-powered LED torch which may be freely positioned on the metal frame by means of a magnet. The wooden tray may de removed from the structure, thus providing a great flexibility of use.
A comfortable and enveloping furnishing which sets the style for the interiors.
Blend wardrobe features doors with evenly-spaced, thin sheets of MDF, that create a dynamic effect.
The Anish cabinet collection features doors where the handle, formed by subtraction, functionally lightens the frontal appearance while declaring the compartments’ composition.
While he was working on the construction of a frame composed of two intersecting surfaces, Dror stumbles into a fascinating discovery: the material, skilfully cut and combined together generates a
The originality and workmanship of its legs are the outstanding features of the Riddled table, which incorporates the notion of porosity found in multiple architecture works by Steven Holl.
Inspired by daisies, the Mamanonmama (Love Me, Love Me Not) collection is composed of five petals to be placed, together or individually, on a table or on the wall.
The hallmark of Mario Botta’s architecture, characterized by purely geometric and cleverly interconnected volumes, is clearly visible in the Charlotte chair.
Solaio wardrobes are made entirely of wood: a light supporting structure of slats, whose associated components are connected at right angles, creates a minimal albeit solid structure.
Albino Family Marble
Albino Family is a series derived from the Albino Torch sidetable, designed in 2010 by Salvatore Indriolo.
The name and the X that distinguish the front of this chair are a clear reference to Charles and Ray Eames.
QuaDror Sculpture is a piece of art born from the creativity of Dror Benshetrit representing with its geometrical forms the fil rouge of the collection QuaDror.
The Ripples bench by Toyo Ito, winner of the 2004 Compasso d’Oro, has blossomed into a collection of different furniture types.
Tide Comò reflects the style of its designer, Karim Rashid, who worked with various movements and dynamics in this project.
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.