Charleston is part of the complements designed by Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini to accompany the Horm modular sofa collection they designed. Chromed metal frame. Glossy or matt lacquered top.
Charleston is available in three versions: console, high and low.
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
The linearity of the Gill mirror is provided by its minimal frame and convenient aluminium shelves that make the collection suitable for every room of the house.
One might say that Horm dances the twist rhythm with the Burtscher & Bertolini hanger. Indeed, the eight beech slats in its structure bend and twist as if they were dancing.
Barbara is a table with an oval or round top in emperador or marquinia marble and a central concrete base.
The hallmark of Mario Botta’s architecture, characterized by purely geometric and cleverly interconnected volumes, is clearly visible in the Charlotte chair.
The perfect fit of six strips of solid wood is what characterizes Woodclock, a construction that metaphorically represents the perfect blending of daily tasks.
Leon Decor is a glossy or matt lacquered sideboard whose doors are decorated with inserts of canaletto walnut or natural oak.
Albino Family Wood
Albino Family is a series derived from the Albino Torch side table, designed in 2010 by Salvatore Indriolo.
The ‘93-’08 bookcase features a solid wood structure that never breaks the MDF shelves flow nor resorts to backs. The result is a composition of great visual lightness and excellent stability.
Polka Dots blends the minimalist graphics and formal rigour evoked in the Za-Koenji theatre in Tokyo.
Creativity and innovation come together in a luminous sculpture constructed with a 2-mm wooden material, laser etched, and folded in an origami-like fashion, thanks to a complex technological proce
Tout Le Jour Lounge
Tout le Jour, designed by Marc Thorpe, stands out for its elegant and minimal connotations, embellished by a careful and refined choice of materials.
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.
Cherish Lounge is part of a project designed by Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini to create a dialogue between their collection of modular sofas designed by them and other iconic Horm proposals