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 appearance by changing the minimalist approach adopted for the overall design. This element is nothing but the front of a thin jewellery drawer.
Ellington is one of the five families of the sectional sofa collection designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba.
Sin features a simple and timeless design due to its lightweight and family character, which makes it suitable for any domestic or public environment.
Albino Family Marble
Albino Family is a series derived from the Albino Torch sidetable, designed in 2010 by Salvatore Indriolo.
Conceived by Orlandini Design in homage to Charles and Ray Eames, Ray chair has come of age as Ray Poltroncina (armchair). The arms in the original design have been enlarged to become armrests.
Simplicity is one of Tribeca's strengths. The comfortable sitting is composed of high-quality finely worked solid wood sides connected with cantilever beam on the lower side.
Ute mirrors can be hung horizontally, vertically or, in larger sizes, placed on the floor.
The Ripples bench by Toyo Ito, winner of the 2004 Golden Compass, has blossomed into a collection of different furniture complements.
Riddled front is the result of an advanced technological process, patented by Horm.
Leon plays with an awe-provoking optical effect that underlies its salient feature, that is, a standpoint-dependent visualization.
Coleman is one of the five families of the sectional sofa collection designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba.
The Anish collection of dressers and chest of drawers is characterized by drawers where the handle, formed by subtraction, functionally lightens the frontal appearance while declaring the compartme
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.
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
J-Table features a leg playing with asymmetric orthogonal lines that can be used as a bookcase.