Ergonomic armchair for relaxation and waiting areas. Convenient, comfortable and innovative in its timelessness. The wooden base supports the ergonomic structure and has a strong Scandinavian appearance. Essential and timely design: the anatimic body is thickly padded.
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
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.
Riddled front is the result of an advanced technological process, patented by Horm.
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.
Blend wardrobe features doors with evenly-spaced, thin sheets of MDF, that create a dynamic effect.
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 name and the X that distinguish the front of this chair are a clear reference to Charles and Ray Eames.
A true work of art, it consists of an aluminium frame and five stora units made of origami-folded 2-mm wooden sheets thanks to a complex and patented technological process.
The Anish cabinet collection features doors where the handle, formed by subtraction, functionally lightens the frontal appearance while declaring the compartments’ composition.
A table of simple and elegant design, also suited for cramped environments, where it can be extended at will in a few seconds using the 80 cm supplied extension.
Albino Family Marble
Albino Family is a series derived from the Albino Torch sidetable, designed in 2010 by Salvatore Indriolo.
Albino Family Wood
Albino Family is a series derived from the Albino Torch side table, designed in 2010 by Salvatore Indriolo.
A simple yet elegant cupboard where Horm’s hallmark is perfectly recognizable in a minor ingenuity, that is, a front insert of a part of Toyo Ito’s famous Ripples Bench, which characterizes its app
Leon plays with an awe-provoking optical effect that underlies its salient feature, that is, a standpoint-dependent visualization.